Q: Q: How do I Pair a Bluetooth device?

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How do I Pair a Bluetooth device?

Before you can use a mobile device through the Bluetooth system, you will first have to pair the device. Pairing the device only takes a few steps:

  1. Press audio or phone depending on what you are pairing.

  2. Follow the on screen directions. A passkey will then be displayed on the system.

  3. Follow the instructions on your phone to pair the device. You will need the passkey displayed in step 2.

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