Pair Bluetooth Devices in Windows

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    The first thing that we need to do is turn on the Bluetooth on the other device that we want to connect.
    In this case, it's Huawei G700. Then, make it visible.
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    Once we have enabled Bluetooth on the other device, we need to go to the charms bar by moving the mouse cursor to the upper-right corner of the screen.
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    Then, we click the gear-shaped "Settings" icon.
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    Then, we click "Change PC settings".
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    Now, we need to click "PC and devices".
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    In the new window, we need to click "Bluetooth".
    We have to wait for Bluetooth to search for the other device. This might take some time, so we have to be patient. Now, if our PC doesn't recognize any of the devices or can't see anything, we can start the search on the other device. In this case, the other device is found.
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    We can click the other device.
    It is "Huawei G700-U10" in this video.
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    Then, we click "Pair".
    A screen will appear with a passcode. The other device should show the same code. In this case, the system asks us: "Does the passcode on Huawei G700-U10 match this one?" In this case, the passcodes match.
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    We click "Yes".
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    Then, we tap the pair option on the other device.
    We have to wait for pairing to finish. The devices will be connected.
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