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Most blue tooth manufactures use a factory 4 digit pin pairing code,motorola uses 0000,and 1234,even though they are the most common of the codes used to pair a blue tooth device there are two others that i know of,and they are 1111, or 9999,now in the 10 years that i've dealt with blue tooth technology i have yet to come across a blue tooth device that has not used one of these 4 codes,so try these first from the most common ones first,then if it is nessasary to try other ones try the last two,but 90 percent of blue tooth manufactures use the same technology witch in this case would be the same codes..i hope this helps..thank you