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On the Magic Mouse 2, green will be visible. Thanks Reply ↓ Bertrand Vichyn 14th July, 2014 at 7:21 pm Bravo for the "hold down" idea! At this point I have spent so much time trying to get this to work that I think it's more cost effective for me to just buy a brand new keyboard Greg Reply ↓ Joan 11th September, 2016 at 3:51 pm Thanks so much Dave. http://swhcr.com/magic-mouse/wireless-mouse-for-mac-not-working.html

I want to delete the Keyboard(1) from the macbook pro, but how can I when It's not listed as a device in the BT preferences. Is your device listed among those included in the Bluetooth section? The Keyboard Viewer showing the keyboard layout appears on your display. Go through the cycle at least twice before releasing the keys to allow the normal boot up.

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I have had issues with pointing devices being connected through external hubs before. Related Articles How to Install a Targus Bluetooth Mouse to a Dell Latitude How to Install a Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse How to Insert Batteries Into a Logitech Mouse How to My aluminium (3-battery) keyboard packed up and decided not to connect to anything at all. OMFG, I was about to buy a new mouse, but then I saw this tutorial.

The Magic Keyboard and Magic Trackpad 2 have a slide switch on the back edge of the device. Just because during pairing on an Apple keyboard you type a pairing code onto the keyboard doesn't mean the keyboard remembers that - it only needs to pass it to the At the bottom are two metal springs that hold the battery in (they don't look like regular springs, but they push out like one). Magic Mouse 2 Not Discoverable Great advice, thank you...I experienced the exact same story and solution.

Thank you!!! Type "Bluetooth" and use the down (cursor) arrow to select System Preferences>Bluetooth, then tap Enter. It turned out to be a film of some sort (oxidation?) that wiped off easily with a paper towel. Comments Computerworld | Jan 9, 2014 8:49 AM PT RELATED TOPICS MacOS Apple Mac Wireless Networking Computer Hardware Apple OS X Mavericks Comments