There's a bug in the Bluetooth®-stack of OS X® 10.8 in the context of pairing a Sony® PS3 BD Remote. OS X® 10.8 will ask you to enter a PIN code when you try to connect your remote control. This problem is known by Apple®.
If you pair your Sony® PS3 BD Remote with your Mac® for the first time
Use Remote Buddy's Setup Wizard to pair your remote control
Restart your Mac® directly after the pairing was successful, while the remote is still connected.
The remote should now work without problems.
If you've already paired the Sony® PS3 BD Remote with your Mac®
First, we'll need to remove the Link Key of your Mac® from the memory of your remote control. Since this remote control can only store one Link Key, it's as easy as pairing the remote control with another Mac®. To do so, open System Preferences > Bluetooth on another Mac® and pair your remote with it.
All steps that follow should be performed on the Mac® that you want to use your remote control with.
Remove - if it exists - the entry of your remote control at Remote Buddy > Preferences > Hardware ® Bluetooth Receiver. The entry usually is titled "BD Remote".
If existant, remove the device "BD Remote" from System Preferences > Bluetooth.
Delete the Bluetooth preferences files by entering the following in Terminal.app and hitting return (Warning: this deletes all information about all paired Bluetooth® devices):
In order to automatically activate the Bluetooth® Receiver on startup, enter the settings, choose "Hardware", then click on "Bluetooth® Receiver". Finally activate the checkbox "Search for supported remotes on startup". Remote Buddy will then automatically look for remote control paired through the "Setup Wizard" on next startup.
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