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7dayshop Mini Bluetooth 3.0 Keyboard - Works with Apple iPad / 2 / 3, iPhone 3G / 3GS / 4 / 4S, iPod Touch /Android / PS3 / Smart Phone / PC & Mac

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ASINB004FJG402
Best Sellers Rank 57,874 in Computers (See top 100)
Date First Available7 Dec. 2010
  
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Seb on 7 Feb. 2011
I was a little sceptical whether this would work with Android (because it explicitly says it doesn't!) but knowing that it presents itself as a standard HID, and Android 2.3 (Gingerbread, which I'm running on my HTC Desire, Cyanogenmod 7) has proper bluetooth HID support, I thought I'd give it a go - and it was such a bargainous price I firgured what's to lose!

Took a little bit of guess work on how to pair it (press the tiny button on the top, next to the LEDs, then pair on your phone, enter a passnumber (like 1234) then enter the same number on the keyboard and press enter) - but it worked first time, and it's a really reliable connection.

The keys are a bit squidgy, but I'm getting used to them now - all the keys (except for ~, which is a little bit annoying, but I'm sure I'll find a workaround) seem to work, and it's got a built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery (comes with USB charger) so all-in-all, I'm well chuffed..

Highly recommended for anyone with an Android phone running custom firmwares (i.e. with fixed bluetooth stacks) who wishes they'd bought a phone with a hardware keyboard :) it's absolutely perfect used in conjunction with ConnectBot ssh client :)

p.s. just for fun, I paired it with my Windows PC too - that seems to work rather well too, so I can control VLC from across the room. Awesome.

So to sum up, AMAZING! Thank you 7dayshop :)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Larry in Sussex on 12 Mar. 2011
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Awwww cute! Makes my phone look like a mini PC.

You get a mini keyboard in a cardboard box with a driver CD (for PC's i suppose If required)
and a bit of plastic packing - No written instructions though. (Not that you need them)

Charged it for an hour, switched on the rear switch, enabled the Bluetooth on my
Samsung Galaxy s i9000 (Running Froyo - Android 2.2) and it paired in seconds,
had to enter a 6 digit code on the keyboard and off we went...

Quality? the shiny black casing is a bit cheap and cheerful but it does the job well enough,
the keyboard is like a small version of the Sinclair Spectrum rubber keyboard from the 80s.

They are a bit wobbly in feel.

Response time appears surprisingly quick.

For under £12.00 including postage it is still a bargain..

Will it work on your Android phone?

Not likely if you have Eclair 2.1.

Support for Bluetooth is generally patchy on Froyo 2.2
- Be warned that a very few 2.2 Android
phones do but MOST don't.

Search the net and look for Blutooth HID profile support on your phone...
Gingerbread 2.3 onwards is supposed to have full support for all though.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By F. Thompson on 25 Mar. 2012
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The manual on the small disk that came with the keyboard told me that I was to go into a directory on the disk called android and copy a file called android.apk to my phone. But, there was no such directory, just Nokia and windows directories! I then tried to install Android Apps to help me but discovered that I needed my new phone rooted with some apps which would invalidate the warranty.

After a bit of messing around I discovered that my Android Gingerbread phone supports something called Bluetooth HID or Human Interface Device Profile! This basically means that all I needed to do to pair the keyboard was to...

(1)Switch both device's Bluetooth on.
(2)Set the the keyboard to pairing mode using the button to the right of the LED's.
(3)Tell my phone to search for devices.
(4)When prompted on my phone, enter a pass number such 0000 or 1234.
(5)On the Bluetooth mini keyboard, enter the chosen pass number and then depress the keyboard's enter key.

After that they paired and I could edit emails and documents easily!

The keyboard itself is reasonably well made and the on/off slide button on mine was a little stiff. I am giving this keyboard 5 stars because of it's great value for money and because it works very well when you understand the simple process in initial pairing.
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The "pair" button seems permanently depressed, but switching on enters pairing mode, then stops, faulty? but not a showstopper
Android driver supplied on Cd needs to be installed on phone
I found I had to put SD card into PC directly so I could write onto it
In the phone the App installer would not install without changing the "Application settings" to allow "Unknown sources"
The app would start but fail to register and close on second screen. connected by 3G or Wifi

Tested pairing on a PC - the PC generates a code you then have to type on the keyboard - that worked

Tested without the supplied android driver I could use the android bluetooth settings to "pair" but not "connect" the keyboard

Anyone managed to "register" the pesky software driver they supply (what info does it send back when registering?)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Yousef Hani Darwish on 8 April 2011
The reason I purchased this board us to use with my ps3 console. But so far I've used it with my Mac and and my iPad 2 and they both work with it just fine. :)

It very light and almost is the exact size the iphone 4. It even fitted in one of my iphone 4 silicone cases :). I still have yet to try it with my ps3 but I'm confident it will work.
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