Bluetooth wireless technology
fore, to switch over to a wireless headset with Bluetooth
technology, you may need to break an existing Bluetooth
wireless connection, for example, to a mobile phone.
For further information on searching for devices with Blue-
tooth technology, see "Download contacts" on page 56 and
"User settings" on page 58.
If you wish to start Bluetooth pairing with a selected device
supporting Bluetooth technology:
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Pairing using a Bluetooth passcode
To create a connection using Bluetooth wireless technology,
you will need to exchange Bluetooth passcodes with the device
you are connecting to for the first time. This operation is called
pairing. The Bluetooth passcode is a 1- to 16-character-long
If the devices have been successfully paired, you will not need
to repeat this procedure when establishing further Bluetooth
wireless connections between the devices. Some devices come
with a fixed Bluetooth passcode that is supplied with the
device. Please refer to the user's guide that is applicable for the
accessory that you are using. When prompted by the car kit
phone, enter this passcode.
If a fixed passcode is not supplied with a device with Bluetooth
technology (e.g. a mobile phone) or the passcode prompt does
not appear on the car kit phone display, you can make up a
suitable passcode. When prompted, enter this passcode into the
two devices sharing a Bluetooth connection. Then follow the
instructions shown on the displays of the two devices.
If the car kit phone has found a compatible mobile phone which
supports the Bluetooth SIM Access Profile standard, you will be
prompted to enter a special Bluetooth passcode. In this case,
the car kit phone will show a randomly chosen 16-character-
long numeric code on the display, which you now have to key
into the compatible mobile phone to be paired with the car kit
phone. Note that you will have to be prepared to do this quickly.
This passcode is used only once and you do not have to