Question about LG VX-8700 Cellular Phone
You Need To Type In A 4 Digit PassCode To Get Through To Another BlueTooth Device. Pairing Bluetooth Phones Is Kind Of Complicated. If You Are Pairing 2 Phones... Here Are The Steps:
1.) Find The Other Phone By Searching For It On BlueTooth
2.) Select The Device/Phone You Want To Pair With
3.) Enter The Last 4 Digits Of The Phone Your Trying To Pair With's Phone Number
4.) The Other Phone Should Be Asked If It Wants To Pair With Your Phone, Say Yes
5.) Type In The Last 4 Digits Again Of The Phone Your Trying To Pair With's Phone Number, Except This Time ON The Phone You Are Trying To Pair With
6.) You Should Get A Paired Successful
Pairing With Any Other BlueTooth Enabled Device:
1.) Search Through BlueTooth For The BlueTooth Enabled Device You Want To Pair To
2.) Select The Device You Want To Pair With
3.) Read The Instruction Manual That Came With The BlueTooth Device You Are Trying To Pair With, You Should Find A Pair Key In There Somewhere
4.) Enter The Passkey You Found (OR Already Know) And You Should Be Ready To Go
If All Else Fails, The BlueTooth Is Obviously Broken On Your Phone... Exchange It For A New One
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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