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Cannot get bluetooth keyboard to connect


Make sure the keyboard does not have a pairing relationship with another device in the room.

If there are any devices listed on the iPad, in Bluetooth settings, tap 'I' and forget Device.

Place the keyboard in pairing mode with a 5 second depress on power from the 'off' or no power state.

Type the keys on the keyboard that the iPad wants for the pair.

Aug 13, 2015 | Apple iPad Air

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I forgot how to connect my DG Bluetooth Keyboard Case to my iPad. Can you help please?


It should be just like pairing an audio Bluetooth device. Turn the iPad's Bluetooth on and the keyboard as well, the iPad will look for an available device, it should pop up in the iPad, tap it to pair, if its ask for a pairing number, it should be noted in the box that came with the keyboard or in the instructions, that should be it.

Mar 10, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Pair to iPad


Till now I did not know you could pair a mouse to an iPad. When someone is selling mice you can connect via bluetooth, they will give you the manual to. I hope you know, the iPad is not a computer on which you can connect lots of things. Only when Apple allows you to put anything on, or connect via bluetooth, it can work. Not when you think it should be great.
Because Apple made it possible to connect their key board to the iPad, you now can buy third party keyboards that work with the iPad.

Jan 30, 2015 | Ckeyin Mini Optical Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless...

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How do I pair my I Pad with my new Philips portable speaker using bluetooth ( can connect fine using a cable)


If your portable speaker is Bluetooth-enabled, here is the general procedure:

1. Press and hold the function control button on the speaker until you see red and blue lights flashing in rapid succession on the speaker (the speaker is now in "pairing" mode).
2. Turn on Bluetooth on your iPad and then tap on Scan. iPad will begin scanning for nearby Bluetooth devices. When you see a name similar to that of your speaker, tap on it . You will be asked for a passcode/passkey to pair the iPad with the speaker. Enter '0000' or '1234' (without the quotes).
3. Once the passkey is accepted, the two devices are now paired. The light on the speaker should become a steady blue.
4. On the iPad, tap on Connect. If the iPad connects to the speaker, you will see Connected. You are done. Play some music from the iPad to see if you can hear it coming through the speaker.

You should have this procedure detailed in the set up guide that came with the speaker. Please note that pairing is required only for the first time you try to connect the two devices, to get them "acquainted" to each other. After that, all you need is to connect the iPad to the speaker every time you want to listen to your iPad through the speaker.

Nov 30, 2014 | Philips Audio Players & Recorders

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How to pair bluetooth keyboard with ipad mini?


Hi Douglas.

1. Switch on BlueTooth on your keyboard.
2. Enable BlueTooth on your iPad.
3. Search for devices on your iPad.
4. Press button if available on keyboard to get discovered.
5. Select keyboard when shown in devices list.
6. Enter pairing code sometimes 0000 or 1234.
7. Use and enjoy.

Hope this helps!

Here is the Apple site instructions:
Using Bluetooth headsets and keyboards with iPad

Here is another that explains how to do it on a MAC, might give you some clues as well:
Bluetooth How to set up your Apple Wireless Keyboard

Here is a good independent site, maybe start here:
iPad How to pair connect any bluetooth keyboard

If you prefer to watch how to do it on YouTube:
How to Connect Pair Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard to your iPad

Nov 18, 2014 | Mini Cars & Trucks

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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.

Pulled from:
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)
Pulled from:
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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Bluetooth keyboard will not connect


I'm assuming Bluetooth is turned on on the ipad.

follow the keyboard instructions to put it in pairing mode.

Then in ipad settings - Bluetooth you may need to select the keyboard.

Feb 26, 2014 | Apple iPad Mini

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Ipad and beikin keyboard


You will need to enable bluetooth on your iPad and then pair the keyboard to the iPad. Try the following:

  • On your iPad, tap the settings icon from the Home Screen.
  • Tap on General.
  • Tap on Bluetooth.
  • Toggle Bluetooth to On
  • Turn on the Belkin keyboard.
  • The keyboard will show up under Devices on the iPad.
    Select Belkin Bluetooth Keyboard.
  • A code will appear on the screen.
    Enter this code on the keyboard and click Enter.

A message will pop up when pairing is successful. If pairing fails, repeat the steps above. If you're still unable to pair the two leave a comment and I will help further troubleshoot.

Hope that helps!

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