To troubleshoot a tablet keyboard, it is necessary to determine the main problem. Problems with tablet keyboards include a beeping sound with no characters when the keyboard is pressed, or the keyboard is totally unresponsive.
Tablets may come with either a touchpad or a keyboard. While these are made to last, issues often arise with them. A necessary precaution when working with tablets is to check if there are issues with keyboards after updates are done. This is done by checking online on the manufacturer’s website and in relevant forums. The keyboards that come with the tablets are sturdy, but they still have to be handled with care.
If after taking all necessary precautions the keyboard doesn’t work, disconnect it from the tablet and wait at least ten to twenty seconds before reconnecting it. Sometimes, the tablet is stuck and turning it off and then on again fixes the problem.
While updates may cause keyboards not to work, sometimes it is the lack of updates that is the problem. Check for any necessary updates where this applies. When applying updates, it is always better to have the keyboard connected to the tablet. If this is not done, the update may not apply to the keyboard. Another idea is to clean the ports through which the keyboard is connected to the tablet.