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Try 0000 or 1234
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Bluetooth cant searching another device? what i should did for that?


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Bluetooth pairing is necessary whenever two Bluetooth devices connect to each other to share resources.
A trusted relationship is established between the devices using a numerical password, commonly referred to as a passkey.
Depending on how often one Bluetooth device connects to another, the user might opt to have the passkey saved for future connection attempts or prompt to enter the passkey each time the devices request communication with each other.

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In most cases, Bluetooth devices are paired only once, and the details of the relationship are saved for later connections.
The pairing service, an integral component of all Bluetooth devices, is responsible for maintaining a list of devices that have made successful connections in the past.
It is essentially a passkey manager remembers the specific details for other trusted Bluetooth devices.
If a user has a reason not to allow automatic connections for specific devices, the Bluetooth pairing service will not store passkey details.


Preparing to Pair Because Bluetooth is a standardized-communication method, making trusted connections between Bluetooth devices is a straight-forward and simple process.
Before attempting to pair two Bluetooth devices for the first time, it is recommended to have both devices fully charged, turned on and Bluetooth enabled.
At least one of the devices must be set to discoverable mode, which means for a short period, the device will be announcing its presence to other devices within its range.

Pairing Bluetooth Devices

Have the second device search for other Bluetooth devices.
There are many types of devices on the market and just as many ways to put your device into discoverable or searching modes.
It is recommended you view the documentation for your specific devices to determine how to enter these modes.
Within 30 seconds, you should see the devices have found each other and a prompt to enter a passkey will be presented.

Bluetooth Pairing Passkey

The passkey is a four-digit number you supply at the time you are establishing your trusted relationship between devices.
If a specific passkey is set by the manufacturer, you can try "0000," or you might have to find the passkey in your device's documentation and enter that instead.
After you enter a passkey, the other device might prompt you to enter the passkey you entered. When the passkey is verified on the other device, the two have been paired.
The Bluetooth device and passkey information are stored using the pairing service so future pairing attempts do not have to be made unless desired as a security precaution.


Bluetooth software
You may wish to check out Bluetooth Command Line Tools a set of console utilities designed to work with Microsoft bluetooth stack.
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  1. Bluetooth device A looks for other Bluetooth devices in the area
  2. In order to find other Bluetooth devices, Bluetooth device A must be set to discoverable mode. When set to discoverable, Bluetooth device A will allow other Bluetooth devices to detect its presence and attempt to establish a connection.
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    You may set your discover setting off if you like (It is recommended that you turn it off when not using the Bluetooth). When the discover setting is off, no other Bluetooth device will be able to find it. Undiscoverable devices can still communicate with each other but they have to initiate communication themselves.

  3. Bluetooth device A finds Bluetooth device B

    Usually the discoverable device will indicate what type of device it is (Such as a printer, cell phone, headset, etc.) and its Bluetooth device name. The Bluetooth device name is the name that you give the Bluetooth device or the factory name that originally was programmed.

  4. Bluetooth Device A prompts you to enter a password (PassKey)

    With advanced devices (i.e. computers, smartphones), both users must agree on the Passkey and enter it into their device. The code can be anything you like as long as it is the same for both Bluetooth wireless devices.

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  5. Bluetooth device A sends the Passkey to Bluetooth device B

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Hello,
Passkey is the pairing code generated to authenticate a bluetooth device when it is connected for the first time.
If you have connected the device before and has not removed it, you can send and recieve files directly when your bluetooth device is in range. On the other hand, if you have removed the device or trying to pair it for the first time, it is necessary that you enter the passkey.
For that you need to follow these simple steps:
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  • Open Bluetooth devices sheet on your laptop.
  • First, click on bluetooth settings and see that your computer is discoverable by other bluetooth devices. Enable it if necessary.
  • Close the dialogue box and click on 'Add Bluetooth Devices'.
  • It will show a list of all available devices.
  • Select the device you need to connect.
  • It will automatically generate the Passkey for that device.
  • Enter this passkey in the device and you are done.
I hope it will solve your problem.
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  1. Step 1 Checkyour device for a sticker with the passkey printed on it. Typicallyheadsets and car stereos have the passkey printed on a small stickerattached at the rear of the device.
  2. Step 2 Lookin your device's instruction book to see if the passkey is writteninside. Each device has a unique passkey, so the passkey for yourdevice will typically be printed on a sticker or inserted into yourinstruction book, as opposed to in the directions themselves.
  3. Step 3 Check the Bluetooth menu for your device. Cell phonesand computers often have their passkeys within the Bluetooth menu. Lookfor the "Pairing Code" or "Passkey" option. Some laptop computersgenerate a random code each time you need it, so you may have a optionfor this task.
  4. Step 4 Checkin forums for your particular device to see if someone has posted thepasskey. Typically a search for your device and "Pairing Code" willbring up information regarding the code or where you might successfullyfind it.
  5. Step 5 Call customer servicemag-glass_10x10.giffor your device if you can't find the passkey printed on the device, inthe instruction book or in the menu. Customer service should be able toeither tell you the passkey for your device or give you detailedinstructions on how to find it.



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My blackberry 8520 wont pair with Ford audio


In order to pair a BlackBerry device with a Bluetooth device, the Bluetooth device must be in pairing mode. Most Bluetooth devices are not set to pairing mode by default. Therefore, refer to your Bluetooth device manual for instructions on how to set the device to pairing mode.

1. On the BlackBerry device, in the device options, click Bluetooth.
2. Click the trackwheel and click Add Device. The Select Device list appears and lists devices that are in range and available to be paired.
Note: Only devices that are in range and are in pairing mode will appear in the available device list.
3. Click the device to which you are pairing. The Enter passkey dialog appears.
4. Enter the passkey to authenticate the device. Most Bluetooth devices contain a hardcoded passkey. See your Bluetooth device manual for the passkey.

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Step 1
Check your device for a sticker with the passkey printed on it. Typically headsets and car stereos have the passkey printed on a small sticker attached at the rear of the device.
  • Step 2 Look in your device's instruction book to see if the passkey is written inside. Each device has a unique passkey, so the passkey for your device will typically be printed on a sticker or inserted into your instruction book, as opposed to in the directions themselves.
  • Step 3 Check the Bluetooth menu for your device. Cell phones and computers often have their passkeys within the Bluetooth menu. Look for the "Pairing Code" or "Passkey" option. Some laptop computers generate a random code each time you need it, so you may have a option for this task.
  • Step 4 Check in forums for your particular device to see if someone has posted the passkey. Typically a search for your device and "Pairing Code" will bring up information regarding the code or where you might successfully find it.
  • Step 5 Call customer servicemag-glass_10x10.gif for your device if you can't find the passkey printed on the device, in the instruction book or in the menu. Customer service should be able to either tell you the passkey for your device or give you detailed instructions on how to find it.
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