Catalina and Logitech Keyboards

KraftyKatt

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Sep 9, 2019
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Hello folks

I have a logitech mouse and keyboard setup - my mouse is working just fine after my beta upgrade to 10.15 but it refuses to "recognize" either of my keyboards (k350 & k360) which both work fine on my 10.14 macbook Air.

When i try to connect with unifying software it sees that i have turned on to connect the keyboard but it wont recognize the key pressing. I am unsure if anyone knows of a fix for this. my unifyer is 12.03 firmware.

If you have a solution I would be grateful! Thanks
 

chscag

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Feb 17, 2008
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Someone mentioned in another forum that some Logitech software that is used so that their devices work right is still 32 bit. Are you sure that your unifying software is 64 bit? As you probably know, Catalina will not run any software that is 32 bit or in some cases have 32 bit dependencies.
 

Fishrrman

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Feb 20, 2009
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My opinion only.
Something you could try:
DELETE the Logitech-provided software.

Then...
Use either "SteerMouse" or "USB Overdrive" to control the mouse.
 

kfscoll

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Nov 3, 2009
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I'm having the same issue with my 2013 Mac Pro, MX Master 2S, and Craft keyboard. I'm using Bluetooth until Logitech updates the Unifying Software for Catalina, but Bluetooth isn't nearly as smooth for me as using the USB dongle.
 

shopmcintosh

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Oct 8, 2019
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Anyone solve the Logitech issue? I upgraded to Catalina today and now my K350 keyboard does not work. can't find any info on Logitech (per usual).