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#195335 16-Apr-2016 12:09
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Hi,

Can someone please explain how to connect a wireless keyboard to a 50" Veon Smart Tv?

Have tried looking for YouTube clips but can't find any for this TV brand.

Really want to go on the internet but can't use the keyboard to type.

Any video links or suggestions please??

Thanks


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  #1533925 16-Apr-2016 12:16
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So you have a bluetooth keyboard??




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  #1533987 16-Apr-2016 15:24
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what does the manual say about it?

 

given i cant find an online manual for it i cant really help any more than the above


 
 
 
 




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  #1534169 17-Apr-2016 00:02
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I actually brought it off Facebook so there is no manual. Maybe I can look up the model and find the manuel. It all works. I'm not a pro at all this technology stuff.

It's a wireless keyboard but I don't know where in the tv settings I need to go to set my keyboard up with it.

Maybe I can enquire at the Warehouse store here in New Zealand and ask about the tv as they usually sell the brand Veon.

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  #1534206 17-Apr-2016 08:48
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Wouldn't it be quicker to look through the setup menu.





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  #1534207 17-Apr-2016 08:51
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go through all the menus, it will be in there somewhere, and veons site says the current 50in smart tv supports wireless keyboard and mouse

 

whats the model number? i did have a search for current models on veons site and was unsuccessful in finding any manuals


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  #1534224 17-Apr-2016 09:49
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Dalz: Hi,

Can someone please explain how to connect a wireless keyboard to a 50" Veon Smart Tv?

 

I only know of two ways, though there may be more.

 

1. If your TV has bluetooth then it should be able to pair with a bluetooth keyboard.

 

2. Wireless keyboards (non-bluetooth) usually come with a wee USB dongle which plugs into a USB port on the TV, and connects with the keyboard.

 

I have a Logitech K830 (an option 2 keyboard) and it works with everything in my house. 





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  #1534414 17-Apr-2016 14:52
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Model # Smart TV

Build # TV_MX_20141101.101637


 
 
 
 


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  #1534417 17-Apr-2016 14:55
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Dalz: Model # Smart TV

Build # TV_MX_20141101.101637

 

lol no thats not it

 

it will be something like "VN50S90LED"




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  #1534530 17-Apr-2016 19:09
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Sorry.

Veon 50" Led Tv
Model: VN50S90LED

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  #1534545 17-Apr-2016 19:44
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couldnt find anything for that when i did a quick search


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  #1534549 17-Apr-2016 19:46
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I guess the first step is establishing whether it actually supports a keyboard. Just because it's a smart TV means very little.

 

Clearly without a manual answering that question could be difficult.


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  #1534551 17-Apr-2016 19:50
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sbiddle:

 

I guess the first step is establishing whether it actually supports a keyboard. Just because it's a smart TV means very little.

 

Clearly without a manual answering that question could be difficult.

 

 

Veon 50 Inch Full HD LED-LCD Smart TV

 

VN50S90LED

 

Veon 50 Inch Full HD LED-LCD Smart TV  

 

Enjoy full internet connectivity with the Veon Pro Series Smart TV.

 

 

  • Smart TV with Built-in Wi-Fi, to connect to the internet Android 4.2 operating system with 4GB flash memory
  • Supports Smart USB and Smart SD CARD storage input
  • Supports wireless keyboard/mouse control
  • Freeview HD Built-in
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • High brightness: 300cd/m2
  • Contrast ratio: 5000:1
  • HDMI input: x3
  • USB Ready
  • 127cm viewable screen size
  • 3-year warranty

 

 

 

 




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  #1534570 17-Apr-2016 20:46
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Thanks. Yep that's the correct information about it. Still haven't found out how to make the keyboard work with the tv.

Can't see anywhere that says Bluetooth.

There is one part in settings and it only says keyboard. Can't click on it.


I know how to go onto the Internet but need the keyboard to write my password in.


Grrrrrrr sucks.

Don't worry guys. I'll hustle someone to come over and check it out of call the company.

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  #1534631 17-Apr-2016 22:36
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Dalz: Thanks. Yep that's the correct information about it. Still haven't found out how to make the keyboard work with the tv.

Can't see anywhere that says Bluetooth.

There is one part in settings and it only says keyboard. Can't click on it.


I know how to go onto the Internet but need the keyboard to write my password in.


Grrrrrrr sucks.

Don't worry guys. I'll hustle someone to come over and check it out of call the company.

 

from that I am assuming that your keyboard is bluetooth?

 

my guess is that the tv will support a wireless keyboard/mouse but we are talking the kind that uses a dongle
eg, try plugging in the keyboard from your computer and see what it does.





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  #1534655 18-Apr-2016 05:36
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yea im guessing it supports a USB keyboard/ wireless dongle to allow your keyboard/mouse to connect


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