Pair Options When Adding Bluetooth Device on Windows 7
What are pairing options when adding Bluetooth devices on my Windows 7 system? Do I have to enter the pairing code created by the Windows 7 system?
Your don't have to enter the pairing code (created by Windows 7 system) on your cell phone, when adding it as a Bluetooth device. Windows provides 3 pairing options when adding a Bluetooth device as shown in this tutorial:
1. Remove the Bluetooth connection to your cell phone as shown in the previous tutorial.
2. Go to "Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Devices and Printers". and click "Add a device". You will see your cell phone, "MYPHONE", is displayed as a device ready to connect.
3. Double-click on "MYPHONE". Sometimes Windows 7 will display pairing options instead of generating a pairing code immediately. Pairing options listed are:
Select a pairing option - Create a pairing code for me The device has a keypad. - Enter the device's pairing code The device comes with a pairing code. Check for one on the device or in the device manual. - Pair without using a code This type of device, such as a mouse, does not require a secure connection.
See the picture below:
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