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I could not pair the Blackberry Curve 8520 with the Parrot CK3100. After looking at the Parrot website, I saw that the Blackberry was actually supported, so it SHOULD work.
Then I found the solution: the Parrot had already too many other phones paired (4 or so), so it could not pair an additional one. After removing the other phones from the Parrot pairing list, the Blackberry paired without a problem. SOLVED!
go to settings then paried devices and delete all the previous paired devices, the parrot will only hold 5. if this dos'nt work you may need to perform a software update, this requires downloading new software from parrot.com/support and sending via bluetooth to your parrot. check parrot site for compatability with your phone.
This solution came from Parrot Tech Support and it worked for me:
We were able to get the two to pair using the following steps:
The phone will stay saying pairing, then the parrot will say pairing successful, pull the battery on the phone, when you turn it back on, the phone will display PARROT CK3100 WANTS TO PAIR, ACCEPT? Say YES.
Try deleting all paired device from the parrot and your phone, remove battery from you phone to reset it. Then follow below instructions from Parrot.
** From your car kit: ** Select SETTINGS / ADVANCED SETTINGS / PAIR WITH PHONE / OTHER PHONES
* From the phone: * Select MENU / SETTINGS / BLUETOOTH / MY DEVICES / SEARCH NEW DEVICE * The phone will search for available devices * Select CK3100 from the list of available devices and enter PIN code \"1234\" * Phone and CK3100 are now paired. Wait for auto connection