Need some help with erasing Bluetooth passkey. I have used the phone successfully for about a month with a Parrot CK3000 Evolution car kit. Somehow the bluetooth connection was lost, and I attempted to pair again, but unfortunately used the wrong passkey 0000 instead of 1234. Now when I try to pair the phone just sits there "pairing" but will not connect - I have waited more than one hour without success. When pressing and holding on the device in the bluetooth list on the phone I do not get the Unpair option, just Pair and connect. I have tried Clear Data in Bluetooth Share, Factory reset via settings & via pressing volume & power, I have tried SD card upgrade using the software on the Huawei web site, I have tried Factory Data reset (unmounting and formatting SD card). The wrong passkey 0000 is still stored somewhere and I cannot for the life of me find it, and erase it so I can enter the correct one. Have the Android developers not catered for numpties like me who sometimes enter the wrong passkey? Grateful for any help. BTW the password for my wifi router is also stored in there somewhere through all the rebuilds as above as I do not need to enter it when connecting to it.