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I have the speaker and a usb/mini usb cable ..that's it. How do I make this speaker discoverable ~ bluetooth ? My phone or any other phone can't detect tthis speaker. What do I need to do to make speaker discoverable, do I turn it on HI or LO & search with my phone?

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SOURCE: bluetooth passkey for panasonic RPTR124132

The stock passkeys usualy will work 0000 1234. check in the manual it should show you the options but try thoes or 00000 12345 or just leaving it blank will work with some models.

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SOURCE: jaguar x type bluetooth

If your car has the Bluetooth phone option fitted (most models with the touch screen 2006 onwards do) You may get the message SIG instead of Phone connected.

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Hi, from the detailed explanation you have given so far concerning your BMW Z4M and your N97 mini coupled with the fact that you were guided by the BMW instruction on how to pair the car with phone, it seems clear the fault is from the BMW bluetooth if it is not getting to the BLUETOOTH PAIRING stage as you have said.
I will urge you to try and pair the car with another bluetooth enabled phone and let us see what the result will be like. If it other phone does not get to the BLUETOOTH PAIRING stage just like it did with the N97 mini, that will certainly confirm my notion about the BMW bluetooth problem, but if you successfully pair the other phone with the BMW and the N97 mini is still not pair-able, then there is a compatibility issue between the BMW and you N97 mini. Which means you have to see a BMW dealer to rectify it....

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