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Passcode is 0000

I would advise you to reset the Blueant before pairing it with your phone
1.Press and hold Volume + first then the MFB button ( the button we use to turn on/off the BlueAnt)
2. Turn off the device again
3. Turn on the device to complete the reset ( upon turning on the device, it will ask you to select a language, press MFB upon hearing your desired language )
4. Follow instruction on the BlueAnt
5. As for the passcode , some phones don't require a passcode for the BlueAnt.
6. Accept all notification that will pop out on the phone ( don't take your eyes off on the phone )

Posted on Oct 26, 2012

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