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Old 05-05-2010, 05:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I purchased a new BMG with the assumption that I can pair it with a stereo BT headset so that I can watch TV while working out without the cords, etc... Now that I have all the hardware I noticed that there are no instructions as to how I can pair two BT devices in the absence of a screen or ability to enter password(s)... How can this be done??
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Push on the center of the Gateway until the indicator light flashes intermittently red and blue. Immediately on your Blackberry go to
-Manage Connections (looks like an antenna)
-Set Up Bluetooth
then
-Search

As long as the Gateway is still flashing Red-Blue Your Blackberry should show audi device found (or something like that) and Display "Blackberry Stereo Gateway". Click on it and it will connect and ask for the 4 digit PIN number. I think its 0000 (most are). If that doesn't work try again with 1234. The Gateway should now be flashing just blue and you are all set to go. I did this by memory so it may not be perfect. If you have any problems leave a post and I'll go through the steps on mine to see what I missed.
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Originally Posted by ultraspaz
Push on the center of the Gateway until the indicator light flashes intermittently red and blue. Immediately on your Blackberry go to
-Manage Connections (looks like an antenna)
-Set Up Bluetooth
then
-Search

As long as the Gateway is still flashing Red-Blue Your Blackberry should show audi device found (or something like that) and Display "Blackberry Stereo Gateway". Click on it and it will connect and ask for the 4 digit PIN number. I think its 0000 (most are). If that doesn't work try again with 1234. The Gateway should now be flashing just blue and you are all set to go. I did this by memory so it may not be perfect. If you have any problems leave a post and I'll go through the steps on mine to see what I missed.
Thanks for taking your time with the response. However, I already can pair the BMG with my BB and this is not my question. I am trying to pair the BMG directly with a stereo bluetooth headset, without even involving the blackberry. The BMG would broadcast the audio from my tv, and I would capture it with the BT headset - no blackberry. I have no idea how I can pair the stereo BT headset with the BMG.
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