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Blackberry Storm Pairing code to landrover

I have contiually tried land rover pairing code 2121 which blackberry refuses to connect ??

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    I have tried to pair my storm with my laptop I have entered the paring code 0000 but it is not working.

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The blackberry default code is 0000 have you tried this?

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