Bluetooth pairing wants a PIN? {SOLVED}

I bought some new Philips bluetooth headphones model TAH6506 which use bluetooth version 5.0 which my Sony Xperia XZ3 with iode’ 4.4 also uses. The headphones appear during pairing but my phone wants a PIN code which my friend pairing his phone to my headphones does not need. So is iode’ using some security setting that other phones don’t use for bluetooth and can I disable this?


It finally worked and didn’t ask for a PIN code. I have no idea why except that I had deleted all the previous pairing attempts to my Philips headphones.

It sounds perfect and the volume controls on the headphones also works perfectly. This gives me a battery readout for the headphones on my phone as well!


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