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PIN is incorrect

I just bought a bluetooth for my RAZR but it wont connect. If I try to connect it to a different phone it works...but when I try to connect to my phone it keeps saying the PIN is invalid. The pin works on every other phone but mine.

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I tried the master reset..tried turning the phone off and on..the bluetooth off and on.....but it still says invalid pin. I know its not the bluetooth itself b/c it will pair with other phones but not with mine

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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Well unpair then master reset the phone and try pairing it again.

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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