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Kensington keyboard manual


Your model number isn't listed, but all published Kensington keyboard manuals are available at
http://www.kensington.com/manuals

My keyboard (model K39336) connected easily, so here's what I had to do. Ensure the Ipad Bluetooth is on in settings. Turn on the keyboard, and when you see a single blue light, press the connect button. The iPad will give you a four digit code to type in on the keyboard. When you type in this code, the iPad and keyboard become 'paired' and keyboard input is available whenever the keyboard is turned on.

Aug 18, 2014 | Kensington KeyFolio Bluetooth Keyboard and...

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How do I connect my Kensington folio via Bluetooth to my iPad 2?


I did not see any other comments, but to address the pairing issue between your Keyboard and iPad.... If your product is the actual KeyFolio Expert Multi-Angle Folio.

The KeyFolio Expert Multi Angle Folio and Keyboard uses a solid plastic frame to attach to the iPad. It's easy enough to slide the iPad in and out of the frame but the design means the case only works with the 4th and 3rd Generation iPad's and is not compatible with the iPad 2 or the original iPad.
Connecting the KeyFolio Expert case to your iPad is a simple process. Simply hold down the power button for over five seconds to put the keyboard into pairing mode and go to the Bluetooth settings menu on your iPad to connect it. Enter the four digit numerical code on your iPad when prompted to finalise the connection.

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Kensington KeyFolio Expert for iPad

If you do not fall under that product, try these steps - they shuold be the same for most of Kensington's Products:
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Connecting the Bluetooth keyboard to your iPad is a simple process. Simply turn it on, press the connect button in the top right corner of the keyboard and go to the Bluetooth settings menu on your iPad to connect it. The iPad will prompt you to enter a four digit code using the keyboard to finalise the connection. (the code should be 0000)
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Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 for iPad
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Let me know the outcome.

Jason

May 05, 2014 | Kensington Folio Case Stand for iPad,...

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Kensington KeyFolio 39336


It needs a battery change if it is flashing red.

Feb 16, 2014 | Kensington Computers & Internet

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Usb receiver broke on my kensington pilotboard desktop set, any ideas


You can contact Kensington's customer service and see whether they will ship you a replacement. As an alternative, you could buy another Kensington Wireless Pilot Board mouse and use its receiver. As a third alternative, you could buy another Kensington wireless mouse or keyboard and see whether the receiver for that will pick up the Pilot Board keyboard. Finally, you could buy another wireless mouse or keyboard (not Bluetooth) and see whether its receiver will pick up the Pilot Board.

Oct 26, 2013 | Kensington PilotBoard Wireless Laser...

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My computer accidently dropped on floor with USB in it.


A complete new set here. Everywhere else says 'Discontinued'.

Kensington 64379 Wireless Keyboard

Here is a mouse with the USB Dongle

K72314 Kensington Optical Wireless Pilot Mouse USB

And here is the Kensington new style dongle on its own.

Kensington Bluetooth4 0 USB Adapter

Nov 22, 2017 | ACCO Brands Kensington PilotBoard 64390...

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Unable to use keyboard, it's charged don't know what's wrong


If the charge button is red, it means it is not connected via bluethooth

Oct 04, 2012 | ACCO Brands Kensington PilotBoard Wireless...

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My keyboard is not working and I have just put in new batteries. However, the mouse is working fine.


You may need to resynch the keyboard with the receiver. I'm not 100% sure of the procedure for the Kensington PilotBoard - but normally all you need to do is hold down the Connect or Synch button on the receiver (in this case the USB Dongle) until the light begins to flash. Once it's flashing, press and hold the Connect or Synch button on the Keyboard (usually its on the back) until the light on the receiver stops flashing.

May 05, 2011 | Kensington PilotBoard 64385

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