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How do I find the Bluetooth passkey for Samsung E2100B

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the pass key is like a password which is used to remember your phone once you connect it to the laptop. enter the passkey as you wish like your date of birth and enter the same in your phone also when you try to connect it to the computer.(after you give the passkey in the laptop, search for the phone and when it attemts to connect it will ask the passkey in your phone)

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hi, default passkey is 0000. Enter this passkey in the asus notebook when it asks for passkey.

Both the passkey should be same to enable file transfer through bluetooth.

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

Testimonial: "Thanks for the info. For some reason I tried 0000 before your reply and it worked, I think I just assumed a default would be 0000 or 1234. Thanks anyw"

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depending on what bluetooth you are trying to pair it with, most pairing codes are 0000

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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I forgot the password to view my files on my samsung e2100b. is their a default password or something?


Samsung E2100B Unlocking Instructions

Warning : Do not enter any wrong unlock codes on your Samsung E2100B mobile phones. If you enter over a certain amount of wrong unlock codes on your Samsung E2100B mobile phone, your phone may get hard locked and sometimes become unusable.
Method 1:

1 - Switch ON your Samsung E2100B with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card.
2 - Samsung E2100B will ask for "Password".
3 - Enter the Unlock Code.

OR (if the Samsung E2100B shows "Insert Correct SIM Card")

Method 2:

1 - Switch ON your Samsung E2100B with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card.
2 - Don't bother about what's being displayed on your Samsung E2100B.
3 - Compose : #0111*CODE#.

NOT ACCEPTED: I mean, to use a sim card from a network other than the network your Samsung E2100B is locked to.
CODE: Its the unique Unlock Code for your Samsung E2100B.

If method 2 does not work, you can try method 2 again but this time without any SIM card on your Samsung E2100B.

Sep 19, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I do not understand what this passkey for bluetooth connection is. I don't have a bluetooth headset but im trying to pair my samsung highlight with a samsung messenger 2. I have already tried the four...


Step 1
Check your device for a sticker with the passkey printed on it. Typically headsets and car stereos have the passkey printed on a small sticker attached at the rear of the device.
  • Step 2 Look in your device's instruction book to see if the passkey is written inside. Each device has a unique passkey, so the passkey for your device will typically be printed on a sticker or inserted into your instruction book, as opposed to in the directions themselves.
  • Step 3 Check the Bluetooth menu for your device. Cell phones and computers often have their passkeys within the Bluetooth menu. Look for the "Pairing Code" or "Passkey" option. Some laptop computers generate a random code each time you need it, so you may have a option for this task.
  • Step 4 Check in forums for your particular device to see if someone has posted the passkey. Typically a search for your device and "Pairing Code" will bring up information regarding the code or where you might successfully find it.
  • Step 5 Call customer servicemag-glass_10x10.gif for your device if you can't find the passkey printed on the device, in the instruction book or in the menu. Customer service should be able to either tell you the passkey for your device or give you detailed instructions on how to find it.
  • Mar 05, 2010 | Samsung Highlight Cell Phone

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    I bought a samsung bluetooth but the manual was not inside. How can I find out the passkey code to pair it with my blackberry?


    Hello Friend,
    Here is the link to download the Samsung WEP410 bluetooth user manual:
    http://dar.selfip.com/documents/
    and the passkey by default is 0000.
    Best Regards,

    Oct 29, 2009 | Samsung WEP410 Bluetooth Headset Wireless...

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    Need a passkey for samsung omnia


    hi, default passkey is 0000. Enter this passkey in the asus notebook when it asks for passkey.

    Both the passkey should be same to enable file transfer through bluetooth.

    Sep 19, 2009 | Samsung SGH-i900 Omnia Unlocked Cellular...

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    I need the passkey for my H350 Motorola Bluetooth. I am trying to set it up with a new Samsung phone. Can you please provide the passkey


    Hello there

    The universal pass key that all of these leave the factory with is 0000 (four zeros).

    Hope this helps, please don't forget to rate me.

    Thanks

    May 20, 2009 | Motorola Mobility H350 Wireless Headset

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