You can connect the K480 keyboard to an Android device running Android 3.2 and later. Here’s how:
On your Android device, go to Settings > Bluetooth to turn on Bluetooth.
Turn the keyboard on by sliding the power switch on the bottom of the keyboard over to the right.
Using the device memory wheel on the top left of the keyboard, select 1, 2, or 3. You can save up to three devices to memory on the keyboard.
At the top right of the keyboard, press and hold the PC button until the light to the left of the button rapidly blinks blue.
On your Android device, in the Bluetooth Settings screen, tap once on Logitech Keyboard K480 to select it.
On your keyboard, type the PIN code displayed on your device’s screen, and then press Enter.
NOTE: Each connect code is randomly generated. Make sure you enter the one shown on your device’s screen.
Once you press Enter, the pop-up will disappear and the word Connected will show beside your keyboard in the Devices list.
Your K480 keyboard is now connected.
- Settings may vary between Android 3.0+ and 4.0+ devices. See your device’s user guide if you’re unable to pair the K480 keyboard.
- If the K480 is already paired but having problems connecting, you can remove it from the device list and follow the instructions above to connect it.