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I have a Mac Bluetooth keyboard, question when the batterys go dead and you put new ones in....how are you expected to get back on the keyboard as it needs the Bluetooth renewing on the Mac...

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You shouldn't need to do anything, it will reconnect automatically.
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You shouldn't need to do anything, it will reconnect automatically.


That's what mine does. Although I will say I have had my bluetooth keyboard for over a year and only had to replace batteries one time.
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Like already stated, it will come right back. I have replaced mine without incident.
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