The instruction worked perfectly with my wireless keyboard. I have two bluetooth keyboards, one for each. Now they will not connect at all. Maybe if we type the word ‘reset' 3 times and turn it upside down. Check This Out
This thing is less than 2 years old and the entire reasoning behind purchasing it was that the Mac would last much longer than a PC! Annoyingly, this requires you to navigate System Preferences, which means you need to have a mouse connected to your Mac. Thank you Reply ↓ david 29th January, 2015 at 5:20 pm it worked for me after struggling all afternoon with other methods - thank you Mr Meehan Reply ↓ Dave 28th It doesn't need to be Bluetooth 4.0.
wiggling the usb connections doesn't work, so it doesn't seem to be a loose connection -- the connector actually has to be unplugged for a few seconds and then plugged back Have tried new batteries, no batteries, steam powered batteries, solar batteries and assault and batteries. But the rest of the advice on the page regarding general Bluetooth troubleshooting holds true, so be sure to check those out too. If you follow these instructions, after rebooting you will be asked to setup the Bluetooth keyboard and/or mouse as if you were starting up a new Mac.