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First, go to the Tom Tom menu and switch on the bluetooth feature. Then, in your phones menu, activate the bluetooth feature and search "new devices". when the phone find the TomTom it will ask for a code. This is usually the numver zero, 4 times i.e. 0000
follow the phone's instructions from there. Hope this helps
On your Blackberry (BB), make sure you have set your blue-tooth properties to show Yes for "Discoverable", then go through the TomTom (TT) to find a phone. Trying to find the TTwith the BB will not work.
Once the TT finds the BB, the BB will ask for a code - enter 0000. Once the TT is successfully added to your BB device list, highlight the TT and check device properties - set to trusted.
The phone you are trying to connect are not listed in this list here http://www.tomtom.com/phones/compatibility/devices.php one thing you can do, look for a phone in that list, if it does not connect to your tomtom then there could be an issue with your tomtom bluetooth.
if it was connecting before and you updated to version 8.300 then again it may be the application version that can cause the issue.