In most cases, your Bluetooth-enabled device contains a large amount of music, photos, and other important files. Sadly, if your pioneer avh-120bt doesn’t work anymore due to corrupted memory, you may not be able to access your files. The team at Wooster Audio will guide you through clearing your Pioneer AVH-120BT’s Bluetooth memory so that you can start over and restore any lost files.

For example, we are using Pioneer AVH-120BT Double Din as a model, and most pioneer touchscreen units operate similarly; the steps we will show you do not work; you can check the manual. You can clear the memory of your Pioneer AVH-120BT if you have problems connecting to your Bluetooth devices. To clear the memory, follow these steps:

It is essential first to ensure that the head unit is fully charged and that there are no obstructions between it and your Bluetooth-enabled devices. 

  1. First Press: Power/Menu button
  2. Now on-screen, you have to touch the Wheel Icon
  3. Now touch the Bluetooth icon
  4. Now you have to touch the ‘Menu item.’
  5. Find Bluetooth Memory clearly there
  6. Now give a single touch to Clear Option
  7. Now the pioneer avh-120bt memory is cleared
  8. Enjoy

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How To Connect/disconnect/delete Phones From Pioneer Avh-120bt

There are a few things you can try if your Pioneer AVH-120Bt head unit is not connecting-disconnecting-deleting phones. (Similar steps apply.)

  • Press: Power/Menu button > Wheel icon > Go to Bluetooth icon > Menu Item 
  • No, you will find Connect, Disconnect and Delete Options
  • You can check which you need one
  • Delete: The registered devices will be deleted here by touching the bin icon
  • Connect: Touch the name of the device which you want to connect 
  • Disconnect: From here, you can disconnect the device

How To Change Pin Code For Bluetooth Connection

  • Press: The power/Menu button
  • Go to the Wheel icon and then
  • Touch Bluetooth icon
  • Now you have to find the PIN Code Input
  • Now touch the 0 to 9 numbers (Input pin code from 0 to 8)
  • Default PIN code ‘0000.’

How To Auto Connect Devices?

  • Go to Power/Menu button > Wheel icon > Bluetooth icon
  •  Find Auto Connect > Select > ON
  • All done

What Do I Do If The Bluetooth System On My Pioneer Avh-120bt Goes Down?

In the event that your Pioneer AVH-120BT’s Bluetooth system malfunctions, you can try several different solutions. 

  • First, ensure your Bluetooth device is connected correctly to your AVH-120BT. 
  • Once you’ve verified that any updates or firmware updates have been installed on your AVH-120BT, ensure they’re up-to-date. 
  • Finally, try restarting your AVH-120BT and your Bluetooth devices.

I Have A Pioneer Avh-120bt And It’s Not Updating My Firmware?

I researched and found that this model is incompatible with Pioneer’s latest firmware. It is only possible to obtain the latest firmware by purchasing a new unit. Does a workaround exist for those experiencing the problem with their Pioneer Avh-120Bt? Your unit may not be able to connect to the computer if you’re using a standard USB port. A second option is to try using a different USB port. In the case that you are using an original Pioneer cable, you can also try using a different cable. If those methods do not work, it’s possible you will need to purchase a new Pioneer cable.

How To Clear Memory On Pioneer Mixtrax

Follow these steps to clear the memory on Pioneer Mixtrax with the assistance of Team Wooster Audio:

  • Go to Control Panel
  • Now  go to Memory Management tab (connected device will show here)
  • Check device which you want to clear and press clear all button

In A Nutshell - How To Clear Bluetooth Memory On Pioneer Avh-120bt

The methods on this blog will help you to remove Bluetooth devices from Pioneer double din head units, so if you have a Pioneer AVH-120BT or any other pioneer double din head unit, then our instructions will help you remove Bluetooth devices.

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