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Logitech Unifying Receiver Update

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  • SilcharNet Technologies

    I bought a mouse but can ii connect it to my old unifying usb receiver so that it works for both logitech keyboard and mouse ?

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  • Pooja B

    Hi there, 

    Yes, you can connect your device with your old unifying receiver only if it's a unifying device. Also please check for the unifying logo so tha you can understand whether it is unifying or not.  Let us know if there is anything we can do to assist in the future!

    Regards,
    Pooja
    Logi support

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  • Markham White

    After losing my scrolling and secondary mouse functions while connected to my M1 Max MacBook Pro, tech support had me switch to using the unifying software with a USB receiver dongle. All was fine for a few hours but magically, JUST LIKE WHEN I WAS USING BLUETOOTH, it happened again. All I can do is restart the computer to regain these abilities. Frankly, losing the scroll wheel is pretty much a deal breaker. Please fix this soon!

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  • Emma William

    If your device is a unifying device, you may utilise your prior unifying receiver with it. To establish whether it is unifying or not, check for the unifying logo. Please let us know if there's anything further we can do to assist you in the future.

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  • Amogha A

    Hi Emma,

    Thanks for reaching out and for sharing the information here. Let us know if you have any questions/concerns, we'll be happy to help!

    In case you need any additional support, please write back to us.

    Regards,
    Amogha A
    Logi Support

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