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The GPS device should have a numeric passcode to do the pairing such as 0000 or 1234 - this should be displayed on the GPS device's screen. Using your phone, click on the recently discover GPS device and it should ask you to enter the passcode - the one displayed on the GPS. After entering the passcode and most likely pressing accept or something similar, the pair should be initiate and we should receive a message on the phone said it was completed. The above solution might vary slightly based on the model of your phone and the GPS device.
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