09-16-2011 08:33 PM
Hello, I just bought the M705 and for some reason it's not pairing when I open up the software and get to the 'Restart the device you want to connect to your computer' section. It keeps saying 'Sorry, pairing failed'. The mouse is working and has been working all day but I just discovered this pairing feature and wanted to do it but can't. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
09-17-2011 10:36 AM
If the mouse is working correctly at the moment that means it is already paired to the receiver, This is why you are unable to pair the device.
04-21-2012 10:58 PM
Sorry to say, but that's not the whole story. I have the same problem as the OP. The Unifying Software opens in Mac without any problems, and the first thing it does is trying to pair. Yes, the mouse is working, so yes, the pairing may be done - but I can't get to the settings, as I understand they would be available once I was pass the pairing phase.
But I'm stuck with the so called "failed" pairing. Since the application won't let me further in, I'm unable to change the mouse cursor speed, assign the button functions and do other stuff that I _presume_ would be possible _if_ I could get pass the pairing.
So, I have a working yet useless mouse at the moment. The cursor moves way too fast, the scrolling wheel behaves rather strangely - and I have no idea what I could do with the buttons.
I have two mice, because I have a fairly large work station - one computer but two tables and three monitors. Apple's Magic Mouse is working as it should. I bought M705 because it doesn't use Bluetooth, so it supposedly won't interfere with the Magic Mouse. I can change the Magic Mouse settings just fine in System Preferences - but how about this electronic wonder of yours? :-) What should I do?
04-23-2012 08:48 AM
The Logitech Unifying Software is only used for adding a new device to a Unifying receiver or pairing a Unifying device to a new receiver. The software used for configuring a Logitech control device on a Mac is Logitech Control Center for Macintosh® OS X.
12-27-2012 01:17 PM