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You should not need pass key.Just send to new number
it will ask if you will accept click yes, that should be it.But you
probably need to search with new phone Blue tooth while old
phone on and on Blue tooth.Once it finds it synch with it.
Unable to connect my new iphone to the bluetooth in my car.
I've turned off the blue tooth in my old phone but it only turns off the bluetooth in the car. I have tried to then reconnect my new iphone, which is searching and showing that it has located the bluetooth (blue tooth flashing in car, shows on the sceen for a second and then turns off with message 'no service' phone off. If I turn on the old phone, everything comes back on.
The headset will automatically pair with the last device that it was
paired with. You may want to remove that just in case. I am sending the
users guide along with this. Also always start with the blue tooth
turned off, the pass key is 0000 (four zeros).
usually you press and hold the button on the bluetooth headset device for 10 secs, the led will change color, then you pick up your phone get into the bluetooth part of the settings and tell the phone to look for it. Then after that when it finds it, the pin will probably be 00000.
Look it up on google the model of your headset you should be able to find the pin.