Nokia Accessories :: Possible To Connect Usb Keyboard To N8?
Dec 3, 2010
N8 i'm able to connect flash memory with capacity overthan 8 gb to my N8 and share movies anddocument,moreover I was able to connect N97 to my N8 by Usb cable Now the question is it possible to connect usb keyboard or usb printer to N8
I usually use bluetooth on my Nokia E71 without any problem. I can stream audio from the Nokia to my Parrot Party speakers, be hands free in my car bluetooth system, can transfer files between my PC and the Nokia.However, for some odd reason, the Nokia does not detect my Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000. My laptop connects without a problem to this keyboard, but the Nokia won't.
i have an n8 which i am trying to use with a hid compliant bluetooth keyboard. i can pair the device without problem but when i try to connect, my phone keeps saying that it is unable to create the connection. i have seen some Internet videos that have shown a bluetooth keyboard working with the n8. i am using a keysonic ack-595bt keyboard.
I have lost my nokia USB, so I bought a micro USB cable, the phone will not connect to nokia suite, but will charge. I have also got other problems with my phone, it wont connect to wifi or the network (3 UK), so is this part of the same problem? I have also tried all the USB connection modes and nothing works, any help would be appreciated, as I have had nothing but bad luck with my phone over the past week.
I have the Nokia BH-905 bluetooth headphones, and I have successfully connected them to the iPad 2. I cannot, however, find a way to connect them to my Dell Studio 14, Windows 7, 64-bit. I follow all the instructions to a T, but my computer does not recognize the heaphones when I click "Add a Device."
i would like to pair my Nokia BH-104 bluetooth headset with my HP laptop running Windows 7 Professional 32-bit.I can pair the headset but the drivers are not installed correctly. It is decognzed as a Bluettoth Periphelial Device, but not as a headset. Updating the drivers fails.
I've experimented with the Apple bluetooth keyboard that came out with the iPads and it seems to work well with limitations on certain keys (ie. some keys like the volume and function keys just don't work). I'm still deciding whether it is really worth the investment...the keyboard is almost full size and is easy to type quickly on.
So I waited until the BB mini keyboard was released to buy a keyboard based on what i read on other keyboards having connectivity issues. I just got my BB mini keyboard and for the first couple days I have had constant issue with it intermittently disconnecting. Other than the lack of custome options such as scrolling speeds and cursor rates, the functionality and feel of the keyboard is great.
I bought the official Blackberry Playbook mini keyboard a few months ago. It worked once. Failed second time ( I assumed I hadn't charged it enough). Tried again recently, and it definitely isn't charging. No lights; no syncing; no pairing; no nothing. I've tried different chargers and different outlets, and the darned thing is dead. And, I am very certain it is not due to any product abuse, etc. It has just died. I either have a defective product, or is there some trick or reset button or some trick I need to know to charge this device? Or, have I just thrown away $120 on a piece of junk?
i just bought myself the blackberry-branded mini keyboard for the playbook. i know i could've gone with many aftermarket ones, but i didn't want the hassle of partial incompatibility. now this keyboard has a touchpad included too. i'm starting to get the gist of how to use one finger for left-click and two fingers for right-click, etc. but what i can't seem to get is how to text using the mini keyboard's touchpad. i've looked at several Internet videos, but i see it being used in a few of those videos but no idea how they do it. i suppose i could just bring my fingers upto the screen itself and just do it that way, but that sort of defeats the purpose of having a keyboard/pad.
Anyone having problems connecting to a bluetooth device? I have connected my Samsung WEP40 to my last Blackberry Bold 9000 but it won't even recognize the Bluetooth now. I am trying to connect to a Torch 9800. Carrier is AT&T.
I intended to use my Playbook as a presentation tool (instead of carting around a laptop meeting room to meeting room), but I cannot find a reliable means of connecting the mini HDMI output to a standard VGA projector.In my experience meeting rooms usually have an installed projector and a VGA cable ready to be plugged into a laptop. What I need is a cable to converts Mini HDMI to VGA (probably not a likely scenario), or Mini HDMI to HDMI (easy to find) then and adapter that converts the HDMI to a female VGA (just like the one on your computer)...has anyone seen or used such a set up?I don't need HD quality so I'm not worried about signal loss.