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Unable to pair with bluetooth

There askin for passkey and i cant find mine please help me thank you

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First of all set both devices with "no password requested" make yr phone "visible for everyone" in yr settings, set a name for yr phone(usually is the phone model number), switch the bluetooth "on" on both devices, now you should see that the phone ask u if u want to be connected to the other device ( the name will be shown before u accept the connection) say "yes" that´s all!

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