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Pairing i have lost my manual and can't remember the passkey for pairing with my nokia 6682 bluetooth, can anyone help me out?

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  • rhys norman Feb 09, 2009

    i need to pair my nokia 6300 to my blue ant supertooth 11

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There are 3 codes to try for these units. 0000, 8888 and 1234. This from the manual after taking the thing apart and dinking around checking voltages. Also on some units with a joystick type button beware that the LED lens is a Button !! That threw me fits. Its all working now and, up to 30 ft away to boot. Nice unit.

BTW the small hole on top is a MIC. I stuck it with a pin thinking
it was a reset button : /

The manual is like 1/10th scale and very hard to read, its in Chenglish. I took mine apart, found the second button and pressed that to sync it thinking, hmm how am I going to turn it off once I put the cover back on ?

Put it back together and took a chance and pressed hard on the LED lens and Bingo ! It started its sync up. 0000 did NOT work, 8888 did for me on my Palm Treo 755P phone with Ptunes. Shows up as an R36.

Very good sounding unit. Just took me a while to fingure out.

God Bless Ya'All
G'luck with yours.

Posted on May 03, 2009

  • y0maan May 03, 2009

    Oops just noticed I'm in a generic thread. This info is for an Itech Stereo Bluetooth Headset. Nice Unit !! Bought on Ebay 10 bux, 28 shipping from China.

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