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By Mueller-M, Junior Member on 16th December 2003, 09:50 PM
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Hello,

I have a Navman 4100 GPS (30 hour standby ) bluetooth reciever. To complete the bluetooth pairing I have to enter a pin code but I don't have it. The manual says the pin code is 'navman' but I only can enter numbers?! :roll:

can anybody help me?
 
 
16th December 2003, 10:36 PM |#2  
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Try all zero's.
17th December 2003, 11:00 PM |#3  
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Same problem here, all zeroes doesn't work for me.

Towa - we need your skillz!
26th December 2003, 04:33 PM |#4  
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Same problem here, all zeroes doesn't work for me.

Towa - we need your skillz!

i got mine working now...
my friend used a registry editor to do the stuff without pairing...
he tried the othe bt gps which requires only digit pin code....
then found it was assigned by xda2 on com 5....
27th December 2003, 02:42 PM |#5  
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So how do I pair mine? Help!
27th December 2003, 03:55 PM |#6  
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you are saying 0000 doesnt work??
28th December 2003, 12:19 PM |#7  
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Hello,

the solution is the widcomm bluetooth driver!

ftp://www.shawus.com

Username is hydrosphere, password is 12345
Filename: BluetoothGPS.cab

You have to copy it to your XDA and install, then you can connect to Navman.

But my problems are the settings for tomtom?
The tomtom GPS 2.09 Version have no Navman 4100 / 4400 Settings!

Does anybody know the settings for tomtom?

:?:
29th December 2003, 05:02 PM |#8  
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Originally Posted by Mueller-M

Hello,

the solution is the widcomm bluetooth driver!

ftp://www.shawus.com

Username is hydrosphere, password is 12345
Filename: BluetoothGPS.cab

You have to copy it to your XDA and install, then you can connect to Navman.

But my problems are the settings for tomtom?
The tomtom GPS 2.09 Version have no Navman 4100 / 4400 Settings!

Does anybody know the settings for tomtom?

:?:


Where do I find the cab-file? the url dont seems to work out.
2nd January 2004, 11:00 PM |#9  
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you are saying 0000 doesnt work??

No it doesn't.

Anyone? I need to use my GPS tomorrow as we're off to reading... Help!
2nd January 2004, 11:01 PM |#10  
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Originally Posted by Mueller-M

Hello,

the solution is the widcomm bluetooth driver!

ftp://www.shawus.com

Username is hydrosphere, password is 12345
Filename: BluetoothGPS.cab

You have to copy it to your XDA and install, then you can connect to Navman.

But my problems are the settings for tomtom?
The tomtom GPS 2.09 Version have no Navman 4100 / 4400 Settings!

Does anybody know the settings for tomtom?

:?:

The CAB file isn't there for me, has it been removed? I'd prefer to use the MS stack, can someone tell me how I can pair them up?
2nd January 2004, 11:02 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by TechNation

Same problem here, all zeroes doesn't work for me.

Towa - we need your skillz!

i got mine working now...
my friend used a registry editor to do the stuff without pairing...
he tried the othe bt gps which requires only digit pin code....
then found it was assigned by xda2 on com 5....

You got a 4400 paired with an XDA-II using the microsoft bluetooth stack?

Xav

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