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Can not down load ringtone with usb cable go to my music list not ringtone list and put bluetooth on computer but need passkey to pair

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A code, like 1234 could be used to pair it with your computer. You only have to press that 4 digit code on both devices, and you're done.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

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A trusted relationship is established between the devices using a numerical password, commonly referred to as a passkey.
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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.
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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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according to motorola, this phone has bluetooth and micro SD card slot.
if you have computer with bluetooth, then you can pair the computer and phone and simply send music files wirelessly via bluetooth.
if you dont have bluetooth, then you can buy a cheap usb bluetooth adapter from ebay and have a bluetooth enabled computer, then follow above step.

if you have SD card slot on your computer then you can get a SD card to micro SD card slot adapter from ebay or elsewhere, where you can simply put music on then card from pc and then transfer the card to the phone.

here is the phone manual.for safety read the whole manual.
p.55 for music and p.79 for bluetooth instructions.

http://www.motorola.com/staticfiles/Support/US-EN/Mobile%20Phones/i856/US-EN/_Documents/Static_Files/i856_UG__%20Boost_NNTN7815A_.pdf

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In order to pair a BlackBerry smartphone with a Bluetooth enabled device (e.g. a Bluetooth enabled headset), the Bluetooth enabled device must be in pairing mode. Most Bluetooth enabled devices are not set to pairing mode by default. Refer to your Bluetooth enabled device manual for instructions on how to set the Bluetooth enabled device to pairing mode.
To pair the BlackBerry smartphone with a Bluetooth enabled device, complete the following steps:
1) On the BlackBerry smartphone, click Options > Bluetooth. If you cannot find the Bluetooth option,
2) Open the menu and select Add Device. The Select Device list appears and lists Bluetooth enabled devices that are in range and available to be paired.
Note: Only BlackBerry smartphones enabled with Bluetooth technology that are in range and in pairing mode will appear in the available Select Device list.
3) Select the Bluetooth enabled device with which you are pairing. The Enter passkey dialog appears.
4) Type the passkey to authenticate the Bluetooth enabled device. Most Bluetooth enabled devices contain a hard coded passkey. See your Bluetooth enabled device manual for the passkey.
Note: 0000 is the universal passkey for pairing any Bluetooth enabled device with a BlackBerry smartphone.
Note: Once a Bluetooth enabled device is paired, it appears in the Paired Devices list. The Bluetooth enabled device will no longer appear in the Select Device list.
Bluetooth devices are manufacturer specific. Please refer user manual for instructions on how to pair with other devices.

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Need à passkey to browse my USB Bluetooth Dongle


the out of the box passkey for most bluetooth devices is usually 0000

The passkey has to be entered on both devices so they can pair.

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Hi
I was trying to transfer some ringtones from old phone to G1 and facing the same problem.
And now somewhere from net I found the solution to my problem.
Although it could not be done by bluetooth, but my problem is solved now.
You can also try it. It may help you out.

> Transfer ringtones/music/photos from your phone to Desktop
> Connect G1 to Desktop by USB cable
> On the top of G1 screen it will show the icon of USB (connected)
> Scroll down from the icon and select 'copy files from computer'
> Select 'Mount'
> On desktop a massage will appear, click 'open folder & show files'.
> Copy & Paste files from computer to G1. Now your files are in G1
> If you want to set any song as ringtone press & hold that song, a menu will appear and you can select 'set as ringtone'

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Passkey


The passkey is 0000. If you have a problem, reset the headset. Turn the headset off and hold down the call button for 8 seconds until the headset flashes blue and red signaling that it is in pairing mode for the next 120 seconds. While the headset is in pairing mode, use the phone menu to search for Bluetooth devices and select "220Plantronics." (If the headset is already listed in the Bluetooth menu, delete it before searching to pair the device.) When prompted for a passkey, enter 0000. Headset will falsh blue when paired successfully.

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Ring tone


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This information is from the Motorola Customer Help web pages.



To connect your phone via USB to computer and access your phone's memory card:



On your phone:
  1. Press the Center Select Key
  2. Scroll to and Select Settings
  3. Scroll to and Select Connection
  4. Scroll to and Select USB Settings
  5. Scroll to and Select Default Connection
  6. Scroll to and Select Memory Card
    This directs the USB connection to your memory card. Attach the Motorola Original USB cable to the accessory port on your phone and to an available USB port on your computer.
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space.gif space.gif answer.gif To put ring tones on your phone using Motorola Phone Tools 4.36c and higher:
  1. Start Motorola Phone Tools.
  2. Choose your phone's profile or create a new profile.
  3. Click OK to wait for a picture of your phone to appear or for your phone to be setup for the first time.
  4. Once the image of your phone appears in the lower right of your computer screen select Multimedia Studio.
  5. On the screen that pops up select Melody Studio.
  6. Select a tab at the top of the screen to find a source for a ring tone. (Samples, My Melodies, My PC, My CD, My Phone).
  7. Select an audio phone you wish to transfer or edit.
  8. Edit the file to your taste or simply choose Transfer to phone.
  9. The file will be put in your ringtone folder.
To transfer music to your phone via Bluetooth(The computer must have a Bluetooth Profile that supports OBEX File Transfer ):
Note: The steps you may need to use to transfer music via Bluetooth may differ from the steps used below. A PC and a Motorola PC850 Bluetooth Adapter were used in the steps seen below.
  1. On your computer
    1. Go to My Bluetooth Places
    2. On your phone
      1. Push Menu
      2. Scroll to and Select Bluetooth
      3. Scroll to and Select Setup
      4. Turn Bluetooth Power On
      5. Push Back (right softkey)
      6. Scroll to and Select Find Me
      7. Press Back several times to return to the home screen
    3. Double click Find Bluetooth Devices
    4. Let your computer search and find your device
    5. Double Click on Motorola Phone (Phone's default name is "Motorola Phone" unless you have renamed it in Bluetooth>Setup>Name
    6. Double Click on OBEX File Transfer on Motorola Phone
    7. Computer will be prompted to enter a Passkey
    8. Enter 0000 on your computer and press OK
    9. Phone will ask if you want to Bond with your computer. Select Yes or No
    10. Phone will then prompt you to enter the 0000 Passkey then press OK
    11. Phone will then prompt to Grant or Deny OBEX File Transfer
    12. Double click on audio Folder
    13. Phone will then prompt to Grant or Deny OBEX File Transfer
    14. Computer will now display a conversations and voicerecords folder. Copy and paste or Drag and Drop your m4a (AAC) or MP3 ring tones to the audio folder and NOT into the conversations or voicerecords Folders.
    15. Phone will then prompt to Grant or Deny OBEX File Transfer to complete the transfer
Note: By putting ring tones on your phone using Bluetooth or Motorola phone tools, you may not be able to remove the ringtone from your phone. Motorola is aware of this and in the future removing the user added ringtones


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use your bluetooth to pair and send the music or you can copy then via the usb cable to pc then transfer them.

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