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logitech 920-009469 Slim Folio Case with Integrated Bluetooth Keyboard User Guide

SLIM FOLIO
Case with integrated Bluetooth keyboard
Setup Guide

Know your product

  1. Tablet holder
  2. Battery holder (two Lithium coin batteries pre-installed)
  3. Hot keys
  4. Keyboard
  5. Bluetooth® and battery status light
  6. Product documentation

Setting up the keyboard case

Getting started

  1. Pull the battery tab away from the keyboard:
  2. Open the keyboard case, make sure the edge of your iPad is aligned with the tablet holder and push down:
  3. Move the keyboard case into the typing position:

The keyboard turns on automatically. Establishing connection with your iPad The keyboard case links to your iPad via a Bluetooth connection. The first time you use the keyboard case, you must pair it with your iPad.
The status light blinks blue to indicate that the keyboard is discoverable, ready for pairing with your iPad.

The first time you turn on the keyboard it remains discoverable for 15 minutes.
If the status light turns red, replace the batteries. For more information, see “Replacing the keyboard batteries.”
To pair your keyboard case with your iPad:

  1. On your iPad:
    – Make sure Bluetooth is on.
    Select Settings > Bluetooth > On.
    – Select “Slim Folio” from the Devices menu.
  2. If your iPad requests a PIN, enter it using the keyboard (not on your iPad).
    When successful connection is made, the status light turns solid blue for a short time, and then turns off.

Connecting to another iPad

  1. Move the keyboard case into the typing position.
  2. On your iPad, make sure Bluetooth is on. Select Settings > Bluetooth > On.
  3. Press the Bluetooth connect button for 2 seconds until the status light blinks blue:
    The keyboard is discoverable for 3 minutes.
  4. Select “Slim Folio” from the Devices menu.
  5. If your iPad requests a PIN, enter it using the keyboard (not on your iPad).
    When successful connection is made, the status light turns solid blue for a short time, and then turns off.

Using the keyboard case
Two viewing positions
The keyboard case provides two viewing positions—one for typing and another for browsing.
To type, move the keyboard case into the typing position, aligning it with the built-in magnet to secure it:

The keyboard turns on automatically when you move the keyboard case into the typing positon.
To browse, place the keyboard case in the browsing position:

The keyboard powers off automatically when you move the keyboard case out of the typing position.
Detaching your iPad
To detach your iPad from the case, bend back one of the tablet holder corners:

Your iPad is then released:

Storing your iPad for travel

  1. Insert your iPad in the tablet holder.
  2. Close the keyboard case:

Status light indicators

Your keyboard case’s status light provides information about the battery power and Bluetooth connection:

Light Description
Green The batteries have adequate charge.
Red Battery power is low (less than 10%). Replace the batteries.
Blinking blue Fast: The keyboard is in discovery mode, ready for pairing.
Slow: The keyboard is trying to reconnect to your iPad.
Solid blue Bluetooth pairing or reconnection is successful.

Hot keys

Home = iPad Home screen
Siri
Use your voice to send messages, make calls, schedule meetings, and more
Search
Type keywords in the search bar for contacts, music, notes, events, mail, web, and more
Switch language
Switches the keyboard language
Virtual keyboard
Shows/hides the virtual keyboard
Previous track
Play/Pause
Next track
Mute
Volume down
Volume up
Lock screen
Locks or unlocks the iPad screen
Bluetooth connect
Battery check Check the keyboard battery status

Function keys

Fn + X = Cut
Fn + C = Copy
Fn + V = Paste

Note: To select a function key, press and hold the fn key, and then press the key indicated above.

Replacing the keyboard batteries

If the status light is red the keyboard casebatteries need to be replaced.

  1. Rotate your keyboard and fold the tablet holder round to the back of the keyboard.
  2. Using a fingernail or thumbnail, pry open the battery holder from the top of the keyboard.
  3. Remove the old batteries and insertnew batteries.
  4. Close the battery holder.

Battery information
– A set of new batteries provides about four years of use when the keyboard is used about two hours a day.*
– Replace the batteries if the status light turns red briefly after the keyboard turns on.
– When not in use, close the keyboard case to conserve power.
– The keyboard enters sleep mode automatically if not used for a while in the typing position. Press any key to wake it.

* Actual battery life will vary with use, settings, and environmental conditions.

Visit Product Support

There’s more information and support online for your product. Take a moment to visit Product Support to learn more about your new Bluetooth keyboard.
Browse online articles for setup help, usage tips, and information about additional features. If your Bluetooth keyboard has optional software, learn about its benefits and how it can help you customize your product.
Connect with other users in our Community Forums to get advice, ask questions, and share solutions.

Troubleshooting

The keyboard does not work
– Press any key to wake the keyboard from sleep mode.
– Turn the keyboard off and then back on.
– Replace the keyboard batteries. For more information, see “Replacing the keyboard batteries.”
– Re-establish the Bluetooth connection between the keyboard and your iPad.
– On your iPad, check that Bluetooth is turned on. (Settings > Bluetooth > On).

At Product Support, you’ll find a wide selection of content including:
– Tutorials
– Troubleshooting
– Support community
– Online documentation
– Warranty information
– Spare parts (when available)
Go to:
www.logitech.com/support/slim_folio

– Choose “Slim Folio” from the Devices menu on your iPad. The status light turns solid blue when Bluetooth connection is established.

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Documents / Resources

logitech 920-009469 Slim Folio Case with Integrated Bluetooth Keyboard [pdf] User Guide
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