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Wrong bluetooth passkey or PIN

I cant pair my lap top with other devices via Bluetooth . my laptop recognizes the devices but wont pair I keep getting a message on the other device saying incorrect passkey or Pin , my laptop generates a new pass code every time but still fails to successfully pair . my MSI FX 600 MX wont give me any options or solutions to rectify the problem , I dont know what to do . any help anyone , please

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SOURCE: don't know the pin to set up my bluetooth

either 0000 or 1234

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0000 is the pin

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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I just figured this out after having my blueset linked with my old phone. I couldn't remember my password for the life of me to connect it with my new phone. Finally I turned on my bluetooth headset and then held the call button for about ten seconds. After that I proceeded to search on my phone for the bluetooth and link it. The password is 0000. I hope that helps!

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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hi there,
if you are pairing the bluetooth headset device with your cell than the default passkey is 0000 (you can also check the user guide for bluetooth headset). and that will work with your phone.

if your pairing the phone with other phone then you need to create your own passkey to pair it with other device (try 1234) and the same key you have to write on other phone once you will do that your phone will be paired and you are able to use it.

i hope it will help you.
best of luck

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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