If you aren’t exactly a fan for the typical smartphone keyboard experience, an Android Bluetooth keyboard is precisely what you need. This accessory makes typing easier, more convenient and also faster. A lot of Android smartphone users who also have bigger thumbs for stock software keyboard do prefer the external QWERTY experience. Android Bluetooth keyboards have a perfect layout and most users love putting them to use. The ease of pairing will amaze you since it pairs so easily giving you a very nice experience. Most business people also want a keyboard they can use while travelling and one that is more accurate and efficient than the Android software keyboard.
So, how do you connect your Android Bluetooth keyboard?
The first thing you need to do is to turn on Bluetooth connectivity on your device. There is a small slider at the bottom of the keyboard. This will help you turn on the keyboard. If it happens that the device you are using is the first one to be paired, you will be required to switch the dial on the keyboard to 1. On the Bluetooth keyboard, there is the PC button which you should press and hold till it reaches to a point where it will rapidly blink. A Logitech entry will appear on your device and this time just go ahead and tap it. On the Logitech keyboard, enter the pairing key which should be followed by hitting the Enter key on the keyboard. This process is very simple and you can now kick off with the typing.
Once the device has been paired, you’ll be able to work with it up to 30 feet. The process is the same if you decide to pair the keyboard with extra devices where you should remember to switch on the dial. With the Android Bluetooth keyboard, the typing experience is similar to the one you would have with your desktop or even your laptop.
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