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Old 06-09-2008, 05:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just installed a Motorola USB Blue Tooth adapter on my PC and my BB found my PC but it's asking me for a Numeric and Alpha-numeric Pass Key, well I didn't configure any kind of Pass Key during the Blue Tooth installation, so I don't know what to enter?

Is it something that I'm gonna have to deal with Motorola about?

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Old 06-09-2008, 05:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If your new PC BT device doesn't have it (default pass key) in its documentation, perhaps it's asking you to DEFINE a pass key, then you'll have to enter the same one on the other side to connect.

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Most likely you will input the same pass key on device and pc. Some bt adapters like ear buds etc which have no way of setting it have a default key.
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So does this mean that everytime I use a BT device it's going to ask me for a Pass Key?

I don't like that!
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It only asks when you first pair it. Then after that it won't ask you again. For the Motorolas, use 0000
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Negative. This is just for the initial pairing.
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Every bt headset passkey I've seen has been 0000. Jabra, Moto, Plantronics, Aliph, all 0000.
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Some are 1234
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Quote:
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Some are 1234
I have had about 12 to 15 different BT devices and they were all 1234
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I have had about 12 to 15 different BT devices and they were all 1234
Well color me purple. I've only seen 0000.
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Sony, Jawbone, iTech, Parrot(4 differnt ones) just to name a few.
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Moto, plantronics, jabra are 0000.
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