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After some digging around and some questions in IRC someone pointed out that these connections come from paired bluetooth devices. Simply running: bluetoothctl Brings up a list of all paired bluetooth devices, running: remove MACADDRESS Removes the device described by MACADDRESS (simply copied from the results in bluetoothctl).
It doesn't work as that's one of the default gnome-shell shortcuts. So gnome-shell actually grabs it even if you set it to execute some custom action. You'll have to remove it first from the default shortcuts list - easiest way is via terminal with gsettings: gsettings set org.gnome.shell.keybindings toggle-message-tray "['<Super>v']" alternatively, ...
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