So I contacted the company just recently. Sorry for the slight necro posting on this one. The Freedom Pro keyboard works over Bluetooth, so it connects wirelessly to devices. Reason: Added a question Wow! Anyone know of any major differences in the two other than the i-Connex is almost 50% of the price? Thanks again I was able to get my Freedom Pro to work once, but after I turned it off and back on I have not been able to get it to work again. Their email was very polite.
This is the one thing that doesn't work on the kb and I have been trying to figure out. Conclusion Because of the driver issue that I had, there were some limitations to what this keyboard could do for me. The manual did not help much; for some reason it seems to be missing an import pairing step — after telling the phone the code, you also need to enter it into the keyboard. I'm writing this message on my Playbook via my Freedom Pro keyboard! I can quickly make any necessary modifications and then get the notes shared with anyone who I feel needs them. If some knows how I did this please reply.
Value Added Freedom provides a couple of different drivers for the Pro keyboard, each of which supports a different Bluetooth stack Microsoft and Broadcom. How I got cap locks to somehow work on this last line I still can't figure out. Once you load the trial app, then it will work. I'm just the messenger, but wish I'd had this from the start. Moto Z PlayHuawei Watch 2. Holding a key causes repeats, just like my full-sized keyboard. Windows Mobile 5, 6, 6.
As it was a bit tricky and inconsistent I thought this post might help. Last saturday went to my local Verizon store and bought a new Galaxy Note 2, at full retail so I could keep my grandfathered in unlimited data. Regarding the latter above, this was tricky. Worked great on my Centro. This is the one thing that doesn't work on the kb and I have been trying to figure out. I did get my Freedom Pro keyboard to pair and connect with my Droid X and it functions well with Documents to go but due to no mouse, touch-screen, et al.
Once you open the keyboard, you can lock it with a sliding pin. If prompted, confirm the Pairing Numbers on the PlayBook and Freedom Pro match and select Yes. When not in use, it folds flat and slots into the keyboard itself so you can take it with your wherever you have your keyboard. Regarding the latter above, this was tricky. Our 30 Day Money Back Guarantee means you can return your item in exchange for a full refund or exchange. Includes pull-out folding device stand for more convenient device use Also included with the Freedom Pro Universal Bluetooth Keyboard is a sturdy folding stand that lets you place your phone or tablet at a convenient viewing angle while you work.
The last try was to completely wipe the playbook and reset everything. Everything on the keyboard works wonderfully, including the special function keys on my 9930 Curve! How did you guys pair it and am I doing anything wrong? A quick question for you about the Palm 3245ww wireless bluetooth keyboard. Like I said earlier, if you install the app that comes with the device or can be downloaded at otadrivers. They do cheat a bit by making some of the keys narrower than usual, and the split space bar is narrower than you are used to. Edit: I just took a look at the Freedom Pro and the i-Connex.
That's the from Freedom Input Limited. Drivers are available from or directly from. I have written blog keyboare as well as emails with it since, and I have not found a reason to complain. Usually takes 1-3 working days. I'm the technical manager for Freedom Input though so thought I might be able to help answer some of the questions raised. Read our Privacy frwedom Useful links. Find it hard to believe that Android doesn't support this out of the box yet.
I'm waiting for Verizon to get a new iPhone but my Droid X may still remain my device of choice for a smart phone, i. Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard for iPad. Be it for business or school. They gave me some procedures: replace the batteries, unpair, re-pair, etc. And work it did, but I never got used to the odd layout, the unconventional spacing and layout of the keys. The kickstand on the Evo is pretty handy for use with the keyboard. I realize now, for my next phone, that you have to check in advance.