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Dont know numeric pass key devices ask for when attempting pairing with keyboard

My device asks me to enter numeric passkey for think outside keyboard how do i know what this is is it standard eg 000

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THE FIRST TIME YOU USE IT IT IS 0000

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A trusted relationship is established between the devices using a numerical password, commonly referred to as a passkey.
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It is essentially a passkey manager remembers the specific details for other trusted Bluetooth devices.
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Before attempting to pair two Bluetooth devices for the first time, it is recommended to have both devices fully charged, turned on and Bluetooth enabled.
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There are many types of devices on the market and just as many ways to put your device into discoverable or searching modes.
It is recommended you view the documentation for your specific devices to determine how to enter these modes.
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The passkey is a four-digit number you supply at the time you are establishing your trusted relationship between devices.
If a specific passkey is set by the manufacturer, you can try "0000," or you might have to find the passkey in your device's documentation and enter that instead.
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I just went through this 30 minutes ago.

When you are asked for the passkey, click on generate passkey or choose one for me.

a passkey will appear on the computer

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The passkey is 0000
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