The pioneer Bluetooth radio is a great option for anyone who wants to stream music from their phone, but it can get a little confusing if you’re not familiar with how Bluetooth works. Deleting phones off of your radio would be annoying if you use a pioneer radio deck with pioneer-only/compatible Bluetooth equipment and have several phones paired. Well, it’s really easy to do with a few steps. You can also use this guide to delete phones off your pioneer radio if you want to start fresh and clear out your previous settings.
The pioneer Bluetooth Radio and its specs
The pioneer Bluetooth Radio is a powerful device that can be used to play music from any Bluetooth device. This makes it the perfect companion for your smartphone or tablet because you will not have to keep taking them out of your pocket or bag to change songs or answer calls. The pioneer Bluetooth Radio also has an auxiliary input that allows you to connect any other device such as an MP3 player, game console, or CD player.
The pioneer Bluetooth Radio has a digital display that shows you what song is playing on the front of the device so you can easily see which song is playing even if there are many people around. In addition, the pioneer Bluetooth Radio comes with multiple preset buttons that allow you to switch between different sources without having to dig through menus or pause your current song to do so.
The pioneer Bluetooth Radio also has an LCD on its face that shows you the time and date along with other information about the device such as battery life remaining and signal strength for your phone when paired with it through Bluetooth technology.The Pioneer BT-D8500 is a Bluetooth radio that can be controlled with your smartphone or tablet, and it has the following features:
- CD, DVD, MP3 and USB playback
- iPod/iPhone control
- Built-in amplifier with 30 watts RMS output power (50 Hz – 20 kHz, 4 Ω)
- Preset EQ curves for custom sound tuning (Rock/Pops/Classic/Jazz)
The price of this model is around $200 – $300 depending on where you look.
Step 1: turn on radio
Turn on your radio. Press the Sources button to cycle through all of your available sources until you find the one labeled “Bluetooth.” This is where you will be able to see any devices that have been paired with your pioneer radio.
Step 2: press “sources” button
- Press the “Sources” button on your radio.
- Press “Setup.”
- Use the knob on your setup area to navigate through settings until you see “Bluetooth Address Display/Delete.”
- Press to enter this section, and then use your knob to navigate through available devices until you find the one you want to delete (in my case, it was labeled “phone 1”).
Step 3: Press “setup” button
The first thing you’ll want to do is press the “setup” button. Once you’ve done that, use the knob on your radio to navigate through options until you see “Bluetooth address display/delete”. Press the knob again and select this option with it.
Now, use arrows and knobs on your radio to delete paired devices as needed—the address of each device will be shown on-screen as well as by its name if there is one (if not, only its phone number will appear).
Step 4: Press the knob on the setup area until Bluetooth is indicated
- Press the knob on the setup area until Bluetooth is indicated.
- Press to enter the Bluetooth area.
- Press the knob again to get to the “Bluetooth address display/delete” option.
Step 5: Press to enter the Bluetooth area
- Press the knob to enter the Bluetooth area.
- Press again to get to the “Bluetooth address display/delete” option.
- Press again to select this option, then use arrows and knobs to delete paired devices. The address will be displayed on your radio as well.*
Step 6: Press the knob to get to the “Bluetooth address display/delete” option.
Press the knob again to get to the “Bluetooth address display/delete” option. You will see a list of all paired Bluetooth devices on your system, from phones to other Pioneer radios. Use the arrows and knobs to select a device you want to delete from your system. The address will be displayed on the radio as well.
To delete multiple devices at once, press and hold down “Bluetooth” until all available options are displayed; then release for 3-5 seconds or until you are back in a regular mode where only one option is displayed at a time (or whatever mode you were using).
Step 7: Use arrows and knobs to delete paired devices. The address will be displayed on the radio as well.
- Press MENU to access the Settings menu and scroll down to System Setup
- Use the knob to select Delete Phone Data
- Use arrows and knobs to delete paired devices. The address will be displayed on the radio as well.
Delete phone from Bluetooth radio
To delete a phone from the radio:
- Turn on your radio and press the “SOURCE” button until BT is displayed on the screen.
- Press SETUP button to enter setup area of the menu system, then rotate knob until Bluetooth Settings is indicated and press knob again to go into this submenu.
- Press knob again to get to Bluetooth Address Display / Delete option (see photo). This will display all paired devices currently in your car stereo’s memory as well as allow you to delete them if desired (see image). If you wish only to remove one device, simply scroll down until it appears within the list of paired devices and then press ENTER button twice (once for each letter). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiaskh4Ku8s
The pioneer Bluetooth radio is a great way to add extra functionality to your vehicle. It allows you to listen to music from your phone without wires running everywhere in your car. It also has other features like being able to call hands-free or even text message someone while driving down the road.