Pairing a Bluetooth keyboard with your Android device
UPDATE 19th April 2018: It has come to our attention that some running Android 7 (Nougat) models require some additional steps to connect Bluetooth devices to their Phone/Tablet. If you follow the steps below and your keyboard pairs but don't type, please follow additional steps.
Step 1: Before first use, we recommend charging the keyboard for a minimum of 6 hours.
Step 2: Activate the Bluetooth on your keyboard. This is done by pressing 'Fn + C' or 'Connect Button'. See your instruction manual for details. You can find them here: Instruction Manuals.
Step 3: On your Android device, pull down the notification bar and select the 'settings' icon.
Step 4: Select 'Bluetooth'
Step 5: Turn Bluetooth on
Step 6: Select 'Refresh' from the settings bar.
Step 7: Your keyboard will show in the available device section.
Step 8: Select the keyboard, and it will prompt you to enter a code on your keyboard.
Step 5: Simply enter this code on your keyboard and hit enter. You are now connected!
- If you’re experiencing problems, then you should restart the process from the beginning. Remove/unpair the keyboard from your Windows device and charge the keyboard for 4-6 hours. Try again using the steps above.
- Pairing issues can occur when your keyboard battery is running low. Make sure to keep it charged.
- If you are still having issues, please get in touch with us to assist you. You can contact us using the link below:
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