|May 28, 2007, 02:50 PM||#1|
removing bluetooth devices?
So how do I remove bluetooth devices from my bluetooth file transfer list? I have a few extra phones in there that I no longer use.
THx in advance.
|Sep 2, 2007, 03:35 PM||#4|
I have the same problem too! They show up under the "Browse Files". I don't have those devices anymore. How can I remove them? They are annoying me.
- Black MacBook 2.0Ghz C2D, 2 GB, 250GB HD, iPhone 3GS 32GB Black (MINE)
- Black MacBook 2.16Ghz C2D, 2GB, 160GB HD, iPhone 3GS 16GB White (HERS)
|Mar 27, 2010, 05:11 AM||#5|
Removing Bluetooth file exchange listings
This is a reply to an old post, but may help others with the file exchange listings
Go to: Home > Library > Preferences and locate the com.apple.bluetooth.plist
and the com.apple.fileExchange.plist and send both to trash "don't delete yet"
Remove your items from isync by highlighting each item then toolbar > delete
Go to your device and remove/delete the list to the Mac.
Add the device that you would like to currently use ( bluetooth set-up )
and re sync the device.
File transfer will now only show current device and no other, this works on 10.4 but it may be similar to 10.5 (worth a try) once completed delete the trash.
Hope it helps
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