Question about Computers & Internet
First, Id recommend for you to pair up your computer and the device with a bluetooth so you can do a 1 time set up and everytime, it will not ask a pass key.
The passkey will be from the original device you are using (source) check it there if its pre programmed or sometimes it pops out right before the transfer occurs. you will be the one to set it up so the receiving unit will need to input it to make sure the device is known.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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