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Windows Initial Setup

  1. Only follow theseinitial setup instructions if you are using a CORE 2nd Gen or a DUO
    • Pictured is the CORE 1st Gen, which does not require these steps.
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  2. Open the Windows Bluetooth setting. 
    • In the bottom left search bar, type in “Bluetooth.” Select “Bluetooth and other device settings” from System settings.
    • This can also be found by opening Windows Settings > Devices > Bluetooth and other devices
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  3. Select “Add Bluetooth or other device.” Then select “Bluetooth (Mice, keyboards, pens, or audio and other kinds of Bluetooth devices)”
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  4. Select “Add Bluetooth or other device.” Then select “Bluetooth (Mice, keyboards, pens, or audio and other kinds of Bluetooth devices)”
  5. Ensure your Eko device is powered on. You can look for a blinking white light on the Eko device to indicate that it is powered ON. It should then appear as an option on the “Add a device” list.
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  6. Select your Eko device from the list of devices to add in the Windows bluetooth menu. It should appear something like “Eko Core” or “Eko DUO vX.X
  7. Wait as the lights on your Eko device are solid. Once the lights start blinking again, turn off your Eko device and Windows Bluetooth.
  8. Turn on your Eko device, and then turn on Windows Bluetooth. The Eko device should now pair automatically with Windows.

 

LBL 300, Rev A, December 8, 2021



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