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When you are pairing your TOMTOM with a BlueTooth-enabled cellular phone, your TomTom will ask you to enter "0000" when the phone asks for a pin. In order not to have to enter the pass code every time you want to connect to the phone, declare the TomTom as a trusted device. When you are pairing the two make sure that the phone is "visible for xxxx minutes" or "always visible".
try this, pair from the tomtom and not your BB, set your blackberry's bluetooth to discoverable.
from the tomtom search for BT devices, your BB should show up, connect to it, and when asked for a passkey try entering 1234 or 0000. if those dont work your BB should show that the tomtom is attempting to connect and should ask you whether to accept or deny, it may then ask for a passkey which you specify on your BB which you then enter on the tomtom
Switch on your device.
Tap "Change Preferences" on screen.
Tap "Arrow right" on screen.
You are looking for "Bluetooth Preferences, mine is on screen7 of 8, then tap "Blue.Pref.".
Enable Bluetooth first then tap Connect to Bluetooth device. The device will look for other devices. Ensure your other device (phone) is also on and is Visable.
Choose the device you want to connect to. Only one device can connect at a time.
When you get a prompt for "PASSCODE" enter "0000" in to the field.
Set the new link as "Trusted" or add it to the "Whitelist" to persist the link.