Question about HTC G1
The device you are connecting to needs to pair with your phone. If the device is a bluetooth headset or car kit etc it will have a default pin which you should find in the devices instruction book. If its another mobile or PC the check the screen on that device to see if its waiting for you to input a pin on that. Then simply enter the same pin on both units which can be anything you like.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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