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Wont pair no passcode

Won't pair no passcode

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The passcode is 0000 (four zeros)

Here's the link to the user manual:
https://techtrain.samsungwireless.com/tekweb/Misc/Main/Accessories/WEP500_ug.pdf

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Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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  • Step 2 Go into the Bluetooth menu on your cell phone to find the passcode for your cellphone. The Bluetooth menu for your phone is typically located under the "Settings" menu. In the Settings menu there should be an option to "Get code" or something comparable, which would allow you to find the code for your phone.
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  • Step 2 Go into the Bluetooth menu on your cell phone to find the passcode for your cellphone. The Bluetooth menu for your phone is typically located under the "Settings" menu. In the Settings menu there should be an option to "Get code" or something comparable, which would allow you to find the code for your phone.
  • Step 3 Go into the Settings menu for your computer to find its Bluetooth passcode. Some laptops will randomly generate a new Bluetooth passcode for you each time you want to pair them with a new device. In that case the menu setting you're looking for is something like "Generate new pairing code."
  • Step 4 Look in the instruction book for your Bluetooth accessory if you cannot find the passcode attached to the device or in its menu. Many manufacturers will print the passcode for devices in their instruction book. If you still can't find the passcode, try using all zeros.

  • Read more: How to Find a Bluetooth Passcode | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5169210_bluetooth-passcode.html#ixzz0vcmCZd00
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  • Read more: How to Find a Bluetooth Passcode | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5169210_bluetooth-passcode.html#ixzz0vcmCZd00

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