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Skullcandy Jib Wireless asking for pin to connect?

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Finally was able to get computer to recognize device. Now trying to get it to connect and it is asking me for a pin. I've tried 0000,1111,and 1234. I cant find anything online that is helpful.
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Question by John Wyatt telford 4:27pm, 9th November 2019

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Juan (Admin) responded : 12:12am, 12th November 2019 (5 years ago)
You've deleted old parings on the PC and rebooted it ?

Elizabeth M Manning responded : 2:38pm, 3rd April 2020 (4 years ago)
I am having the exact same issue. If anyone has any ideas, please...

Chris (Admin) responded : 6:05pm, 5th April 2020 (4 years ago)
You've tried the common pins 0000 or 1234 Elizabeth ?

Sarah Jones responded : 6:49am, 29th June 2023 (1 year ago)
So I encountered this issue tonight trying to pair my daughters new headphones, I held down the volume up and volume down button to make the lights flash red and blue, then once the phone had discovered the head phones I tapped to connect and it asked for a pin so I entered a generic one to which it said couldn't connect, then I held down the power button and the volume down button until the light was flashing blue then I tapped to connect again and it connected! Hope this helps I found this forum while I was searching for answers myself

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