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    I have a touchpad with android 4.0.3 running that is having a problem pairing to an HP wifi Keyboard. When I boot in WebOS, there is no problem at all, When I boot in droid... it sees the keyboard, I click on it and it tells me it's not compatible...

    Any suggestions?
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    There is a utility in the Play Store (search for Bluetooth Keyboard) that will aid in connecting up the keyboard. I needed to use it to test that my HP TouchPad Keyboard would work with Android.
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    That worked! Thanks Noseph, I have a happy teenage son again...
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    is it bluetooth keyboard easyconnect? living outside US, so not sure if this is it.

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    I love physical keyboards... but there is two devices that would make me consider a slab, one is something running a full version of Open webOS. The other is an iPhone!!!! HA HA just kidding (about the iPhone that is)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnleo View Post
    is it bluetooth keyboard easyconnect? living outside US, so not sure if this is it.

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    Yes
    Quidquid Latine dictum sit, altum sonatur.

    Palm III -> Palm V -> Viewsonic Pocket PC V36 -> Treo 650 -> Samsung i760 ->
    Palm Pre Plus -> Palm Pre 2 > Samsung Galaxy Nexus & HP TouchPad

    Android 4.1 - Samsung Galaxy Nexus
    CM9 Alpha 2 Official Nightly w/WebCM9 0.4 - HP TouchPad

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    Quote Originally Posted by noseph View Post
    Yes
    OK, so I was having the same problem with my HP BT KB and downloaded the easyconnect app but didn't like how it kept flashing "Bluetooth Keyboard Easyconnect has superuser access, etc etc" so uninstalled the app and rebooted. Now CM9 detects the KB.

    Does the app leave something behind even after it is removed?
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