How do I connect my iHome mouse?
Connecting iHome to a MacBook
- Locate your iHome’s Bluetooth device pass code in the user manual for your specific iHome model.
- Press the “Pairing” button on your iHome until both the Bluetooth and Pairing icons begin to flash.
- Open “System Preferences” from your MacBook’s Dock.
- Click the “Set Up New Device” button.
Is my iHome mouse Bluetooth?
IDEAL FOR WORKING: Ideal for working at home or on the go, this compact, two-button Bluetooth wireless mouse with scroll wheel features high-performance 1600 DPI laser cursor control that glides smoothly and precisely across your screen.
Why is my iHome mouse not connecting?
Resetting the Unit If the unit is “frozen” or locks up, you may wish to reset it. To do so, turn the unit ON and press the end of paperclip or similar into the reset port on the back of the unit for less than 2 seconds to reset it without clearing Bluetooth settings. The unit will reset and power back on.
What does DPI mean on a mouse?
dots per linear inch
DPI is the standard used to measure the mouse sensitivity, expressed as the number of DPIs (dots per linear inch) that a device can detect. By changing the DPI, you can instantly adjust pointer speed for precision tasks, such as in-game targeting or photo editing.
Why is my iHome mouse not working?
Resetting the Unit. If the unit is “frozen” or locks up, you may wish to reset it. To do so, turn the unit ON and press the end of paperclip or similar into the reset port on the back of the unit for less than 2 seconds to reset it without clearing Bluetooth settings. The unit will reset and power back on.
How do I make my iHome Bluetooth keyboard discoverable?
Turn on your Bluetooth device and make it “discoverable” by turning on Bluetooth mode (check in Connections or Settings). Press the Power Button to turn on the iBTW39/390. The first time the unit is powered on it will enter pairing mode automatically.
How do I fix an unresponsive mouse?
Try these steps, organized in order of most-common and easiest to most intensive.
- Inspect the mouse for hardware damage.
- Clean the mouse.
- Replace the batteries.
- Try a different USB port.
- Connect the mouse directly to the USB port.
- Use the mouse on an appropriate surface.
- Update the driver.
Where is the reset button on wireless mouse?
Multiple Methods of Reset Check the bottom of your mouse, and turn the power to the On position. Look under the power button for the reset button. If one is there, hold the reset for five full seconds to reset the mouse. Attempt to use the mouse to see if the problem is resolved.