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Make sure the tablet and keyboard are charged.
On the tablet, go to setting - it looks like a gear icon. Open settings and about the 3rd item down from the top of the drop down menu, you will see "Bluetooth." Make sure it is set to "ON"
Then go to the keyboard. It also has an "ON" button and press the botton. A tiny red light will blink slowly close to the button. There is a second "Connect" that must also be pushed - it is the "Connect" button and it will search for the Bluetooth signal from the tablet.
When it finds te tablet signal, you will see a message on the tablet screen [it must e turned on} instructing you to enter a 5 or 6 digit code on the keyboard. When you enter the code, a "Connected" signal will show on the screen.
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I'm pretty sure this pertains to all tablets and keyboards.
On your tablet, make sure bluetooth is turned on. Then on the keyboard, turn on the bluetooth button. They should automatically pair, but if not, the tablet should detect the keyboard and then choose it.
If your tablet is Bluetooth-enabled, follow the set up instructions that came with the keyboard. Basically, you turn Bluetooth on on both the keyboard and the tablet. Start the process of pairing and connecting from the tablet. If you are asked to enter a password/passkey and it is not specified in the keyboard's manual enter '0000' or '1234' (without the quotes). Note that the password is required only for pairing, therefore it will happen only the first time. If your tablet is not Bluetooth-enabled, you cannot connect the keyboard to it.
for bluetooth keyboard, usually long push power button (or setting button) to set the keyboard to pairing mode. then go to setting in your tablet, bluetooth then search new device, follow the instruction in the tablet for pairing until finish. done
"Communicate" is a vague term. When you connect a tablet to a computer it is usually recognized as a folder containing files (data). You can move files between the two devices. You can also connect via Bluetooth if your laptop and tablet BOTH have Bluetooth.
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