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BT device asking for PIN when pairing. 
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I have a older Sony VAIO VGN-TX750P. When I try to pair with the BTSA1, it recognizes the product but asks for a PIN and won't take no for an answer, so the connection fails. The VAIO successfully pairs with my mouse. What do I do?


Wed Mar 12, 2014 9:21 pm

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I've tried a standard PIN for this type. If I manage to find it in my user history, I'll send it to you, but you can look for it online too.
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The 16 alphanumeric PIN is used in the pairing algorithm used in the BT Core specification 2.0 +EDR and earlier.

The Authentication_Enable parameter controls if the local device requires to authenticate the remote device at connection setup.
If set to 0x00 Authentiction is not required; this is "no code" it is not the same as 0000.

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