Btstack mouse not working

Discussion in 'iPod touch Hacks' started by Pikzilla, Jan 28, 2010.

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    I just attempted to connect my bluetooth mouse to my iPod, but BTstack did not recognise it. Btstack mouse has worked before with my ipod (not this mouse), and the mouse works fine with my PC. Any ideas?
     
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    You need to un-pair the mouse from the Mac or PC. Have you done that?
     
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    You need to unpair it not just remove the adaptor. Most mouses only comprehend one stack (or pairing at a time).
     
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    Um, completely irrelevant but, why would you need a mouse for your iPod Touch? o_o
     
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    It really just a kinda neat novelty.
     
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    Hey, I realize how stupid this sounds, but how do I unpair the mouse?
     
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    Mac Os X or Windows?
     
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    I was really hoping you were going to say Mac because I had the same problem as you before I unpaired the mouse. But are you on XP Vista or 7?
     
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    If you want, I could connect it to my mac; I think that breaks any old pairs. Otherwise, Xp.
     
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    Yes connect to the Mac then after you have connected go to the mouse preferences and highlight that mouse and then select the - button.
    Also if still doesn't work, make sure that your iPhone's bluetooth is on and discoverable.
    Sorry for late reply.
     

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