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I have an orange amsterdam phone trying to pair with bluetooth and it asks me for an activation code. I have never set one and the book doesn't tell me what the factory setting is

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Pairing is a two part activity. On the device you are trying to pair with, you will need to set it to search for a bluetooth device to pair with. On that device, it should give you an activation code.
For example, when pairing with my car, I go into the menu, phone, and "pair". It tells me the activation code is 0000 (pretty common one, so you may want to try it). I put this in, and the phone pairs with the car.

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