Connect Nokia 6126 phone to computer with bluetooth
I have Windows XP Professional and I installed bluetooth software on the computer. Bluetooth is activated on my Nokia 6126 cell phone. I am trying to get the computer to recognize the phone but it keeps failing. At one point the phone asked for a pairing code which I don't know what to enter. What am I missing. How do I get these two synchronized so I can send pictures from the phone to the computer?
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