Rapoo E6700 Setup Instructions
Rapoo E6700 Setup Instructions
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Insert SD card into Raspberry Pi.
Connect HDMI cable from Raspberry Pi to monitor.
Connect a standard USB keyboard and mouse into USB sockets on Raspberry Pi.
Connect the power supply to the Raspberry Pi, and switch on.
Once the Raspberry Pi has fully booted, you should be in the standard Raspbian desktop. At
this point you will need to be connected to the internet; so either connect to a WiFi
connection by clicking on the network icon at the top right of the desktop screen and select
the required network, or connect an Ethernet cable between the Pi and the router.
6. Open a terminal window on the Raspberry Pi, and type in the following commands:sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
sudo apt install bluetooth
sudo apt install blueman bluez python-gobject python-gobject-2
sudo reboot
7. Switch on the Bluetooth keyboard, and press the connect button on the underside of the
keyboard. The blue ‘connect’ LED should flash.
8. Click on the Bluetooth icon at the top right of the desktop screen, and select ‘Add Device’.
9. From the list of Bluetooth devices, select ‘Rapoo E6700’, and click on the ‘Pair’ button.
10. You should be instructed to enter a 6 digit passcode on the Bluetooth keyboard. Type in the
code, and press the enter key. At this point the keyboard should be successfully paired and
connected to the Raspberry Pi.
We have found that the Bluetooth keyboard will automatically connect following a reboot.
However we have also seen reports of situations where some Bluetooth keyboards do NOT
automatically connect following reboot. In this situation, check the following instructions:https://thepihut.com/blogs/raspberry-pi-tutorials/17841464-bluetooth-installing-and-usingbluetooth-on-the-raspberry-pi
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