When attempting to pair, your iOS device may not list your Mac or indicate that it is incompatible. Try the following procedure:
1Keyboard 2.4 attempts to eliminate all connection bugs for good. We are beta-testing it before launch.
If version 2.4 works for a device that you previously weren't able to connect to, please notify us and we will update the App Store with a new release.
This experimental version will expire after Jan 10 2014.
Make sure both your Mac input source (selected language) and your iOS device input source are the same before typing.
When the matching numbers come up on the TV and the mac, you must first press the enter button (largest button) on the apple tv remote, and only then, on the Mac - click on the 'yes' button.
Unfortunately Apple doesn't support hitting Send using an external Bluetooth Keyboard, so 1Keyboard cannot do this either. We will have to stay tuned untill Apple finally add this very requested feature.
The first time you want use 1Keyboard with a new device, you need to go through the following pairing process:
Now you may proceed to using iPhone applications needing text input.
To type on a device, select in from the menubar menu, or perform its keyboard shortcut.
Text you type in the black box will be sent to your device.