I had a Nokia 6085 model and i had to get a replacement phone (which is the same make and model)
but now i cannot get my bluetooth to connect. my bluetooth is a motorola H350, When i get through my steps, and get to search for audio enhancements, it asks for a passcode, I never knew my passcode, as i brought it at a store and the guy set it up there, how do i reset my passcode in order for my BT to work properly. it is reading my device, just don't know the passcode.
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Pairing a Nokia Lumia 520 to a 2013 Ford Escape
1. To Find "Bluetooth" on the Nokia Lumia 520
Slide your finger left on the display.
2. Turn on Bluetooth
Press the indicator next to "Status" to turn on Bluetooth.
3. Pair a Bluetooth device with your phone
Make sure the vehicle (parked in a driveway) is turned on and engine running. Go tot he Phone Menu, System Settings, Add Bluetooth Device, Push OK, The Sync System will display a 6-digit PIN number. Use the Seek Arrows to change to Special PIN (the system will display 0000), Push OK.
Your phone now searches for devices and after a moment, a list of Bluetooth devices within range is displayed.
Press the required Bluetooth device (the tab should say Sync).
Follow the instructions on the display to pair the Bluetooth device with your phone. Enter the 4-digit PIN
The new device is displayed on the list of paired devices.
Press OK on the console screen to set as Primary Phone, set 911 Assist and Download Phonebook. Be sure to check your phone screen and check "Always Connect" and Yes to approve the phonebook download. Be sure to check to see is there is also a request to Always Connect for SMS (texting) alerts.
4. Return to the home screen
Press the Home key to return to the home screen.
Your phone should now be paired the Sync system. Use the Voice button on the steering wheel to start the process (say "Phone"). Use the Phone icon to answer (a quick push) or hang up (push and hold down for about five seconds).
Well I know for sure the default pin for the M1 is indeed 0000. However I
cannot tell you what the pin would be for your specific bluetooth
dongle. If I where you I would try 0000, 1111, 2222 and so on
As with all Bluetooth headsets,
the H700 needs to be paired with the device before it can be used, which
is done in pairing mode. In pairing mode, the H700 makes a transmission
so that Bluetooth-enabled devices can pick up the device and connect to
the headset. Once connected, no other device can connect with the
Bluetooth headset. To enter pairing mode on the H700, open the headset
boom located near the microphone. After a few seconds the indicator
light will turn purple. Once purple, the H700 is in pairing mode.
Searching for the Device With the M1
Once the H700 is in pairing
mode, have the M1 search for Bluetooth devices. To do this, press
"MENU/OK" and choose "Tools," "Bluetooth," "Add New" and "Search." A
list of Bluetooth devices will show up on the screen. Highlight
"Motorola H700" and press "MENU/OK." Choose "Add to Trusted," enter
"0000" and press "MENU/OK." The devices are now connected and ready to
Testing the Devices
Once the devices are connected,
test that both the phone and the headset are working properly together.
First, place the headset in your ear. Dial a number on the phone and
press "Send." If you can hear ringing, the devices are connected
properly and ready for use.
If the connection was not successful, repeat the previous steps and
try again. Make sure the indicator light is glowing purple and is
steady. If you have connected the headset to a previous device, make
sure that device is turned off so as not to interfere with the
connection procedure. Once the other device is off, close and reopen the
boom to enter pairing mode.
If you need the pairing code for Bluetooth to connect just pairing with the same code in each device for example if your device asking for code just enter 1 in your device ( Samsung galaxy) and enter the same code (it means 1 for Nokia), the code will depend on you but the important the code must be same each other.
I've got MY65T working on an iPhone 3GS. I previously had the problem where it would pair and retrieve phone book, but not transmit or receive voice from my iPhone when making a call.
The last thing I did that fixed it was to remove the bluetooth pairings and "reinstall software on your navman". I don't know if this may remove some of your settings / POI / etc. This was a new purchase so I didn't have anything to lose.
Before doing this I had upgraded the navdesk software to 7.30, and installed the latest firmware for MY65T. Firmware is located at http://www.navmansupport.com.au/Software/My%20Series/MY65T/MY250___352.htm
Details: -remove the phone bluetooth pairing from the Navman from Settings / Bluetooth / My Paired Devices / [your phone] / delete -remove the bluetooth pairing from your phone's settings -connect navman to PC and launch navdesk -click "My Navman" / "Reinstall software on your Navman" -download the install file if prompted -accept the reinstallation prompts and complete reinstallation -set your phone to discoverable over bluetooth (just keep it on the Bluetooth settings screen on iPhone) -go to Settings / Bluetooth /" Search new devices" on your Navman -click your phone's name on the navman's discovered devices -enter the PIN onto your phone when prompted and accept the pairing. This takes a little while. -test handsfree!
I assume you are talking about paring your bluetooth head set with your phone. It would help if you list the make and model for both of your phone and bluetooth device.
But in general, you put your phone in discovery mode to search for new devices, then you can power up your bluetooth device in pairing mode, usually by holding the power button for a long time while powering on the device util it starts flashing. After a few seconds, both devices should find each other. The phone should prompt you if you want to pair with the device found.
Are you trying to pair these two devices? In that case enter any number as your PIN when prompted and enter the exact number in the other device when it asks for. PIN number is asked when you try to pair two or more bluetooth devices. PIN can be any number but make sure you enter the same number in all devices.
I hope it helped.
I just figured this out after having my blueset linked with my old phone. I couldn't remember my password for the life of me to connect it with my new phone. Finally I turned on my bluetooth headset and then held the call button for about ten seconds. After that I proceeded to search on my phone for the bluetooth and link it. The password is 0000. I hope that helps!