Question about Cell Phones
The pairing code for this headset is hardcoded to '0000' (four zeros). It is not prone to be changed. I wonder why you would need to change it, since the passcode between any two bluetooth enabled devices is entered only once, only when the users explicitly put them in pairing mode. Once they are paired, all subsequent connections between them will be encrypted. Third party users won't be able to get into those connections. Likewise, they won't connect to third party devices, unless commanded to do so by the user (e.g. new pairing process).
Just my 2 cents...
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Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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