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You need to turn on bluetooth on your phone shearch for devices then select parrot 3100 pass code 1234
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
I too had a similar problem and was unable to connect my 6301 to the parrot CK3100. After many frustrating attempts it suddenly dawned that the device had three other phones nominated as potential devices and i was adding a fourth, I wondered if this was a capacity issue and deleted 2 of the devices not currently used leaving only two devices. Bish bash bosh the 6301 paired without problem. From that experince I can only deduce that there is a limit to the number of devices it can cope with and now I now have three devices logged and everything works well . Hope this helps .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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