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Connecting a device to a Unifying receiver

Updated:  08/31/2014 08:23 PM

Your Unifying USB receiver can be paired with up to six Unifying devices at a time. You can determine if your Logitech devices are Unifying by this logo:


To connect Unifying devices to your Unifying USB receiver:

  1. Launch the Logitech Unifying software.

    NOTE: If you don't already have it installed, you can download Unifying software from the Software Downloads page.

    • Windows: Start > Programs > Logitech > Unifying > Logitech Unifying Software
    • Macintosh: Application / Utilities / Logitech Unifying Software

  2. At the bottom of the Welcome screen, click Next.


    NOTE: These instructions use Windows screenshots. Macintosh will look slightly different, but the instructions are the same.

  3. When you see the "Restart the device…" screen, follow the on-screen instructions to turn your device off and then back on.


  4. When your device is detected, you'll see a "We have detected your…" confirmation screen. If you connected a:

    • Keyboard: Type a test message in the field provided to make sure it works.

    • Mouse: Move it around to see if the cursor moves with it.

    If your device connected successfully, click Yes and then Next.


    If your device doesn't work right away, wait a minute to see if it connects. If it doesn't, select No and then click Next to restart the pairing process from Step 1 above.

  5. Click Finish to exit the Logitech Unifying Software (or Pair Another Device to pair additional devices). Your device should now be connected.


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