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With Bluetooth, you can connect your Windows Phone device to just about any Bluetooth accessory you can imagine: Headsets, speakers, keyboards, other phones, anything. If you’re asked for a passcode, try 1234 or 0000. If those don’t work, you’ll need to grab your device’s manual to find the exact passcode.

  1. In the App list, tap Settings.
  2. On the Settings screen, tap Bluetooth and change its status to On.
  3. Your phone will search for nearby Bluetooth devices. Your phone will also be “discoverable” meaning other Bluetooth devices can see and pair with it when you’re on this screen.
  4. Ensure the Bluetooth device you want to pair is turned on and is discoverable. The process for making your device discoverable varies; you might need to check the Bluetooth device’s manual.
  5. In the list of available Bluetooth devices, tap the accessory you want to pair with.
  6. If the device requires a PIN or pairing code, enter that code on your phone.


Tip: To find instructions to make your Bluetooth device discoverable and to find the PIN or pairing code, check your devices manual or search for your device on

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