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Pressing the button activates a green LED on the top of the device, near the button. Reply ↓ Micke DG 6th October, 2013 at 4:08 pm Awesome - worked right away! UPDATE: WHILE WRITTING THIS, THE PROBLEM WAS MAGICALLY SOLVED. I read this Apple technical document, and then thought the two devices just needed to re-sync, so I tried turning the mouse off and on several times, but no luck there. his comment is here

The batteries are fine and I tried your trick here but it didn't work. If you look at the Apple Support article on Bluetooth pairing (http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1809) and look in the section ‘Pairing you Apple Wireless Keyboard with another Mac', you'll see that it notes that Follow these steps to reset the connection: Open System Preferences. The keyboard is once more connected to the iMac after having been used with my iPad. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204621

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Loading... THIS WORKS!! I've solved it by using a compressed air sprayer to blow the dust of all the contacts that the batteries connect to, then I applied some MD-40 to all the contacts. everything is fine except I can't select..It's clicking, moving fast, zoom in, zoom out but I can't select.

Also, the ‘right click' function of my wireless mouse has stopped working. It turned out to be a film of some sort (oxidation?) that wiped off easily with a paper towel. Perhaps leaving the batteries out for 5 mins will HARD reset the keyboard. Magic Mouse 2 Not Discoverable In fact, both sets of batteries, if put into my Bluetooth-enabled keyboard, report being at 100% capacity within Apple's Bluetooth menu system, and a different Magic Mouse has no problems connecting

I went and bought a USB mouse and keyboard thinking it was just a bluetooth issue but those do not work either. Help! Still not getting satisfaction?

Reply ↓ Lisa 20th August, 2013 at 9:48 pm Wow!

Uploaded on Aug 28, 2011In this short tutorial, you learn how to re-connect your apple wireless mouse/keyboard! Reset Magic Mouse July 25 by Trish Oh wow! You can charge these devices by connecting them to a Mac or a USB power adapter using a Lightning to USB Cable.For the fastest battery charging performance, be sure your device DHTV - Dan 205,523 views 2:16 Magic Mouse Teardown Part 2/2 - Duration: 8:39.

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Here's how to do it. http://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/mac/how-fix-apple-mac-mouse-thats-not-working-3598331/ I'd love to hear from you. Magic Mouse 2 Not Working Go to Bluetooth preferences on the machine you don't want it to connect to and remove the device from the list. Mac Trackpad Not Working Reply ↓ Dave Post author19th March, 2014 at 8:54 am Yes very annoying.

Tried cleaning the terminals, re-sync'd, changed batteries.....not sure what else to do. http://pgelections.com/magic-mouse/apple-wireless-mouse-wheel-not-working.html Some of the mice have a slide power switch, so no good. You're making zillions of dollars. For most of this feature we're going to look at the wireless Magic Mouse, which is supplied with all new Apple Mac computers (unless you choose the Magic Trackpad instead). Magic Mouse Won't Connect

It's also possible a PRAM reset might help, so try that too. Reply ↓ Sash 29th October, 2013 at 8:55 am Thanks, keeping the power button pressed while clicking on ‘Continue' until the code input dialogue appeared, was the solution. Reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2009 - 9:57am Permalink Thanks, this solved my Thanks, this solved my problem as well. weblink Battery life on alkalines is in the order of 6 months plus, so there really isn't any reason to use rechargeables.

Reply ↓ Alan Trinder 23rd October, 2013 at 7:11 pm Apple came up trumps and I have managed to pair the keyboard with the I Mac and locate the reason for Usb Mouse Not Working Mac Have used Apple everything since 1988, including purchasing the Apple batteries and charger last December. Bluetooth turned on and at least one wireless device is connected.

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zollotech 29,842 views 9:10 Magic Mouse Review - Problems and Fixes - Duration: 10:07. I cleaned that little bit of dust off with a cotton swab which had first been moistened with a disinfectant wipe, then reinserted the batteries and the cover plate, and then Tried for 2 days and finally found this blog… You rock! Apple Wireless Keyboard Not Connecting You have just solved my problem after an hour of searching the internet!

Keyboard was immediately recognized. Even tech by reputable companies like Apple. Bandwidth intensive devices could affect tracking. http://pgelections.com/magic-mouse/apple-wireless-mouse-not-working-batteries.html Well, today it decided not to pair with my iPad.

Reply ↓ Dave Post author21st June, 2013 at 4:55 pm Thanks again for your considerate reply and extra detail. If your keyboard/mouse will not connect via Bluetooth, or appears completely unresponsive, then the following instructions may help you resolve the issue. Easy Fix Tutorial! - Duration: 3:32. Finally, I attached an old wired keyboard, turned Bluetooth OFF, restarted the computer, and turned Bluetooth ON.