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<p>Bluetooth is a quick and easy way to wirelessly connect two
electronic devices. Bluetooth is commonly used for mobile phones and PDAs to
hands-free devices like headsets and hands free connection, but can also be
used to connect these devices to computers and MP3 players. Two Bluetooth
devices, you need the password, or "pairing code" to find the
equipment to connect. Finding it is generally very...<br />
<p> <br />
<p>1. Look on the back of your headset or speakerphone Bluetooth
device password. Normally the pairing code is printed on label headphones which
are then placed at the bottom of the accessory. <br />
<p>2. Go to the Bluetooth menu on your phone with the password
to your cell phone to find. The Bluetooth menu of your phone is usually located
under the "Settings" menu. On the Settings menu, there should be an
option to "Get code" or something similar, allowing you to get the
code for your phone to find. <br />
<p>3. Go to the Settings menu of your computer to find the
Bluetooth passcode. Some laptops will randomly generate a new password for your
Bluetooth every time you want to link them to a new device. In this case, the
configuration menu you are looking for is something like "pairing Generate
a new code." <br />
<p>4. Check the manual for your Bluetooth if you cannot find
access to the device or on your menu. Many manufacturers have pressed for
access devices in your manual. If you still cannot find the password, try all
zeros. <br />
<p>5. Look at online forums for the password to your phone if
you still have trouble finding it. A Google search like "Nokia N98
Bluetooth pairing code." This research will typically take you to a forum
or help page that the link code for your device will. <br />
turn your headset on and hold the button down until it starts flashing blue and red. go to setting on your phone bluetooth and choose add new device or pair device. your phone will pik up the new bluetooth and ask for a password it is usually 0000 or 1234
The pass key is the password the bluetooth accessory has. So your car stereo manufacturer has a code that you enter on your phone, so that someone nearby with a bluetooth cell phone won't be able to hook to your stereo - it's usually in your owners manual for your stereo or bluetooth speaker system.
Most bluetooth headsets have a passcode of 0000, and it's the same for Motorola headsets, plantronics headsets etc. You may be able to lookup the passcode for your bluetooth speaker system in a manual online, if you no longer have it.
Generally, there is no default password for bluetooth, you just have create one in order to connect. That is, just enter a new password when you are prompted to enter one, and then enter the same password on the other device that needs connecting over bluetooth.
Okay.If your tying to connect to another bluetooth device.im pretty sure the password changes everytime.
But if you go in to your bluetooth settings,check that safe mood bluetooth is turned off. this should stop the asking for passwords.
If the above doesnt work check the 'Password' isnt your phones pin number or security number.
Default password is 0000 (4 zeros)
Instruction Manual is here if you need it;
Best of Luck.