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Bluetooth Pairing Blackberry 8310 to Jaguar XK 2007

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I recently purchased a Blackberry Curve 8310 and have been trying to pair it to my Jaguar XK 2007. Bluetooth is enabled on the curve. The car searches and searches for the phone but does not find it. The phone discovers the car and asks for the numeric code. The car is suppose to generate a random # on its touch screen that I then am suppose to enter into phone but it never does. Is there something I need to do different with security etc? encryption is off, etc...is there a generic code I can enter on the phone that then the car will accept and pair?

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  • Anonymous Jun 22, 2008

    is there a solution? I have the same problem!

  • Anonymous Jul 01, 2008

    same car same phone and 0000 doesn't work

  • Anonymous Jul 03, 2008

    same problem... and I tried punching in 0000 and 1234 to see if that would work. They didn't. Now I'm going to punch my dealer.

  • Anonymous Aug 10, 2008

    Yup same problem with the 2008 xk

  • Anonymous Aug 22, 2008

    exactly the same pb with blackberry 8700/bluetooth and Jaguar XK/telephone: what to do?

  • jmcall Aug 30, 2008

    same problem..I downloaded the blackberry fix....no luck in pairing

  • parangchick Nov 18, 2008

    I am having the same problem with the blackberry 8300 and the 09 Altima. It paired perfectly and received a call at the dealer. I turned off the car and the phone is still paired but the systme says no phoe found. Help -Verizon certainly was not helpful and the dealer was baffled since it paired and worked perfectly with the chocolate phone.

  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    I have Blackberry Storm 9500 that pairs with Jag 2007 XK and able to make calls but fails when I try to transfer the Blackberry contacts to handsfree device on Jag!

  • joc1362 Dec 06, 2008

    Same problem with 2009 Nissan Maxima. Paired for a while, won't now.  Car pairs fine with wife's mobile, but not Blackberry Curve now after it did for months. 

  • lanman27 Mar 05, 2009

    My Blacberry 8330 stopped pairing in my 2009 maxima - worked for a few months now stopped - anyone have ideas?

  • Anonymous Mar 08, 2009

    i cont active  bluetooth to blakberry



  • winger00 May 03, 2009

    Same problem with the blackberry...has anyone found a solution?

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I think you need to punch in (0000)

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I haven't tried this with a Blackberry, but I just fitted a phone module and Bluetooth module to my Jaguar and it took me a while to figure out how to pair my HTC Touch HD.

Here's what I did. I have SatNav so it may be different without.

When you turn on the ignition, in phone mode, the display says "Discover Me" under the signal strength display, right side of screen.

Set your phone to search for a bluetooth device. It should discover "Jaguar". Select this.
It should ask for a passcode. Type in 1313

The phone should now pair.

The first time I tried it I entered no code and then "done" on the phone which said it was connected but the Jag didn't. Then the Jag bluetooth asked the phone for permission to access it and I said Yes on the phone. It then asked for a passcode again which I would imagine requires 1313. I didn't know what the code was then though so I'm not certain which is the correct way to do it but the second way might be better if you experience phone book transfer problems. I had to Google it.

Good luck!

David





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