Question about Motorola Mobility S9 Headphones
A friend of mine gave me his Motorola S9 which he is no longer using. He hasn't used it for quite some time now. He forgot the original passcode for the M9. My phone can't connect with it because of this. Can anybody help me? Thanks.
You cannot avoid the problem with an alternative code, to my knowledge. You will find that almost every bluetooth uses the default code, 0000 , and the reason they use a code at all is to identify the devices (phone and headset, or whatever) to let them chat amongst themselves and determine what they are going to use for encryption keys for their future communication at the exact moment when they are first "paired". They only set up this encryption when they first handshake, but it ensures that every time you turn them on in the future, they hand-shake in a manner that does not allow your conversation to be overheard by spies. In other words, they digitize and scramble your speech using encryption tools that depend on the initial codes they calculated when you first "paired" them.
So the idea of the pass code is not to prevent the unit from being used by a thief, and the passcode is always the four digit number 0000
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Try to enter the default passcode for your MOTOROLA S9 which is 0000.. i juts bought mine today.. and the passcode works good.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Your friend can get his carrier to reset the phone password if he goes to a carrier store and identifies himself. Else, I believe you can Hard Reset the phone yourself. This is not a password reset and all original user data/settings your friend personalized on the phone will be lost. In you case, this sounds like and OK approach.
To Hard Reset a Moto Q9, depending on your carrier type, see this site: http://tinyurl.com/beld8h
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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