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In the past, wired keyboards were the norm. Now, however, wireless keyboards are becoming more common. The wireless keyboards may sync with a computer or other device using Bluetooth. You also get a receiver with a keyboard in case your smartphone doesn't have Bluetooth connectivity.
In this article, you will learn how to connect a Logitech Bluetooth keyboard. It will show you how to pair your Logitech keyboard without using a USB cable and how to establish a wireless connection. In addition, you'll find out where the Easy-Switch button is located on your Logitech keyboard.
Some Logitech keyboards have a connect button in the upper right corner. On some models, it may also be built into the function keys or be located below the keyboard. Depending on your model Logitech keyboard, these buttons can be located in various locations. Their purpose, however, is the same: they let you connect your keyboard to any supported device, including a smart TV, computer, Mac, smartphone, gaming console, etc. On the Logitech K380 wireless keyboard, the Bluetooth or connect button is the F1 function key.
To connect your keyboard to your device, find the Bluetooth button (F1 on Logitech models), press it, and hold it for three seconds. This will turn on your keyboard's Bluetooth capabilities and put it in pairing mode. When you enable Bluetooth on your keyboard, the pairing mode will be activated immediately. A Bluetooth keyboard doesn't have a toggle switch for pairing like a phone or computer does.
You can quickly switch between your connected devices by pressing the easy-switch button on your Logitech keyboard and pressing the function keys F1, F2, and F3. Put these keys on your Logitech keyboard and assign them to your connecting device. When you press the button, the keyboard will be connected to your computer, laptop, or another device.
The Bluetooth button, which may be a combined F1 and 1 key, is often located on the top row of your keyboard. If you have more than one Bluetooth device connected to your Logitech keyboard, you can switch between them by pressing F2 and F3.
How to make your computer recognize your Logitech wireless keyboard are written on a Logitech K380 keyboard, so your keyboard may be slightly different.
Press the on/off switch on the side of your Logitech keyboard to turn it on.
Press and hold the F1 key or the Bluetooth key for three seconds to pair your Logitech Bluetooth keyboard.
Put your Logitech keyboard where you keep it and click the Connect button.
Once Bluetooth has been turned on for the PC, you may visit the Devices menu.
Following the on-screen instructions to complete the pairing process.
Once your keyboard has been connected to your device, there is nothing else you need to do to ensure that the settings are remembered. This means that as soon as you turn on both the keyboard and the Bluetooth feature, the keyboard will automatically be connected to your device.
The only option to connect a wired Logitech keyboard without a USB cord is to use a Bluetooth keyboard. Ensure that your keyboard is turned on, then let's test it.
Bluetooth can be used by turning it on on your preferred computer.
Press and hold the F1 or Bluetooth key on your Logitech keyboard for a full three seconds.
On your computer, a Bluetooth dialogue box ought to now show up.
Select your Logitech Bluetooth keyboard from the list of compatible devices, and then click the Connect button.
All that's left to do is follow the on-screen instructions to connect your keyboard to your chosen device.
Have a problem getting your Logitech keyboard to connect?
The reset button for the Logitech wireless keyboard can be found there. While the K360 lacks a dedicated reset button, the K380 is one of the few Logitech wireless keyboards that does have a reset button. As a result, to reset such devices, the keyboard's key combinations are needed. In the section after this one on the Logitech wireless keyboard, you may learn what those key combinations are.
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