11-10-2012 02:01 AM
11-12-2012 02:40 PM
Usually, you can use 0000 or 1234 as default pass keys for connecting bluetooth devices. Also, try pressing the Buetooth connect button under the Logitech Bluetooth® Illuminated Keyboard K810 while attempting to pair it to make sure it stays in dicoverable mode during the whole process.
I hope this helps.
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11-14-2012 12:33 PM
Same problem here..... K810 not pairing with Android 4.x-based Nook HD+ or my Windows 7-based HP Envy laptop
although the Logitech MediaBoard Pro does pair with the Nook HD+, and the HP Envy laptop.
000000, 123456, 111111, etc. tried (note: K810 appears to be a 6-digit PIN device --It pairs fine with My Android 4.x-based Asus T700.)
Issue is when pairing we don't get the pop-up with the PIN.
I have escalated support issues into both Logitech and Barnes and Noble -- requesting that tech support monitor the pairing process with a Bluetooth sniffer to see where the Bluetooth protocol handshaking is breaking down.
(The K810's hardware address is first recognized, and indeed the handshake to get the name is working (since it is displayed), but there should be a pop-up with the 6-digit PIN [like I see on my ASUS tablet, and it isn't there on the Nook HD+ or the HP Envy. ( A 4-digit PIN is displayed for the the older MediaBoard Pro keyboard everywhere, and thus the pairing completes just fine.) Is it a sending 6-digit vs only wanting to receive 4-digit issue ?
12-20-2012 08:58 PM
Yeah, using 000000 or 123456 or 111111 doesn't work (neither does 0000, 1234, 1111). Typing it in and hitting enter causes the nook to give you an incorrect pin message, which suggests it's waiting for a pin but that the pop-up isn't working on the device. Unless there's a different default PIN for the k810?
12-24-2012 11:17 AM
Im having the same issue, HTC One X (tegra 3) with Jellybean 4.2
i see 2 solutions in the problem, which logitech should provide.
making the keyboard itself able to propose a pairing, so it can be acknowledged by the device instead of the keyboard.
or making a simple android app that will make it issue a standard pincode to verify the pairing.
(eg. make it possible for the phone to only ask for pin codes like 0000)
windows 8 with an aged Asus G50Vt works fine though.
01-29-2013 02:01 AM
I have the same problem with my HTC One X with JB update.
I tried contacting Logitech support. They refuse to acknowledge a problem.
The guy that I'm exchanging e-mails with said that he tested it with a few HTC devices with Jelly bean and that there is no problem what so ever. He is refusing to answer if he did tested it with HTC One X, he just says 2 HTC devices.
03-11-2013 01:05 AM - edited 03-11-2013 11:08 AM
I had the same problem here on my HTC One X on the newest stock ROM.
There is an application which might be a solution: Bluetooth Keyboard Easyconnect. But it needs a Rooted phone (Superuser permissions).
So I preferred to replace the the whole HTC system with the CyanogenMod. I flashed the CM10.1 Nightlies ROM cm-10.1-20130304-NIGHTLY-endeavoru.zip and now the keyboard works neatly, even switching to my keyboard layout works.
Please consider that you may loose all your (non backed up) data and the warranty of your phone by rooting or flashing it!