Question about Tomtom GO 720 GPS Receiver
I have a go720 and a kyocera lingo phone i done the bluetooth sync and it also asked for a passcode like you. i typed in 0000 and it worked fine
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
This is more an issue with your phone service provider than it is with the Go 730. You may have previously set a password for your phone's Bluetooth feature. If you can't remember it, you should be able to troubleshoot over the phone with your service providor's customer service, or just take it into a store to get the info back. Once that's fixed, you should be able to pair with your 730 without a problem
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Turn on the Bluetooth device that you would like to sync to by pressing and holding the multifunction button on the device until the blue light turns on.
Navigate on your Vr3 phone through the main menu to "Settings," "Bluetooth," "Handsfree" and "New Device."
Click on the name of your Bluetooth device and enter the default passcode for the device, which is "0000" for Motorola devices.
Click "Connect" and your Vr3 will be synced with the passkey to the Bluetooth device.
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