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If your USB Keyboard stopped working, you can try to disconnect it and connect it back on the fly. USB connections are plug and play, so if you are running Windows and your USB keyboard doesn?t work, you can try unplugging and plugging it back to re-establish the communication, or simply try connecting it to another USB port. If this still doesn?t work, check the led lights on the keyboard; are any of them on? If they are, is the computer acting slowly? You may need to restart it at this point to refresh your computer memory and resources to get it back to normal speed, or perhaps it needs maintenance by running disk cleanup and defrag it
If it is a standard USB keyboard, that is probably your problem. Tablets are not like Windows PCs, where everything USB is plug & play. Tablets usually run some version of Android as their OS, and manufacturers may or may not support keyboards. If they do, they will specify what keyboards will work with your tablet. Tablets are a lot like Apple products - not everything off the shelf will work and sometimes it must be manufacturer's products only.
You won't be replacing batteries on Logitech's newest iPad keyboard case. As its name implies, the Solar Keyboard Folio uses light to maintain its battery life, which is two years on a complete charge, claims Logitech. Two small solar panels integrated into the Folio use either indoor or outdoor light to keep the Bluetooth keyboard juiced up.
You have to use a Bluethoot Keyboard, and also you can connect a bluethoot Mouse.
After that power on your keyboard/mouse and search in bluethoot for near by devices you will see your keyboard/mouse.
That simple.. I have a Perfect Choice (PC-200680) Bluethoot Keyboard with no mouse.
Don't think it is compatable witt galaxy tab3. I bought one of these over the weekend.. couldn't make it work. all the research in the world.. still cannot find out exactly what tabs this keyboard will work on. but it's def not the galaxy tab 3