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Wireless keyboard isn't syncing with my android tablet. It will allow me to type in the code to connect, but it won't allow me to type anything after. They keyboard is charged and Bluetooth seems to be working.

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Hi patsy,

I see you have a wireless keyboard that you need assistance with.

  • First lets find the USB dongle that came with the wireless keyboard.
  • You will need to insert that n one of your USB ports to be able to have BT capabilities for your wireless keyboard and get it connected.
  • Next you may need to install a software that came in with the wireless keyboard that you have.
  • then once install if there is a program or not you should see a Bluetooth Icon on the lower right hand side of you scree where the time is.
  • Right click on the Bluetooth Icon then select open Bluetooth Settings make sure that on the settings window the box where it says Allow devices to detect this computer is checked.
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  • then after doing the settings you wireless keyboard should have a button underneath it or maybe on the side that says connect, press and hold that down for at least 2 seconds to enable the Wireless capabilities of your Keyboard the system should detect that and give you the option to connect the wireless keyboard you have.
  • Once you are on the connection page it will show you a code which you will need to type on your keyboard to get the wireless keyboard detect by the computer.
I hope that this helps.

Have a nice day,

mvincentc

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