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Passkey is a unique key, which is to be entered by both the mobiles. Eg. If give the passkey as 1234, the phone to which we are going to connect also should give 1234 and then only we will be able to connect and transfer data.

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

  • bettybud Oct 15, 2010

    ou just need to use numbers to connect. Eg. Enter 123 in both the devices and this will connect you to the other device bluetooth.

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2. Turn on Bluetooth on the device you want to connect with the receiver and tap on Scan. The device will start scanning for nearby Bluetooth devices. When you see that it detected a device with a name similar to the receiver's name, tap on the name to pair with the device. If you are asked for a passcode/passkey, enter '0000' or '1234' (without the quotes). If the two pair, the light on the receiver will turn to a steady blue and you will see 'Connect' on the device. The two are now paired.Tap on Connect and then you will see Connected on the device. Your device and the receiver are now connected.

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Wireless keyboards connect to tablets using Bluetooth, a wireless technology with a short range of only about 30 feet.
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Read the instructions that came with the keyboard to see if it requires a passkey to connect with a device.
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Turn on the keyboard and put it in discovery mode.
Place it near the iPad.

Tap the "Settings" icon, then tap "General."
Tap "Bluetooth" if it is in the Off position.
Tap the "On/Off" switch to turn it on.

Choose the wireless keyboard when it appears on the screen. Enter a passkey for the keyboard if prompted.
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Turn on the Bluetooth keyboard and put it in discovery mode before placing it near the tablet.

Tap the "Settings" icon on the tablet status bar, then tap "Bluetooth."
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Turn on the wireless keyboard and put it in discovery mode.
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