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After i enter my passkey it says connection failure for my h700 blue tooth

I enter my passkey for my blackberry storm and it says connnection failure to the h700

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On the Blackberry, Go to Options, Bluetooth. Select the blackberry button, Add Device, and search. If search doesn work, try listen. While these are going conduct the following on the Headset:

Close theheadset. Go to the phone and choose discover, or search. Open the headset and pressand hold the big button. It should then turn purple and should be recognized.

Also make sure the battery on theheadset is charged before doing this.

If this doesnt work: Start the search onthe phone, Keep the boom of the mic closed when you press and hold the buttonon the h700. the light should turn purple. After this, open the boom

The passkey is 0000, four zeros.

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Changed phones want to install blue tooth h700 but it asks for a passkey. Where do I fibnd the passkey?


The passkey is 0000 (four zeros). If you need instructions do the following:
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On the PHONE, you want to push the "OK" button to get to your main tools area:
Choose Settings, then choose Connection:
Now you'll be able to pick which type of connection you want:
You want bluetooth, of course, so pick that:
Now you can specify that you want to add a new Handsfree device (even though, logically, you should go to Setup in my eyes):
Select Look For Devices, at which point the PHONE will scan for available units in the bluetooth frequency spectrum and hopefully find your H700 bluetooth headset. Assuming it does, it'll cheerily report the news:
If your PHONE doesn't find the headset, I suggest that you run the scan another time or two. Also make sure that the H700 is still showing purple, not blue or flashing blue. That should be all you need to do!
Once the PHONE has found the H700 unit, you need to actually pair them, so don't stop here. Select the H700 and you'll be asked if you want to bond the two units:
You want to say "YES", of course, at which point the PHONE will ask you for the bluetooth passkey of the H700, which, like all Motorola bluetooth headsets, is 0000. Enter it:
Choose "OK" to proceed to:
The phone has saved the pairing passkey, now it'll disconnect and search for it again in regular connection mode:
Hopefully it'll still find it, and verify the PIN:
Now, look at the H700. Notice it's no longer in the purple "pairing" mode but has switched to the regular slowly flashing blue mode. You're up, running. I hope this helps and Good luck!
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Trying to sync with my blackberry 8900 asking for numeric passkey for my plantronic 220 ... dont think I needed this when I had a Motorola Razor.... annoying.... any thoughts.


the passkey is just like a password which is a single time entry into your phone for connecting blue tooth devices in a secured way.
once you enter the passkey the phone will be able to identify and connect to your device each time you search for blue tooth devices in the phone.so please do not get annoyed, go ahead and give a passkey of your own choice(like birth date. so that you wont forget it easily since you wont use it again until you reset the phone or connect other devices).
this passkey can also be used to connect it to laptops, desktops if they have blue tooth.

also remember this passkey is used to restrict any unauthorized access to your phone.!!!
should you have any questions please write to us again.thanks for contacting fixya !

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Most Bluetooth devices uses '1234' or '0000' as the default passkey. Since you tried using '0000', you may wanna try using 1234.

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