Hey guys. So I got a Logitech Tablet Keyboard (Bluetooth) for my birthday - in order to use with my Note 3. As a result, I went out and bought a Logitech T631 Mouse (Bluetooth) to also use, so that I could have a sort of mini workstation (paired with something like Splashtop, my Note pretty much becomes my laptop.) The issue I am having is that I cannot seem to maintain any sort of decent connection with these devices with the Note. Out of curiosity, I went ahead and tried them out with my laptop. Both are working flawlessly, and have been for the past 20 minutes. However, I seem to get massive interference issues on my Note. They keyboard doesn't seem to want to maintain a stable connection (constantly dropping characters) and the mouse stutters moving around the screen. One without the other seems to work better, but they keyboard still misses many characters. I tried turning off my Note's WiFi to see if that was interfering (I had heard WiFi could do so) which did have an effect (see below) but then again my laptop is also on WiFi and can use both of these peripherals without issue. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what might be going on? EDIT: Upon review, WiFi does seem to have an impact. On WiFi, I noticed the mouse becomes completely useless while I load a webpage. Turning WiFi off seems to make everything run more smoothly. Then again, the issue is not fixed. My keyboard seems to drop a key every few seconds (when it happens, I get a little "English (US)" pop-up on the screen as if it lost the connection for a second. The mouse seems mostly smooth with WiFi off. Ugh. EDIT 2: Okay, so I've narrowed down what appears to be at least a MAJOR part of my issue with the keyboard. Apparetly I can't push both the shift key and the spacebar at the same time. I mean, I can, but that is what results in the pop-up "English (US)" message, and the missed next character I type. I'm not pressing shift+space on purpose, but it just happens when I type "I" as a capital. Anyone know what Shift+Space is trying to toggle on my phone, and if there is any way to disable it? Still won't solve my WiFi issue but it's a step in the right direction!