It turns out that there’s a problem with a recent update on this phone model. Apparently Bluetooth Scanning is enabled and this interferes with reconnecting to a paired device. The answer is to turn Bluetooth Scanning off (it is used for location fine-tuning it seems). If your phone is affected, go to Settings> Location> tap 3 dots> Scanning> toggle off Bluetooth Scanning.
I’m told that this issue is fixed in the imminent ‘Nougat’ Android update.
After my original Moto G got damaged, I bought an identical one and swapped my SIM and SD card across. I went to pair it with my ZOE, only to find that it was already paired. Is the pairing info stored on the SIM?
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