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Meap1212
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Bluetooth keyboard

I dont know where to connect my acer iconia w3 to my Bluetooth keyboard.
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Sharanji
Posts: 831

Re: Bluetooth keyboard

hi....

 

 

Use the following steps to pair the Acer Bluetooth keyboard to your Iconia Tab W3:

  1. Enable the Bluetooth module on your Iconia Tab W3.
  2. Press the Windows (Image: icon_Windows8_key.png) key + C, or swipe in from the right edge of the screen to open your Charms.
  3. Tap Settings, and then Change PC settings.
  4. Enable the Bluetooth discovery of the keyboard:
    • Bluetooth Keyboard with integrated protection cover: press the Power button for approx. 5 seconds until the power indicator blinks.
    • Bluetooth Keyboard: press the Connect button for approx. 5 seconds until the Bluetooth indicator blinks.
  5. On the tablet, tap Devices, and then Add a device.
  6. Tap the Acer Iconia W3 Bluetooth Keyboard icon. Enter the passcode on the Bluetooth keyboard, and press ENTER.
  7. The keyboard is visible in the device list when the devices are successfully paired.
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padgett
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Re: Bluetooth keyboard

Of course that depends on your using an Acer keyboard. Any more I prefer my kp-810-10btt bluetooth keyboard/trackpad/laser pointer. I've tried several and that is the most useful for me.

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