Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Something that is not paired: the opposite of pair.

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Examples

  • If your Nike + iPod Sensor runs out of batteries and you have purchased a new Nike + iPod Sensor, you may need to "unpair" your original sensor from your nikeplus. com account in order to continue uploading workout data from your new sensor to the same nikeplus. com account.

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  • Of course you would also interested to know on how to ‘unpair’ it incase you have changed the remote on a newer one.

    2007 February « oneduasan

  • If you ever want to unpair it, then tap on the keyboard in the Bluetooth screen in settings, then you'll see:

    Ask Dave Taylor!

  • They sent a tech out who tried different M-cards while having an operator over the phone pair and unpair the cards to the TiVo multiple times while sending hits to the unit.

    TiVo Community

  • By take a quick look at it, look at the bottom and you’ll see an option to ‘unpair’ your remote.

    2007 February « oneduasan

  • I’m quite certain that you won’t have to unpair your headset.

    dustbury.com » So sound the tone you know can’t fail

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