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I-tech blueband headphones, how to parring?

I lost manual and now I don't know how to parring headphones to my new devices. Can somebody help please? Thank's

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The Itech manual I have says to try 0000 or 8888 or 1234 Codes to Sync it up. I did the usualy 0000 until I was blue in the face then read the Chenglish manual, 8888 worked for me. These Itechs are a bit different but VERY kewl.

Posted on May 03, 2009

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  • y0maan May 03, 2009

    BTW I synced mine up to a Treo 755p Cellphone with Ptunes as a player

  • y0maan May 03, 2009

    BTW I synced mine up to a Treo 755p Cellphone with Ptunes as a player

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    chocorachie Jul 21, 2012

    I've been sitting here for close to an hour trying over and over with 0000. Thank you sooo much for listing 8888 because it worked within 2 seconds with my iPhone 4S! :)


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You need to hold the on switch for about 10 seconds then you will see the LED flash from blue to red.
You can now find the headphones on your device.
It will request a code, the default is 0000.
i Hope this works for you as it is not compatable with a lot of devices.

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8888 worked for me for the MAC. but after pairing you have to select the device from the list and click the button under that windows(next to the - + symbol and select the STEREO.... do not forget to select from the system preferences>sound Sound Effects Through

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  • live_to_dive Mar 21, 2011

    excellent tried all but 8888.. worked for me thanks


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8888 worked. A weird passkey, and one that I wouldn't have thought of.

Posted on Apr 21, 2012

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    alanprud May 08, 2012

    thanks worked great :-)


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