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Do Bluetooth Keyboards Work With Windows Phones?


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I tried my HP K4000 and Logitech Android/Windows tablet keyboards. The HP would not pair and the Logitech paired but would not stay connected. If someone has a Microsoft Wedge it would be good to try it.

Rumor has it that 8.1 may support it, my phone has not updated yet.

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I tried the Anker T300 Ultra Slim and the Microsoft Wedge Mobile and neither worked. They would connect but not register any keystrokes.

Sent from my Lumia Icon via Tapatalk

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As soon as my contract with Verizon runs out in September, I'm going back to AT&T. I'm thinking that a NL 1520 and a small Bluetooth keyboard would make a pretty good combination in a variety of situations.

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I have quietly been full time back on the 1520 for a few weeks, and I fully agree.  I hope the keyboard works soon though.  It would be the perfect match. 

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I have quietly been full time back on the 1520 for a few weeks, and I fully agree.  I hope the keyboard works soon though.  It would be the perfect match. 

 

Quietly? Like it was a secret? 

 

I went from the iPhone 5 to the Icon and really like the larger screen, even if I couldn't do everything on the Icon that I could do on the iPhone. It makes me think I'd like an even larger screen phone. 

 

It took going to two or three AT&T stores until I found a real, working 1520 to look at and hold/weigh in my hand. A number of them just had a static image on the front of the phone. I know some people say the 1520 is too big, but I don't think it would be for me. I think it's one of those "you either love it or hate it" kind of things. 

 

Anyway, I still want to see the larger (rumored at this point) 5.5" iPhone 6. We're going back to AT&T no matter what. So after (if?) the larger iPhone 6 is released, I'll decide whether I want to go with it or a 1520 (or perhaps by that time, there will be a successor to the 1520.

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