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I bought this bluetooth for my gaming system and when i tried to connect it, it said i need a passkey and i do not have the passkey

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Try 1234? if not need more info on devices.

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Look in the manual for your bluetooth headset for the default pairing pin or passkey. It is typically "0000" or "1234".

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Just bought the bluetooth and its asking for a passkey. idk if that passkey comes from my phone or the bluetooth, and how can i find out what that passkey is


go to the menu on your phone select manage connections set up bluetooth then you'll see search listen, etc. position on search don't press yet
get your ear piece ready: press the on button and hold it until you see a solid blue light (not blinking but solid) if it blinks try again until you get a solid blue light (it takes about 5-8 seconds) when that happens go to your phone and press search it will look for devices (it may find several) look for your earpiece model and select it
it will ask for a code or passkey, type 0000. Then it's going to ask if you want to bond or pair click yes and it will connect
check on the connection manager again and your bluetooth should be on and connected.
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