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PAIR KEY FOR MOTOROLA s9

Hi.. im just wondering on how can i change the PASS KEY of my motorola s9.. i mean its by default 0000, but how am i going to change it?
i want to change it so that if ever it get snatched or something, the snatcher wont be able to use it unless he enters the correct passkey..

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  • dark_magicia Mar 04, 2009

    @ dee park

    thanks for dropping by my question..

    my mobile phone is sony ericsson p1i, when i tried to connect to motorola s9, it automatically ask for a passkey(0000), i had also tried it to connect to nokia phone N series and e series, it's the same way..

    my problem is i want to change the passkey from default(0000) to my OWN customized number....



    thanks...

  • Dee Park Mar 04, 2009

    i couldn't figure out how to change it either...i try my lg dare..chocolate 3 and nothing..i check there website and everything no help...i'm going to call motorola about this..got me wondering now..

  • Dee Park May 11, 2010

    it really does depend on what phone you have...I have a Lg Dare and it doesn't even ask for passkey it just connects...

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Bluetooth headsets have their passkey hardcoded by their manufacturers. So, I'm afraid it is not suitable to be changed. However, once any two bluetooth devices are paired, their link is encrypted. You see, you put your headset in pairing mode only when you want to pair it to a specific device of yours (i.e. phone, PC, etc.). Once they are paired to each other, third devices won't be able to get into that connection.
Just my 2 cents...
Regards, Carlos

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