How do I connect my wireless keyboard to my trust?

How do I connect my wireless keyboard to my trust?

To install:

  1. Switch the keyboard ON with the on/off switch on the bottom of the keyboard.
  2. Press the Connect button for 3 seconds.
  3. The blue LED on the keyboard will start blinking.
  4. Open the Bluetooth settings on your device and search for new devices.
  5. When the Trust Bluetooth Keyboard has been found, select Pair.

How do I connect my wireless mouse to trust?

Place a full battery in the battery compartment and close the compartment. Connect the USB-receiver to the computer without using a hub or extension cable. If the mouse has an on/off button on the bottom of the mouse, switch the button to ON. The computer will recognize the mouse and install the built-in driver.

Is there a Gxt mouse software?

– Click on the “GXT 165 Gaming Mouse” shortcut to start the software. – You can now start to configure the mouse. Where can I get drivers for my Trust product? Drivers are available in the downloads section.

Are Trust GXT mice good?

But in targeting that market, Trust has produced a superior product to its regular range and actually, an excellent mouse. Not to mention it’s absurdly low price compared to some others. It’s well built, supremely comfortable to use and has battery life to beat the best of them.

Is Gxt good?

Final thoughts. The Trust Gaming GXT 922 Ybar is a decent gaming mouse at a very budget-friendly price. Its 7200 DPI performance should be good enough for casual gaming, while its RGB lighting adds some extra flair.

Why won’t my Bluetooth keyboard connect to my computer?

If your Bluetooth keyboard will not pair with your computer, even though the keyboard normally connects, the first thing to do is replace the batteries in the keyboard. If your keyboard uses another power source, ensure the power source is providing power to the device.

Where is the reset button on a keyboard?

Alternatively referred to as the reset switch, the reset button allows devices that utilize it, such as a computer or peripheral to be rebooted. Usually, the button is on the front of the device, next to or near the power button.