Question about LG GT505 Cell Phone
Trying to pair lg vn251 to pioneer avic x820bt
As far as I know the default passkey for the Pioneer AVIC devices is 1111 (four ones). By the way, it seems that there two ways to pair this device. If, after display the settings menu and selecting 'Bluetooth settings', you choose 'Register from mobile phone', after you phone is paired, all subsequent connection requests will be started from your phone. Otherwise, if you choose 'Select specific devices' instead, all connections will be started from the navigation system.
Hope you are able to get your navigation system fully functioning soon.
Anyway, please, let me know if you need further informations.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
UGH I had such a hard time with this, because it isn't clearly explained.
So here is a solution that should work (it worked for me!):
1. Go to Settings, Bluetooth, and Go to the "Paired Device" menu and leave it open.When it asks to turn BT on, you can do so.
2. This is the part here that screws everyone up. Take the headset and press and hold the multifunction button. KEEP IT HELD DOWN! The light should turn on and stay on. While you are holding it, open the microphone. The light should have been on while you were doing this and still be on. If it didn't stay on the whole way try again from when the mic is closed.
3. Remember the "paired device" menu? Select "New" and it will auto search for the headset.
4. It should be found quickly. The headset (that you should still be holding down but with mic open) will blink, then your phone will ask if you want to pair with Motorola HS850. Say ok, then it will ask for passcode 0000.
5. The headset will blink and the phone will say it was successful, and ask if you want it to be turned on. Say yes and make a test call. It should be fine from there.
Hope it helps!
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
I have somewhat of a solution. when you go to www.att.com/BluetoothWizard, it will prompt you to put in the handset Make & Model and then proceed with the Make/Model of your Bluetooth. It is possible that your Bluetooth headset may not be compatible with the LG Vu.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
SOURCE: how to get a bluetooth passkey
if you are pairing the bluetooth headset device with your cell than the default passkey is 0000 (you can also check the user guide for bluetooth headset). and that will work with your phone.
if your pairing the phone with other phone then you need to create your own passkey to pair it with other device (try 1234) and the same key you have to write on other phone once you will do that your phone will be paired and you are able to use it.
i hope it will help you.
best of luck
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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