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Unpair or remove Phone

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Hyundai AutoEver Admin MODERATOR Total posts: 24 Joined: 01/29/21
Ok, please try the following.

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Posted: 02/16/21 3:30:46 PM
K900 Pilot Total posts: 16 Joined: 02/09/21
yes, this worked, I was able to delete the old phone the way described in the pictures above. I have to say this was tricky, hidden in the “menu” I assumed “menu” goes back to the main menu. On the other car (2020 Soul) the “delete device” button is right next to the “ad new device” button. Thank you very much for your help, really appreciate it!
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Posted: 02/17/21 5:37:42 AM
Hyundai AutoEver Admin MODERATOR Total posts: 24 Joined: 01/29/21
You are welcome :)
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Posted: 02/18/21 1:26:05 PM
 

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