Every Android phone and tablet has a generic name that corresponds to the model (Pixel 5, Galaxy S20, etc.). This name appears occasionally when you connect other devices to your device. One simple thing you can do to avoid confusion is to change the name of your device.
A common situation where the name of your device can play a role is Bluetooth connections. Suppose you connect your phone to your computer, and when you search for nearby devices, it will show the name of your Android. If several people in your home have the same device, it can be confusing.
Then scroll down and select About Phone. Depending on your device, you may need to go to “System” before you see the “About phone” section.
Find the option “Device Name” and tap on it.
Or look for an edit button.
Finally, type in the new name for your Android phone or tablet and tap ‘OK’ or ‘Save’.
It’s that simple. Device names are not common in many situations, but it can still be useful to give yours a more specific name. Hopefully, this will help clear up any confusion when connecting devices.