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I use the Apple Wireless -keyboard. I want to be able to write with only one keyboard: control with it things such as iPad and my Android -phone. I tried BlueKeyboard JP here but I was unable to get it working. It was very easy to get the keyboard synced with iPad but haven't been able to get it working with any of my Android -devices. How can I pair many devices to one BT -keyboard? Is there some easy way to switch between them? Is there some easy way to control many devices with one BT -keyboard?

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Apple bluetooth and Android bluetooth are extremely dodgy to work with, let alone pair with... best bet is to get a ordinary bluetooth keyboard that is not tied to apple... :) – t0mm13b Oct 9 '12 at 19:56 is very unstable for me, it should still work like here. – hhh Oct 9 '12 at 20:02
What is your android device? Just because one worked with google nexus s and apple keyboard as per in the youtubey, does not mean its guaranteed to work across all handsets.. can you be more specific here? – t0mm13b Oct 9 '12 at 20:48
Have searched on and - zilch! – t0mm13b Oct 9 '12 at 21:48
I know this doesn't answer your question, but I this keyboard supports being paired with 3 devices at the same time, no tweaking required. I have it, and it's excellent. Not that expensive, either.… – Fiksdal Jun 22 at 8:43

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