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Hi to all all the above solution to pairing your phone to parrot system don't. Work toyed them all
But this will work first
Turn your Bluetooth off on. Your phone
Now turn on the parrot sys go to settings
Go to pair devices were the old phones are still in the memory. You need to go to each one press the green button roll the menu button down
Till it shows you delete this phone press the green button
Do this till all old phone that were in the memo are gone then and only then do you turn on your phone Bluetooth and it will find the parrot sys it will ask you for a code
Enter 1234 and the phone is paired this will work as I did it this way to day
No green and red button pressed together or all three will etheir
So save your time and do it this way many thanks ;);)
The pairing code is 1234 but if the parrot has already had five phones connected to it then the other phones have to be removed from the memory first. Then you can pair it to the new phone. Oh, and be sure to change the keyboard to numbers from letters first or it will put in letters.
Go to settings/ pair with phone/ other phones. it will then give you the code to use, then search for new paired device from your phone, when it finds parrot, click pair and enter code shown on parrot screen. Make sure you delete all other paired devices from parrot first. instructions can be found at parrot.com