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Pairing Motorola H700

I just got a new cell phone and I want to use the Motorola H700 blue tooth that I have been using with my previous cell phone, but when I go through the pairing process it is asking me to enter a numeric passkey and an alphanumeric passkey but I do not have any of that information. Is there any way for me to either use it without entering that information or obtain the passkeys that are linked to my specific headset???

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  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2008

    Had the same problem and the "0000" pass key fixed it. Thanks

  • Anonymous Jun 27, 2008

    the passkey 0000 doesn't work. Any other suggestions?

  • Anonymous Jul 31, 2008

    need numeric pass key

  • Anonymous Aug 06, 2008

    I can't get it paired

  • frankiegd Aug 12, 2008

    i put my phone on dicover mode and it cant find the device, what should i do

  • delainad62 Sep 02, 2008

    I do not have the numeric pass key to pair my bluetooth with my blackberry.

  • Anonymous Sep 11, 2008

    i recently

  • orieboo Mar 01, 2009

    i can,t pair with my blackberry

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The Default Key is 0000

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Use passkeys 0000 for both

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0000 didn't work for me until I selected "alpha-numeric" passkey instead of "numeric", then it worked just fine.

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What i found out with pairing with a blackberry the passkey is 0000 but you have to use the alt key before you enter the zero...so alt 0, alt 0, alt 0 then alt 0 then it would work

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Hi, The passkey is 0000. That is four zero's then hit pair. If for some reason that doesn't work, I'm sorry. It worked on mine so I thought I would share. Lisa

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Push in the "nipple" on the Blackberry 6300 when it asks u for the passkey and it will change to alpha numeric. Then type in 0000 and hit the enter button. Yes!!!

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Thanks very helpful

Posted on Jun 10, 2010

Thanks the numeric key is 0000

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  • mommy2dance Mar 21, 2011

    Thanks so much!!!! I was going nuts trying to find the paperwork that came with my device !!

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SOURCE: pairing my blackberry curve8310 to a motorola H700 headset

when pairing a handsfree device to your phone the typicaly generic passcode is 4 zero's (0000)

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