Question about Cell Phones
Bluetooth passkeys (or pairing codes) may be either hardcoded, like the ones present in headsets, and other bluetooth enabled devices lacking a keyboard, number pad, or other input methods, or user defined, like between phones, computers, and such.
If it is hardcoded, the most commonly chosen code by manufacturers is '0000' (four zeros). If it doesn't work, you might tries other codes I'm aware of, like '1234' or '8888';
Otherwise (i.e. the passkey is user defined), the device intitaing the pairing procedure might chose any code the user can think of (with any number of digits, but you could specify '0000', of course), provided that the device which is receiving the paring request specifies that same code.
Hope you are able to sort your problems out.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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