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try to turn on BT on iPad while Logitech is blinking (which means it in pairing mode and can be discovered). If that doesn't help I'd suggest to remove batteries from Logitech for 3-5 minutes then put them back.
Hold down the Home and Power button for 10 seconds. Watch the screen for anything at all. If nothing, connect the charger (not a USB port on a computer unless you know it's 2.1A) for a few minutes and see if at least the Apple or Battery icons show up.
if its a bluetooth key board go to the settings on your ipad turn on your bluetooth click find devicesand locate the key board tap on it and put in the pairing code (usually 0000 or 1234) that should allow you to pair your keyboard and ipad
I have a Zagg keyboard for my iPad mini. I found the same thing happened but then realized it only works in most apps, not all. For example it doesnt work when typing in a password in settings. Try you keyboard in an app like notes. Also make sure you haveheld down the power for long enough that the light is red for 5 seconds.
The manual for the Vibe iPad Bluetooth Keyboard Folio is completely wrong. To turn on the keyboard, press and hold the button above the word "charge" in the upper right hand of the keyboard. Blue lights beneath the word "power" and beneath the Bluetooth symbol should flash. In order to pair the keyboard, press the same button above "charge" and hold for a shorter time. The light beneath the Bluetooth symbol should flash.
yes the red charge light will only stay lit for just a little bit... then turn it on by pressing down above the words written "charge". You should be pressing and holding down on a dial with three semi circles above it (as szuravic stated). Press and hold down until you get the bluetooth and power button lit on blue. Then go to your settings and bluetooth.... "bluetooth keyboard" should pop up. Click on it and then it will ask you to enter a 4 digit code on your keyboard followed by the return key. Soon after you should be "connected". If you are fully charged (first time plugged in should be 12 hours.. then after 4 hours) then you can unplug. Hope that's helpful!!
hard reset the device OK, you have noticed the strange behavior of your iPad / iPad 2 or even new iPad 3. It tends to freeze for about a few seconds every minute or is running too slow or something else. This is probably the best time for the hard reset of the tablet. To make things easy follow simple sequence:
Make sure your iPad /iPad 2 / iPad 3 battery is charged above 20% (we would recommend at least 50 - 60 %). If you are not sure charge you tablet for at least 40 minutes.
Make sure your Apple tablet is in Power On state.
Watching the shining screen of iconic tablet with apps' icons on it press and hold down the Wake/Sleep and the Home buttons simultaneously, ignore the red slide "to power off", just keep both buttons holding until the Apple logo appears. This logo is the signal that the hard reset has succeeded. Be patient, some times the hard restart of iPad may take up to 10 - 15 minutes. But such a long restart is a rare case.
Be sure that hard reset retains all data and settings on iPad, it doesn't delete anything. If you want to start over and delete all personal data from iPad you should use iPad Recovery Mode.