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oh..............!! you can try 1111 on your pc first......then the cnnect your mobile to the pc and when they ask for the pass code in your mobile type the same (that is 1111)........this is my suggestion...you keep trying it.....thats what i did......if you are lucky you problem is solved.
Your "Passcode" is setup when you "Pair" with another Bluetooth appliance.
e.g If you want to connect to your friends phone via bluetooth to send a picture you would send via bluetooth and search for bluetooth device. When you select the one you wish to connect to it will attempt to "Pair" with it. At this point a "Passcode" maybe asked for if the bluetooth device you are pairing with has one set. If it does then you need to ask the person who owns the device for the "Passcode" before your picture can be sent/recieved.
Normally if you wish to set a passcode for your device it will either be in your bluetooth settings. Possibly even in "Security" in the bluetooth settings or it may just be in your "Security" settings.
when asked for passcode enter any code e.g. 12345 and enter thereafter it tries to connect to the other phone. Now the other phone will ask the code where you have to enter the same code, and voila! You"re paired. Obviously bluetooth should be 'on' on both the phones.