I had been struggling to find any documentation on how to fix an error on my kenwood Bluetooth car stereo. Every time I tried to pair my phone the stereo screen would just flash “device full”. The solution to this is to delete the current stored devices from the stereo. Apparently you can only have 5 devices connected at a time, and if you ever “re-pair” your phone it stores as another device so I guess I had used up all 5 devices.
It was rather hard to figure out how to delete a device, since there were not any great or easy to understand instructions I wrote down the steps below. If you have been banging your head on your stearing wheel trying to get your phone to pair with your radio you are in luck, follow the 6 steps below and you will be enjoying pandora in no time.
1.) Hit the phone icon button on the radio (its right to the left of the volumn knob and it has a picture of a phone icon on it)
2.) Scroll the volumn knob till “settings” shows on the screen, then push the volume knob in to select device settings
3.) Scroll the volumn knob to find “paring” then once “paring” is showing on the screen push the volume knob in again to select it
4.) Scroll till you find “DVC Delete” then push the volume knob in to enter the DVC device list
5.) Find the device to delete, push volume knob, then scroll to yes and push in knob in to confim deletion.
6.) Repeate until unit is free of devices
Thats the steps it took to remove a device from my model radio which is a kdc-bt555u. Hopefully that helped you fix an annoying problem.
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