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Pairing Guide: Parrot Bluetooth Car Kits

Monday 11th May 2009 by Andy Simpson in How to Guides.

If you’ve ever had a car kit fitted, chances are that the engineer who fitted it paired your phone to it for you and it ‘just worked’ without you having to do anything to set it up. The only downside to this of course, is when you upgrade your phone you’re left with a car kit thats looking for an old phone, and a new phone that can’t find the car kit.

If you’re anything like me, user manuals get thrown in the back of a drawer, never to be seen again, so figuring out how to get your new phone to work with your Parrot car kit could be quite a challenge. To help you out, I’ve put a quick guide together on how to pair your phone with Parrot’s most recent car kits. So as long as you know how to search for Bluetooth devices on your phone you should get connected again in no time at all.

You’ll find instructions below on how to pair your phone with the following car kits:

 

Parrot CK3000:

1. Start the car and ensure the car kit is on.
2. Activate Bluetooth on your phone, and search for Bluetooth devices.
3. Select "Parrot CK" from the list.
4. Enter 1234 on your phone when prompted.
5. The Parrot CK3000 will sound a beep when connected to your phone.

Your phone has now been paired with the Car Kit and is ready for use.

Parrot CK3000 Evolution:

1. Start the car and ensure the car kit is on.
2. Activate Bluetooth on your phone, and search for Bluetooth devices.
3. Select Parrot EVOL from the list.
4. Enter 1234 on your phone when prompted.
5. The Parrot CK3000 Evolution says "Pairing successful" when both devices are paired and will sound a beep when connected to your phone.

Your phone has now been paired with the Car Kit and is ready for use.

Parrot CK3100, CK3300 & CK3500:

1. Start the car and ensure the car kit is on.
2. Activate Bluetooth on your phone, and search for Bluetooth devices.
3. Select Parrot CK from the list.
4. Enter 1234 on your phone when prompted.
5. The Parrot CK3000 Series will say"Pairing successful" when both devices are paired and will sound a beep when connected to your phone.

Your phone has now been paired with the Car Kit and is ready for use.

Parrot CK3200 & CK3400:

1. Start the car and ensure the car kit is on.
2. Press then turn the scroll wheel of the remote controls until the Settings menu is displayed and then press the scroll wheel.
3. Select "Pair with…" and select your mobile phone’s model and confirm. If your phone’s model is not displayed, select Other Phones.
4. Activate Bluetooth on your phone, and search for Bluetooth devices.
5. Select the Parrot 3200LS / Parrot 3400LS from the list and enter the pin number shown on the car kit display.

Your phone has now been paired with the Car Kit and is ready for use. The phone book will be synchronised automatically if supported by your phone and car kit.

Parrot MK6000:

1. Start the car and ensure the car kit is on.
2. Activate Bluetooth on your phone, and search for Bluetooth devices.
3. Select MK6000 from the list.
4. Enter 0000 on your phone when prompted.
5. The Parrot MK6000 says "Pairing successful" when both devices are paired and will sound a beep when connected to your phone.

Your phone has now been paired with the Car Kit and is ready for use. The phone book will be synchronised automatically if supported by your phone and car kit.

Parrot MK6100:

1. Start the car and ensure the car kit is on.
2. Press then turn the scroll wheel of the remote controls until the Settings menu is displayed and then press the scroll wheel.
3. Select "Pair with…" and select your mobile phone’s model and confirm.
If your phone’s model is not displayed, select Other Phones.
4. Activate Bluetooth on your phone, and search for Bluetooth devices.
5. Select the Parrot MK6100 from the list.
6. Enter 0000 on your phone when prompted.

Your phone has now been paired with the Car Kit and is ready for use. The phone book will be synchronised automatically if supported by your phone and car kit.

Parrot MKi9000:

1. Start the car and ensure the car kit is on.
2. Activate Bluetooth on your phone, and search for Bluetooth devices.
3. Select Parrot MKi9000 from the list and enter 0000 on your phone when you are prompted to enter a PIN code.
4. The kit will say "Pairing Successful"

Your phone has now been paired with the Car Kit and is ready for use. The phone book will be synchronised automatically if supported by your phone and car kit.

Parrot MKi9100 & MKi9200:

1. Start the car and ensure the car kit is on.
2. Press the jog wheel and rotate to scroll to Settings > Bluetooth > Pair with…. >
If your model of mobile phone appears from the list, select it and confirm by pressing the jog wheel. If your mobile phone model doesn’t appear from the list, select the Other phones option.
3. Activate Bluetooth on your phone, and search for Bluetooth devices.
4. Select Parrot Car Kit from the list and enter 0000 on your phone when you are prompted to enter a PIN code.

Your phone has now been paired with the Car Kit and is ready for use. The phonebook will be syncronised automatically if supported by your phone and car kit.

Parrot RK8200:

1. Start the car and ensure the car kit is on.
2. Activate Bluetooth on your phone, and search for Bluetooth devices.
3. Select Parrot RK8200 from the list and enter 0000 on your phone when you are prompted to enter a PIN code.
4. The RK8200 will display "Pairing Successful"

Your phone has now been paired with the Car Kit and is ready for use. The phonebook will be syncronised automatically if supported by your phone and car kit.

Parrot Rhythm N’Blue:

1. Start the car and ensure the car kit is on.
2. Select Settings > Connectivity > Bluetooth.
3. Enable Bluetooth and select New Paired Device
4. Activate Bluetooth on your phone, and search for Bluetooth devices.
5. Select your Parrot Kit ( Rythm’n'Blue)
6. Enter “1234″ as Passkey, press OK.

Your phone has now been paired with the Car Kit and is ready for use. The phone book will be synchronised automatically if supported by your phone and car kit.


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  • Julian Emanuel

    i have a CK3100 and have recently upgraded to an iphone 6 plus. When I am in my car I have to pair the phone /parrot everytime when my old phone paired automatically. Can I set the pairing t be automatic. Also the iphone does not seem to synchronise to the phone book, what do I have to do to make this happen?

  • Ray

    Hello Tony – did you ever get an answer to your question – I am now stuck with the same issue. Thanks

  • Graham

    Hi I have a galaxy 3 which pairs with my parrot CK 3200no problem but will not connect with my contacts list ! Any ideas please.

  • dukeofboots

    dukeofboots

    I have a parrot ck3100 lcd does anybody the passcode .

  • Keith Rann

    I have a CK3000 and when I pair it says ‘pairing successful’ but the phone actually doesn’t pair. Any ideas? I have a Samsung Galaxy S2?

  • http://www.facebook.com/hendri.coetsee Hendri Coetsee

    Leave a messa

    Hi Al,

    I found a solution to my Samsung Galaxy S2 to Parrot CK3000
    Evolution pairing problem.

    We have 2 Samsung Galaxy S2’s and a Galaxy Y paired and up
    and running (one at a time obviously) with this car kit. It was a mission to
    get this solved. Here goes:

    ·
    You need free Bluetooth File transfer
    V5.20 from Medieval Software (NB: NOT ANY of NEWER VERSIONS as they don’t work –
    loose connection etc.)

    ·
    Download the file from here: http://www.medieval.it/blueftp-android/menu-id-68.html#twoj_fragment1-5

    ·
    Install to your phone.

    ·
    Select the Bluetooth Logo (R/H Top of screen)
    and ensure Bluetooth is turned on!

    ·
    Scan, Select and Pair with the Parrot (Car kit –
    not African Grey you idiot!)Code 1234

    Check functionality via the car kit / phone.
    The two should be paired. Turn Bluetooth on / off and also the car ignition,
    and the device should auto connect!

    It is also possible to use voice dialling with Bluetooth
    File Transfer. Here goes:

    ·
    Connect the phone to the car kit.

    ·
    Go to your contacts on the phone and select them
    one by one

    ·
    Open the contact required.

    ·
    Ensure only one number (mobile / home / office)
    in the entry. If not create a new unique entry with a single number ie. John
    Smith Mobile…….

    ·
    From the menu button select Share via..Bluetooth
    File Transfer (NOT Bluetooth)

    ·
    The file will be copied to the car kit, and the
    kit will prompt you to “say the contact’s name”

    ·
    After recording your important contacts one by
    one you should be able to voice from the car kit controls.

    Safe driving,

    Hendri

    ge…

  • Mick

    hello. i have a motorola atrix and a parrot ck3000 evolution with an interface. it works right up to the point you make a voice activated call. the parrot is then over ridden by the phone and goes into secrecy mode..Parrot don’t have an answer niether do motorola. any help welocome

  • jacinta

    thanks just tried tat on hands free an it worked great

  • http://www.facebook.com/justin.lynch.14661 Justin Lynch

    my i phone is paired with my parrot ck3100, but my phone keeps answering automatically. how can i correct this.

  • bluejunodog

    I am having the same problem with my HTC wildfire. Did you get it sorted and if so, how?

  • tony

    hi, my phone pairs up, but when i turn the car off and turn car back on the parrot wants to pair every time, so every time i go out in the car yhe parrot asks to pair,

  • Jdriley50

    what is the passcode for the parrotv5.10c

  • Karendavis266

    Help my htc wildfire wont pair with my parrot it just keeps showing pairing failed can anyone shed any light on what i have to do to get it working

  • MMIKEG194

    DOES ANYONE KNOW PAIRING CODE FOR PARROT V5 10C THANKS

  • Whitcher_ron

    I have just been given an ‘Orange Barcelona’ as a work phone but cannot get it paired and connected to my Parrot CK 3000 Evolution. My phone tells me it is paired but does not complete the connection. can anyone help me please as it is my own hands free kit.

  • Markhorner

    my samsung galaxy s2 is not finding parrot in bluetooth at all, infact i treid 3 different phones and none find it. i made sure parrot has got visibility but nowt happens. dunt know what to do

  • Andy

    Which Parrot Car Kit do you have?

  • nhlanhlozi

    I have htc p4350 I can not pair it with car kit parrot bluetooth v5.10c. it prompt passcode however after entering 1234 it prompt the message such as failure to connect or wrong passcode.

    kindly provide me with the guide to set it because I am not prepared to buy a new phone to use in a car.

    thank you.

  • Andy

    The name of the carkit on the search may change depending on the software version that the car kit is running. If you’re having problems pairing the Omnia to the kit, you may need to update the software on the car kit – the latest version for the evolution is v5.20c.

    Instructions on how to download the latest software can be found here: Parrot Updates or on the Parrot Website

  • KKJ

    I have tried to use your methond for connecting my sgh i900 on the ck evolution, it does pick up the parrot bluetooth, but not as Parrot EVOL, rather Parrot v5.0c, when i do enter the passcode on the sgh i900 (omnia), and click next, it gives a failed to connect and incorrect password error. Also when clicking next on the omina after typing password, the omnia deletes the passwords???, please help