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Tips input through blue tooth keyboard

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by chadders28, Dec 31, 2013.

  1. chadders28

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    Hi i have just got a cerulian blue tooth keyboard to use with a Samsung galaxy note2. The devices claim to be paired - code numbers input, device showing as paired on the phone. I can't work out how to actually get it to accept any input from the keyboard. Is there a setting, a piece of software, an app I need to be able to do this?

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    alan
     

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  2. nsa_sailor

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    I didn't have any issues using a bluetooth keyboard for an iPad on my Note 2.
    Sorry, I can't give you any advice, other than maybe try another keyboard?
     
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    Can you go to your input device settings and select the keyboard there?
     
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    Like Granny said, when I paired my Logitech BT Keyboard for the first time, I had to go into settings to the keyboard settings and choose it. After that, no problems at all. When its not attached, the pop-up comes back like normal.
     

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