Just amazing that that little bit of crap on the leads can render a $70 device from working. The best thing to do with the Apple mice is to replace them, I have 3 Macs, all working with remote mice from Logitech. Also consider if you have a strong local source of interference - other Bluetooth devices, 2.4Ghz wifi devices or digital cordless phones. How about that mouse pad?
Using your instructions, my keyboard continued to connect to the wrong computer. Bluetooth turned on and at least one wireless device is connected. Thank you for the tip that rechargeable batteries won't do the trick.
If that fails, do the same again, but this time, on restart, do a PRAM reset (web search for the specific instructions). The Logitech mice have never "unpaired". Keep wireless devices within 10 meters (approximately 30 feet) of your Mac. Apple Magic Mouse Not Scrolling Reply ↓ Dave Post author7th March, 2015 at 7:13 am Sorry to hear thats not working for you.
I don't have a mac, any help for PC/Android users? Magic Mouse 2 Not Working My keyboard consistently connects to a different computer than the one I would like to use it on. Reply Submitted by Dennis (not verified) on March 20, 2011 - 10:24am Permalink Reply Mega-thanks! It turned out to be a film of some sort (oxidation?) that wiped off easily with a paper towel.
I spent a fair amount of time trying to resolve this problem for myself, digging through plenty of irrelevant articles before I found what I was looking for. Magic Mouse Connected But Not Moving Extract csv from .shp files? It is probably buried somewhere in apple-support-land, but your article was easiest to find with a google search 🙂 Reply ↓ Walter 13th February, 2014 at 12:44 am Thanks! Finally, go to System Report and look at the detailed hardware info for the BT device to see if there is any clue there.
No USB is installed . http://alvinalexander.com/blog/post/mac-os-x/problem-solved-apple-bluetooth-wireless-mouse-clicks-but-won-t You can not post a blank message. Mac Mouse Won't Connect And what really added to the confusion is that the Apple UI only shows the bluetooth settings for the bluetooth device that is active (internal or external), but does NOT indicate Magic Mouse 2 Not Connecting Perhaps if you try Googling for that article title suggestion you'll have better luck, as this page doesn't appear in the search results.
I only use the ‘reset' word in the title because that is the common term used by people when they want to make something work when all else appears to fail. check over here Reply ↓ Dave Post author29th January, 2014 at 8:56 am You should verify with another keyboard to see if its a hardware problem with the existing keyboard. share|improve this answer answered Jul 30 '15 at 4:26 Justin 180110 1 This worked! +1 for disabling features I don't use anyway. –ssdecontrol Nov 11 '15 at 15:33 But for a Bluetooth keyboard where you aren't likely to touch the trackpad if its nearby, it shouldn't be related to the keyboard. Reset Apple Mouse
Chris Pirillo 47,626 views 5:57 Loading more suggestions... It sounds more like the devices are perhaps connecting to another host which they've been paired with before. zollotech 29,842 views 9:10 Apple Wireless Keyboard Install - Duration: 10:57. http://pgelections.com/magic-mouse/apple-bluetooth-mouse-not-working.html Bandwidth intensive devices could affect tracking.
Copyright © Apple Inc. Magic Mouse 2 Not Charging The solution provided here does not resolve this. Thanks.
Dabbed the lead with a little citrus-based DesolvIt and I'm back in business. Dave, maybe you have a link? Thank you this worked! Mac Trackpad Not Working Sign in to make your opinion count.
Also, check System Preferences > Language & Text > Text to see if there are any substitutions that could be causing problems. That doesn't mean the Apple keyboard remembers something. This should be on apple's website. weblink There will be a slight delay whilst the pairing completes (a few seconds) The keyboard will now be Paired.
Thank you so much. Reply ↓ Dave Post author20th June, 2013 at 10:47 pm Brett, thanks for the feedback but the title is accurate. And I only found it because I added "reset" to my search query. I can't believe Apple doesn't mention this at all.