[Loadstone] Pass Code

Polaris-17 djpolar at gmail.com
Fri Aug 30 20:51:26 BST 2013

yeah alright. If it won't help then try 0000.

On 2013-08-30 21:48, Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:
> You won't need a passcode to connect to the bluetooth receiver. You 
> only need it if you want to pair the phone with the device and you do 
> not want to do this. If you do every time you turn on the receiver it 
> will make a useless connection to the phone and prevent it from 
> working propperly with any application. Just turn on the receiver, 
> start up loadstone and use the option in the gps submenu to connect to 
> the receiver and all should be well.
> On Fri, 30 Aug 2013, Milos Przic wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I installed the latest version of Loadstone on my Nokia 6120 classic. 
>> I did it before but I can't remember now what passcode should I use 
>> for my gps device when connecting for the first time. I have an 
>> I-Blue 737a plus, so is there a default pass code for the bluetooth 
>> connection to work properly? I would't ask here but I am not able to 
>> find the user manual of the device as I probably lost it somewhere.
>> Thanks to all in advance, and best regards!
>>          Milos( Prz(ic
>> twitter: MilosPrzic
>> skype: Milosh-hs
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