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Bluetooth pairing How do you make a Bluetooth device (i.e TomTom) a "Trusted Device" so that you don't have to enter the PIN Number every time they connect? I did have it working by accident but since having my TomTom repaired my V3 asks me for a PIN every time it connects or gets info from TomTom server.

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  • PAUL PHILLIPS May 13, 2007

    Thanks for trying, but it still asks for the PIN every time it connects....

  • PAUL PHILLIPS May 19, 2007

    I have been in touch with tomtom and they keep saying that the phone sould be set to "always discoverable", the only setting that I can relate this to is from the device history and selecting Access to Automatic.
    Do you know of any other settings??

  • PAUL PHILLIPS May 20, 2007

    Thanks for your time, it looks like the problem is right back in tomtom's court. If they provide a solution I will post it.
    Cheers

  • PAUL PHILLIPS May 22, 2007

    Finally got solution from tomtom. Apparently there were too many files in the flash mamory of the tomtom. I downloaded the flash clear tool from tomtom, ran it and the problem is sorted.
    Thanks to ImWireless for ruling out any problem with the phone.

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Go to the Menu -> Settings -> Connection and there we have the second option to pair a device. Cheers

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    Sandeep Bakshi May 14, 2007

    Your TomTom must be set to ask for the PIN everytime there is a incoming connection. Please check the settings in your Tom Tom.

    Good Luck

  • Sandeep Bakshi
    Sandeep Bakshi May 20, 2007

    By default every phone is set to 'always discoverable'. This setting means your phone would always be detected by any compatible bluetooth device and if it is disabled, Any device which wants to connect to it will have to have the bluetooth name entered manually. If I remember there is no such setting in this phone which can enable or disable that. So, it is enabled. You can always test this by searching for the phone's bluetooth name from any other phone which has bluetooth.

    Good Luck

  • Sandeep Bakshi
    Sandeep Bakshi May 22, 2007

    Sir, if you think my solution has anything to do with your issue being resolved, please change the rating for my solution. I would be highly obliged.

    Regards

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