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I too am facing this, Although for me the mouse works but keyboard does not even pair to the Macbook pro anymore. Both are unifying reciever based devices. would appreciate if someone / logitech fixes this.
Same. I have a logitech k350 keyboard. the unifying application shows it connected, but only in the "advanced" settings. the volume control button works, but none of the other keys. i have set up all the security/privacy settings correctly in the system prefs and restarted multiple times but nothing is working.
Then reinstalled what appears to be the most recent Logitech drivers for Mac: "Logicool". I say 'appears' because it is the only download that lists 10.15 as an available Mac OS version. And the "Logitech firmware update" which recognized the Unifying receiver and reported a successful firmware update.
Help with setupIs the keyboard powered on?Is the Unifying receiver securely plugged into a computer USB port? Try changing USB ports.If the Unifying receiver is plugged into a USB hub, try plugging it directly into a USB port on your computer.Did you pull the battery tab? Check the orientation of the batteries inside the keyboard, or replace the two AAA alkaline batteries.Remove metallic objects between the keyboard and its Unifying receiver.Try moving the Unifying receiver to a USB port closer to the keyboard, or go to www.logitech.com/usbextender for a USB extender that will allow the receiver to be placed closer to the keyboard.Try reconnecting the keyboard and Unifying receiver using the Logitech Unifying software (Refer to the Unifying section in this guide.)What do you think?