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      07-25-2006 10:07 PM #1
      I just got a new phone and went to hook up my Motorola HS850 to it only to realize I lost the pin number for it. It's not stored anywhere I can find on my old phone, Motorola V360. Is there anyway I can get the PIN off my old phone or am I SOL?
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    2. 07-25-2006 11:21 PM #2
      it's not 0000?

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      07-26-2006 12:22 AM #3
      all the Moto headsets I've got are 0000
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      07-26-2006 03:09 AM #4
      Quote, originally posted by Mike@TripleZoom »
      I just got a new phone and went to hook up my Motorola HS850 to it only to realize I lost the pin number for it. It's not stored anywhere I can find on my old phone, Motorola V360. Is there anyway I can get the PIN off my old phone or am I SOL?
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    5. 07-26-2006 11:03 AM #5
      Quote, originally posted by Mike@TripleZoom »
      I just got a new phone and went to hook up my Motorola HS850 to it only to realize I lost the pin number for it. It's not stored anywhere I can find on my old phone, Motorola V360. Is there anyway I can get the PIN off my old phone or am I SOL?
      Mike


      Quote, originally posted by motorola site »

      6. Put down the phone and pick up the headset. Starting with the headset powered off, hold down the Call button for 6 to 10 seconds until the light stays lit. (Initially, the light will flash a few times before staying lit.)

      7. With the light steadily lit, flip out the boom. The light should stay lit. If the light is flashing, or if the light starts flashing anytime during steps 8 through 13, the headset is not in pairing mode, and steps 6 and 7 need to be repeated beginning with the headset powered off.

      8. Go back to the phone and select "New". The phone will start searching for Bluetooth enabled devices.

      9. A list of one or more Bluetooth devices will appear on the screen. Once "Motorola HS850" appears on the screen, select "Stop" or wait for the phone to finish searching.

      10. Select "Motorola HS850."

      11. A screen will appear asking for the "Passcode. Enter 0000, and select "Ok." Since the pairing is complete, the light on the headset will be flashing.

      12. To be able to use the Bluetooth device, under the heading "Paired Devices" with "Motorola HS850" highlighted, select "Options."

      13. Lastly, select "Connect." Now the devices are paired and connected.






      Modified by egecko at 7:08 AM 7-26-2006

    6. 07-26-2006 12:51 PM #6
      Quote, originally posted by egecko »

      Modified by egecko at 7:08 AM 7-26-2006

      so basically what I said?


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      07-26-2006 07:04 PM #7
      Every single consumer bluetooth headset I've seen (Moto, Plantronics, Axe, etc) has the lock code as "0000".

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      07-27-2006 08:56 AM #8
      Thanks everyone for pointing out the obvious
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    9. 08-05-2006 08:43 AM #9
      So is it now working???

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