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that depends what type of battery you are using, how much time and length of time, some keyboard will run the battery down faster than others, keyboard maybe needs taken apart and cleaned, check the connection in the battery compartment checking for crouching. keyboard maybe getting warning out.
Make sure the Belkin FastFit keyboard is powered on, turn on the iPad and goto Settings. Make sure Bluetooth is On ... the Keyboard should appear in the list of discoverable devices. Select the Belkin FastFit keyboard ... when it connects, you should be able to enter any text field using the keyboard rather than the on-screen one ...
Google has recently released a new OS update which has made Bluetooth keyboards nonfunctional with any tablet running Android 4.3. A new patch for the operating system should be released from Google soon, which will restore Bluetooth keyboard functionality. At this time we strongly discourage updating your OS if you intend to use a Bluetooth keyboard with your Android tablet.
This from the Belkin site.
That keyboard is not wireless, it is cabled to the computer. If you are looking h=to have your computer connect to the internet using wireless, you need to have a wireless access point connected to a cable modem or DSL, as well as a wireless network card in the computer.
Yes and no... "Wireless enabled" means you do not need a separate adapter to connect to a wireless NETWORK or computer, not a peripheral device.
I assume the two connectors are PS/2- plugs - one pink, the other one green. What you need is a PS/2- -to-USB adapter that should have come with your keyboard. PS/2-in, USB-out, either with or without the cables (see picture)
No you shouldn't .Belkin is recognized but most any computer as being compatible.If you've plugged into a live USB port the computer will see it.***Make sure you've installed batteries if it holds them and check the pin reset underneath the board and use it.There is also a rest on the keyboard receiver .