This article's screenshots and procedure were made with iOS 8.3 on an iPhone 4s. You will need the printed Quick Start Guide, User Manual, or the pairing document from Related Pages below for the configuration barcodes.
- With the scanner, scan the following configuration barcodes from your printed documentation:
- In Settings, Bluetooth, the scanner shows in the DEVICES list of devices available to to paired. By default, the scanner shows as "Wasp Barcode" or "Wasp Bar" (but the one in the screenshot has been renamed 0024092). Tap the scanner's name.
- Later scanner models don't require a PIN code. If you don't get a Bluetooth Pairing Request on the screen, skip to step 4.
If you get a Bluetooth Pairing Request, scan these configuration barcodes:
• Scan Start Pin.
• For each digit in the code shown on your screen, scan the corresponding barcode. Note: The code is randomly generated, so enter the code from your screen. The code in the screenshot below is an example only.
• Scan Enter.
• Scan Stop Pin.
- The scanner should show as connected in the MY DEVICES list.
- Test the connection. Launch Notes or another application that accepts text input, and scan a barcode (don't use a configuration barcode). The data in the barcode should appear as if typed by a keyboard.