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  • mackayla Apr 05, 2008

    What the passcode for bluetooth on the account 508-304-9292 home and cell # 508-410-9238

  • Brandon Higa
    Brandon Higa May 11, 2010

    We'll need way more information to figure out how to help you here. What make/model phone do you have?

    What are you trying to do with Bluetooth? Set up Bluetooth stereo headphones for music, set up a Bluetooth headset for making hands-free calls, set up the phone to transfer data to a PC?? There's a lot you can do with Bluetooth technology...



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If you are trying to pair a Bluetooth device (like a headset) with your phone and your phone is asking for a passcode, try 0000
If that doesn't work, try 1111 or 1234

If you're doing something else it sounds like something you need to call your carrier for. Try dialing 611 from your phone, or check your carrier's website or phone's manual.

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