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Keyboard FAQs

Zagg Keyboard Case

Syncing Your Zagg Keyboard to your iPad via Bluetooth

  1. Start by getting your iPad setup like the picture to the right with the Zagg Keyboard case and get it standing upright with the flap.

  1. Unlock your iPad with your Passcode and then click on the Settings icon.

  1. Press the power button on the built-in keyboard. The keyboard back lights will come on. (It is located in the top right corner of the keyboard.) Note: Keyboard can be turned off if not being used by holding down the power button for about 5-6 seconds and the back lights will turn off

  1. Press and hold the Bluetooth 1 button for about 5-6 seconds and the blue light above it will start to blink. This means the keyboard is ready to pair. (It is located in the top left corner of the keyboard.)

  1. Go back on your iPad into the Settings, click on the Bluetooth settings. Make sure Bluetooth is turned on, if not, turn it on by sliding the toggle switch over so that it is green.

    Zagg Keyboard should show up as a Bluetooth device to pair. Tap on Zagg Keyboard and it will connect the keyboard at this point and say” Connect-ed.” The light above the Bluetooth 1 button on the keyboard will stop blinking and go out.

Charging the Zagg Keyboard for iPad



According to Zagg, the battery that is built into the keyboard can last up to two years on a charge with a daily use of the keyboard of about one hour. From time to time, it will need to be charged so be aware if it is not connected to your iPad or can’t be paired via Bluetooth, it may need to be charged.

Even with a multiple-hour a day use of the keyboard, a single charge should last a few months
The Micro-USB charging port is located on the right side of the keyboard. Included is a Micro-USB to USB cable to charge the keyboard. You simply plug the Micro-USB end into the side of the keyboard and the standard USB end into a nearby computer with a USB port to charge the keyboard or into a USB plug outlet that would get plugged into a standard wall electrical outlet. (Those USB power adapters for standard wall outlets are NOT being provided by SDoL at this time.)
When the keyboard is charging, the blue light on the Caps Lock button will blink indicating a good charge.