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    where do I find my pin code. Or passkey?? Thanx in advance.
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    You want to set a pin to lock your phone?
    Open "Screen & Lock", then go to "Secure Unlock"
    Choose to either set a PIN or Password.
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    If it's a bluetooth device, just type in 0000
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    I assume you are talking about bluetooth pairing. You get that from the manual for the bluetooth device. Usually 0000, but I have a car radio that is 8888
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    0000 or 1234 are the typical codes.
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    It's always factory set to some default. 9999 on one of my devices.
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    If all else fails, RTFM
    If you found my post useful then please sign up for a Dropbox Account, I could use the extra 250mb of storage.

    HOW TO: Zip/Unzip via Pre/Pixi using Terminal
    HOW TO: Modify DTMF audio (webOS 1.4.5 or earlier)
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    I was able to transfer just a few contacts (130 contacts of 1041 contacts) via Bluetooth connection using a 0000 pin

    i am transferring it to Nokia Lumia 521 phone from a blackerry Pearl 8100.

    Why would it not let me know complete all the transfers. Is the capacity on Nokia Lumia just a few 1000 contacts & not much more?

    why would it not transfer all using NOKIA's transfer my data app.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schwartzd1 View Post
    If it's a bluetooth device, just type in 0000
    Thank u sooooooooooooo much it worked
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrwonka75 View Post
    where do I find my pin code. Or passkey?? Thanx in advance.
    What is my mercedes e200 bluetooth password?
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    Read the manual, ask your dealer or try one if the suggestions above. Alternatively: look/set it up in your MB system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarmad Choudhry View Post
    What is my mercedes e200 bluetooth password?
    LOL.. not sure why we would know your BT password for your car. It should be in the owner's manual in your glovebox.



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    Quote Originally Posted by schwartzd1 View Post
    If it's a bluetooth device, just type in 0000
    Thank you so much!!!! I would have never figured that out by myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laingman View Post
    I assume you are talking about bluetooth pairing. You get that from the manual for the bluetooth device. Usually 0000, but I have a car radio that is 8888
    Where do i put the code in at on my phone
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    Quote Originally Posted by smays View Post
    Where do i put the code in at on my phone
    When the pairing is successful you will get a prompt with a little field to input the code. If you are asking I assume the pairing was not successful. I have seen paring without prompt for a code before tho.
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    5d:ab:6f:fa:8100
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    Where do I find my passkey for my Bluetooth
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    it prompts you to enter when its time.
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    This thread is entertaining.

    I also appreciate the people making single posts just to say thanks.
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