Dec 09, 2017 0. 6Posted on Mar 1, 2014 11:17 AMReplyI have this question too (600)I have this question too Me too (600) Me tooHelpful answersDrop Down menuHelpful answersAll repliesQuestion marked as★ HelpfulUser profile for user: MamalewMamalewUser level:Level 1(5 points)Mar 4, 2014 2:54 PM in response to DR2017In response to DR2017I had this problem.
I fought with my brand new iPad and Slim Folio for hours trying to pair them. I downloaded both manuals, read dozens of posts, and was ready to ship the whole sorry lot back. I have keyed in the code given on the iPad on the keyboard at least 30 times to no avail. As a last resort, I started playing with the keyboard: press the blue tooth key first, press it after the code, press and hold the blue tooth key, press the key with the keyboard icon, etc. etc. Finally, I keyed the code and pressed the enter key, and it paired up! I have paired up lots of devices, and I do not remember the last time I had to press Enter. If I have done it, I am sure the directions were clear: key in the code and press Enter. The Logitech directions, and I quote, were:
IfyouriPadrequestsaPIN,enterit using the keyboard
Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Folio I5
Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Folio For Ipad Mini
I was told to enter it on the Slim Folio, not on the iPad, clear enough. One would think that the geniuses at Logitech and Apple could have added a simple 'followed by the Enter key' to their directions! And yes, following on an earlier post, the iPad continues endlessly to search for other devices, I only hope that the spinning wheel has a good tire on it!