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Old 01-06-2008, 01:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ever tried to pair a blackberry pearl 8100 with a 2008 Ford Edge sync system. I am trying like hell and am very discouraged that it won't pair. I keep getting a passkey to enter but all that happens when I enter the passkey onto the 8100 it reads "unable to pair"

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ever tried to pair a blackberry pearl 8100 with a 2008 Ford Edge sync system. I am trying like hell and am very discouraged that it won't pair. I keep getting a passkey to enter but all that happens when I enter the passkey onto the 8100 it reads "unable to pair"

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If your passkey is numbers, did you hold the numbers key to enter passkey??
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never actually help down the number key because when it goes into pairing mode the number key stays highlighted and also you can see that is number and not letters entered in before they go *****
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did you check the manual for the passcode for the sync? it may or may not be the default 0000 for bluetooth. also holden is correct, make sure you hold the alt key.
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never actually help down the number key because when it goes into pairing mode the number key stays highlighted and also you can see that is number and not letters entered in before they go *****
Ok, just checking...

Just a thought...
Did you see the other primer on Lexus that was posted last week? It may give you a clue... There are a lot of issues as you have found, pairing BB devices with bluetooth...

Luxus link... Lexus address book transfer.doc

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