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Balckberry phone pairing to gps

My blackberry recognizes the cngp50 gps but asks for the cngp50 passkey. does anybody know what this passkey number is and where to find it?

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  • gkelm Feb 21, 2009

    that worked great and the phone now recognizes the gps but the gps still says no phone connected. any ideas what i am doing wrong?


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Try 0000. Generally that is the code that is used to pair devices.

Posted on Feb 21, 2009

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Feb 25, 2009

    Both devices should be discoverable at the same time. I have had issues with cell phones saying it didn't take the pair, yet it did. Sometimes it has to do with firmware issues with the phone that can be corrected. What is the make and model of the phone?


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