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Pairing Blue Tooth

My phone asks for a pass key, where do I obtain that from?

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All my bluetooth ear pieces have been 0000.

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If you have not set a pass key on your phone, then 1234 should unlock it and 000000 is the default. Try this.

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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After pairing both device, you detected paired, you can now use the blue tooth device with your phone.

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Normal codes used are any four digit, four numbers you want to use.(0000, 1234).

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After pairing both device, you detected paired, you can now use the blue tooth device with your phone.

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Normal codes used are any four digit, four numbers you want to use.(0000, 1234).

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Normal codes used are any four digit, four numbers you want to use.(0000, 1234).


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