I have a motorola bluetooth without the pairing code. Also I can not tell by looking at it what model it is ...it just says Motorola. it was my fathers and he can not find the book. Help I need it for work...
Bluetooth headsets have their pairing code hardcoded by their manufacturers. Most of them, choose '0000' (four zeros). Others choose '1234', whilst some of them use '8888'.
A bluetooth headset must be put in pairing mode, prior to its first connection to a bluetooth enabled device (e.g. phone, PC). All of them must be turned off before starting the pairing procedure. Some motorola headsets have a boom, which must be opened, in order for it to enter the pairing mode, whilst other headstets must have their Multi Function Button (MFB, or Call/End button) pressed and held for some 6 to 10 seconds. Their LED light use to indicate their pairing mode. Some of them flash rapidly (sometimes in more than one color), whilst others keep it solidly lit. Anyway, once your headset is in pairing mode, make your phone (or PC)'s bluetooth application search for new devices. After a while, your headset should appear on the device' screen. Select it and make the application connect. If a passkey (or PIN, or pairing code) is requested one of the codes I've suggested above.
The pairing procedure, between any two bluetooth enabled devices, should be done only once. All subsequent connections should be achieved by bring both devices, with their bluetooth radio turned on, close enough to each other. If their link is not automatically established, a simple press on the headset's MFB should be enough.
Hope you are able to pair your headset soon.
Jun 02, 2010 |
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