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Bluetooth H700 bonding

I recently bought this bluetooth from a friend of mine and have no manual with it. I've never owned one and am trying to set it up. I get my phone to discover it, but once it's found and it ask if I want to bond with it and I select yes, it ask for a pin number. Where do I go from here?

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Ask your friend what is the pin he use to it... or try the default code 000000

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