Connecting the Belkin Keyboard via Bluetooth®

  1. On your iPad tap the. …
  2. Tap General.
  3. Tap Bluetooth.
  4. Toggle Bluetooth to ON.
  5. Turn ON the Belkin Keyboard then press and hold the Pair key.
  6. The keyboard will show up under Devices on the iPad.
  7. A code will appear on the screen. …
  8. Open the Settings on your phone.

How do I turn on my Belkin Bluetooth?

Quote from video: Right well sync it up so we go into the Bluetooth settings hold down these two buttons to get the sync. Activated. It pops up on the screen. And then you tap it then type in the password Belkin.

Why isn’t my Belkin keyboard connecting to my iPad?

If you are having trouble pairing your tablet with the Belkin QODE™ Ultimate Pro Keyboard Case for iPad Air (App enabled), F5L171 or the Belkin QODE™ Ultimate Pro Keyboard Case for iPad Air 2 (App enabled), F5L176, you may have to clear the stored settings on your device and on the Keyboard before pairing them back

Why is my Belkin keyboard not connecting?

QUICK TIP: If the name is not on the DEVICES section, try pressing the Fn + Pair keys on your Belkin Keyboard again. If your iPad Air 2 shows that your Belkin Ultimate Keyboard is Not Connected, tap the icon. Tap Forget This Device, tap OK to confirm then repeat Step 4 to pair again.

How do I pair my Belkin slim keyboard?

Pairing the Belkin QODE™ Slim Style Keyboard, F5L174 with your iPad® Air

  1. On the keyboard, press the Fn button and the delete key or Bluetooth1 button. …
  2. NOTE: When pairing a secondary device, just hold Fn button and the = key or Bluetooth2 button. …
  3. Select Bluetooth and toggle it to turn ON.

How do you pair a Belkin Bluetooth keyboard?

Connecting the Belkin Keyboard via Bluetooth®

  1. On your iPad tap the. …
  2. Tap General.
  3. Tap Bluetooth.
  4. Toggle Bluetooth to ON.
  5. Turn ON the Belkin Keyboard then press and hold the Pair key.
  6. The keyboard will show up under Devices on the iPad.
  7. A code will appear on the screen. …
  8. Open the Settings on your phone.

How do I get my iPad to recognize a keyboard?

Pair Magic Keyboard with iPad

  1. Make sure the keyboard is turned on and charged.
  2. On iPad, go to Settings > Bluetooth, then turn on Bluetooth.
  3. Select the device when it appears in the Other Devices list.


How do I pair my Belkin ultimate keyboard?

For instructions, click here.

  1. Put your keyboard case into pairing mode by pressing the function key and the delete key.
  2. On your tablet, tap Settings from the Home screen.
  3. Select Bluetooth and toggle the switch to turn ON.
  4. Tap on Belkin Ultimate Keyboard under OTHER DEVICES.

How do I pair my Belkin Ultimate Lite keyboard to my iPad?

For instructions, click here.

  1. Position your device into the keyboard to turn it ON.
  2. Turn ON the Bluetooth® of your device.
  3. On the Belkin QODE™ Ultimate Lite Keyboard Case for iPad Pro, F5L192, press fn and the pair.
  4. On your device, look for and select Belkin Ultimate Lite.


How do I connect my Belkin f5l114?

Turn on the keyboard and press and hold the “pair” key. 4. The Status LED will flash blue on the keyboard and the keyboard will show up under “Devices” on the tablet. Select “Belkin Bluetooth Keyboard.” 5.

How do you know if your Belkin keyboard is charged?

The indicator lights of the Belkin QODE Ultimate Keyboard will indicate when it is time to charge.

  1. If it has low battery charge – An orange indicator light will flash once every second for 1 minute.
  2. If it is charging – The orange indicator light turns ON during charging and turns OFF when charging is complete.


Why is my Belkin keyboard flashing blue?

During Pairing – A blue LED will flash one (1) time per second for five (5) minutes. While re-connecting – A blue LED will flash two (2) times per second for 10 seconds. If it is connected – A blue LED will stay solid for two (2) seconds.

Why is the blue light flashing on my iPad keyboard?

It is the on/ off that shows you if the Bluetooth is turned on. Bluetooth must be on to use the keypad otherwise you use the keyboard on the actual iPad itself.