I tried to research this on this forum but got confused. Sometimes, someone starts a thread about the Rider2 and bluetooth and then someone offers a "helpful" suggestion that relates to bluetooth and another TomTom device. Regrettably, going off topic, even slightly, confuses a novice like me because people start talking apples and oranges....\n\nAnyway, here goes: I have the TomTom Rider2 which came with the scala rider headset (USA). I have latest maps and updates for the unit. EVERYTHING WORKS GREAT.\n\nI want to use a regular bluetooth device with this unit when I am in the car using the car cradle. I have the Jabra BT8040.\n\nThe Rider2 detects the bluetooth device and asks me if I want to connect. Then it asks for a password which I don't have because this is a headset not phone. Of course, I then get an error message.\n\nCan someone explain how to connect a bluetooth device to my TomTom Rider2 or if it is even possible? Some posts I read say you can do it without explaining how to, but other posts imply you can't. I am so confused.\n\nCan you use a standard bluetooth (normally for a cellphone) headset with the Rider2 or not? And how do you do it?\n\nBy the way, when someone says they are using BRAND X bluetooth headset with their Rider2 and can't get it to work, a comment like "I use the same brand bluetooth headset with my TomTom XXX (put in any model number you want) and it works great " you are being VERY UNHELPFUL. Go to the FORUM for that model and post away but in this case, I was being mislead by comments like that because my problem wasn't in the headset, but was in the proper procedure to pair it with the TomTom Rider2. SEE MY SOLUTION TO MY PROBLEM IN THE NEXT POST. Keep your comments in the correct FORUM and it will actually help people better.