1. mkjr's Avatar
    Today I purchased a bluetooth mouse and a bluetooth keyboard to use on my new galaxy s4. When I connected both, I can move the mouse and use the keyboard but the keys get "stuck" and will keep sending the same letter. The mouse will intermittenly stick and not update its location for a bit and then snap way out.

    If I recall correctly it says that that the keyboard keeps reconnecting.

    If I turn off one or the other device, neither the mouse or keyboard has any issues. Is this normal? Is there something I can do to fix this?

    The keyboard is a Logitech Tablet Keyboard, I can't find any other way to describe it. Here is a link to it.

    Amazon.com: Logitech Tablet Keyboard (Keyboard-and-Stand Combo) for iPad, iPad 2, iPad (3rd/4th generation), and iPad mini (920-003241): Computers & Accessories

    The mouse is an HP Bluetooth Mouse X4000b.
    05-22-2013 12:53 AM
  2. mkjr's Avatar
    I am not sure if this helps, but my phones model number is SGH-M919. Its on android 4.2.2.

    Kernel version 3.4.0-453951
    Build number JDQ39.M919UVUAMDL

    Any help would be appreciated.
    05-22-2013 03:01 PM
  3. OhAlfie's Avatar
    Sorry, no idea how to fix.

    But I have to ask...why in the world would you (or anyone for that matter) want or need a wireless mouse and keyboard for a smartphone that's mere inches wide/long??
    05-22-2013 03:14 PM
  4. mkjr's Avatar
    I enjoy trying out various things. I also wanted to see if I could work an entire day from my phone. I was able to do that using various apps and ssh tools, and mirroring my phone onto a bigger screen. It was an enjoyable experience and I would probably do it again. It was slightly rough around the edges due to the mouse/keyboard collision issue.

    I also wanted to try out remote desktop and play "relaxed" games from my desktop on my phone. Keep in mind, not games that are twitch based or anything competitive, due to added latency. I was able to use a couple apps and play some turn based games while relaxing, away from my desktop.

    I want to push this device in different ways to enjoy as many facets of it! It's a great device.
    05-22-2013 08:10 PM
  5. dougc405's Avatar
    Connecting to multiple bluetooth devices is not supported.
    06-12-2013 08:13 AM
  6. Richard Lannister's Avatar
    Hi, so after doing some research, it seems that Bluetooth is currently really buggy on 4.2.x and up. I used to be able to connect my PS3 controller to my android device over bluetooth, but when i upgraded to 4.2.2. i couldnt connect anymore. It seems the only solution is to downgrade to anything lower than 4.2.x (such as 4.1.x). Don't know how long Google is going to take to release an update for this bug but i wouldnt hold my breadth.

    Anyone have a solution?
    06-15-2013 07:44 AM
  7. dondiego89's Avatar
    I have my BT earphones and BT keyboard connected all day everyday with no issues. So yes, connecting to multiple devices IS supported.

    Connecting to multiple bluetooth devices is not supported.
    06-25-2013 10:49 AM
  8. mikegonzalez2k's Avatar
    You can pair with as many devices as you want.
    However simultaneous connection to more than one device is NOT allowed.

    Bluetooth has never allowed this, it's a limitation of the hardware.
    Currently it's point-to-point which means that it only allows one data stream.

    For it to communicate to multiple devices simultaneously it would need to be multi-point
    Only wireless headsets have multi-point technology right now.

    In the future this will probably change as tablets are evolving to replace laptops.

    My advice would be to use a keyboard dock with the wireless mouse. That way the keyboard is directly connected and won't interfere with mouse.
    08-18-2013 12:36 AM
  9. eyecon82's Avatar
    dang, so this means i cant use my torque obd2 controller and bluetooth headset while driving at the same time?
    09-06-2013 05:19 PM
  10. eyecon82's Avatar
    dang, so this means i cant use my torque obd2 controller and bluetooth headset while driving at the same time?
    well, I have been able to use the Torque Pro app with the bluetooth OBD2 adapter and my jawbone headset at the same time

    so i guess you can use 2 bluetooth devices at the same time on the s4
    09-09-2013 02:53 PM
  11. Anthony Giorgianni's Avatar
    I have my Samsung Gear 2 and Plantronics Ledgend both paired and operating flawlessly with my Note 3.
    06-27-2014 10:45 AM
  12. Chris Skinner's Avatar
    YOU CAN PAIR AND USE MULTIPLE DEVICES AT ONCE! I"M DOING IT RIGHT NOW. maybe that was an old post using an older version of BT? But even then, i was doing it years ago. Bluetooth audio AND communication with my cars OBD BT device simultainiously.
    07-10-2014 12:25 PM
  13. RepairLync's Avatar
    Is this true for all Bluetooth devices? Or only if it's an audio BT device and non-audio device?
    12-28-2014 05:15 PM
  14. Jax112's Avatar
    Okay guys I need a little help. I have a Samsung galaxy S4 on Verizon. I use my Motorola wireless Bluetooth headset to listen to podcasts while I run I also want to purchase a Samsung gear Fit. Can I do both. Phone running 4.4.2 still waiting on lollipop.
    12-29-2014 11:43 AM
  15. Fourthletter58's Avatar
    Sorry this just isn't true, I used both a bluetooth mouse and keyboard with my old Archos tablet that ran 4.0. The bluetooth standard has always supported this otherwise it would be pointless to use on a PC. Good luck trying to copy files to two devices over bluetooth but keyboard and mice use so little data it is never a problem, this just sounds like a bug in your ROM.
    01-10-2015 09:50 AM
  16. extraclass's Avatar
    Audio Bluetooth devices are treated different than a Bluetooth Mouse and Keyboard. You can use a mouse and keyboard using an OTG adapter and a powered USB Hub. The powered hub keeps from using the phone battery to power the extra USB connections. This works well if you have a lot of typing to do and cannot be on your computer.
    Audio output is still available with the S-4 in standby mode with the screen off! You can listen to music for hours with a plug in headset or Bluetooth headset! With the screen off the battery drain is very low!
    01-10-2015 09:41 PM
  17. riceek's Avatar
    Hello- I have a similar question with a slight departure.

    Is there an app or tool for managing multiple bluetooth devices? I would like to have my BlueAnt headset on and ready for phone calls, but like to listen to music/radio through a bluetooth speaker. So, if I am listening to the radio and a call comes in, I can choose to answer using the headset? The speaker can also work as a speakerphone- another little wrinkle.

    Thanks in advance for any information.

    E. Rice
    Samsung s4
    01-19-2015 01:58 PM

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