it is not working under Raspbian and I don't know how to connect it. In Windows you don't have to do anything and it starts to work automatically.Douglas6 wrote: What exactly are the problems you're experiencing?
Here's a mainpage of deviceFeatures:
2.4G wireless connection range: Radius 10 m
High sensitivity touch template, template DPI adjustable function touch
Mini QWERTY 92-key keyboard multimedia control keys and PC gaming control keys
Automatic sleep / wake patterns
Google TV hot key
Support for multiple languages
Ergonomic handheld design is easy to carry and operate
Removable battery, super long standby
PC remote control of home entertainment, multimedia education, training, meetings, presentations and
Control computer; Car TV, HTPC, big screen TV, smart TV, hard disk player, network player, X-BOX
System Requirements :
Windows,Linux,Android/Google/Smart TV,Mac OS
Connection: RF 2.4G wireless connection
Power supply: 2 x 1.5V 3A battery(Not included)
Operating voltage: 3.3V
Wireless Transmit Power: 2dBm
Very similar to this one: http://www.cpmspectrepi.uk/raspberry_pi ... eyPad.htmlMrRose wrote: ...
Here's a mainpage of device
To clarify further, if you're using NOOBS to install Raspbian (or any other O.S. that NOOBS can download if a network connection has been established) until that install has completed, AIUI, you are using a limited (busy-box?) version of Linux (kernel) and that supports fewer types of wireless keyboards (and, IIRC, does not support bluetooth devices). Once Raspbian (or other O.S.) has been installed then support is better. As yet, you haven't stated how you installed Raspbian and at what point in the process your keyboard is giving problems.MrRose wrote:It is impossible that exists any practical difference between NOOBS instalation and "pure" Raspbian.
Thank you for that extra info. - it appears that you aren't (or didn't) try the keyboard until after NOOBS had installed Raspbian. Given that it is impossible to test and check all variants of keyboard/chipset combinations unfortunately you seem to have one that's less well supported in Raspbian's (current) kernel. (Odriod/Ubuntu 14.04 probably uses an older kernel).MrRose wrote:I've installed it copying "full" version of NOOBS from RPi site. Bluetooth works fine. I didn't try wireless keyboard in the meantime but when I tried tonight I've seen that keyboard works in text editor. Touchpad is still not working correctly. In general, it works but not as expected (impossible to move cursor but it isn't dead). I have to correct myself. Touchpad doesn't work on Odroid (Ubuntu 14.04), too but it is working fine on Windows.
For "cross reference" can you post the output of lsusb for each of those (since that of @MrRose and mine appear to use different chipsets)Tinderbox (UK) wrote:There appears to be virtually identical version that have newer software, I bought the keyboard from ebay the same as you and the smart keys did nothing, I bought a branded retail boxed version from Amazon UK and the smart key`s work on this one.
MrRose wrote:Smart keys works fine under Windows in my case. That means, everything's OK with the keyboard but problems are related with Linux.
BTW what's the function of Fn+Space?
That appears to be a perfect definition of PEBCAK.iminuru wrote: Hi
My keyboard works fine now. Problem existed when I tried to use keyboard while I am connected via VNC connection. When I use keyboard directly with computer connected to HDMI monitor, everything works fine.