How to Set Up Your iHome Mouse

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Are you looking for a simple and easy way to setup your iHome Bluetooth mouse? Look no further! In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the steps to get your iHome mouse up and running in no time.

First of all, you need to make sure that your device is turned on and that Bluetooth is enabled. To do this, go to ‘Settings’ via the Windows logo and then gear wheel, and click ‘Devices’ and switch on Bluetooth.

Once Bluetooth is enabled on your device, press and hold the synchronization button on the bottom of the mouse for a few seconds until it appears in the list of devices. Now choose the mouse from the list in order to connect it to your computer.

If you are hving trouble pairing or resetting your iHome mouse, you may need to reset its Bluetooth settings. To do this, turn unit ON then press and hold the Bluetooth Pairing Button on the back of the unit for 8 seconds. Select “iHome iBTW39/390” in your device’s Bluetooth menu to connect your device.

If prompted for a passcode, enter “1234” on your device’s keypad. If pairing is successful, a voice prompt will announce “CONNECTED,” then the Bluetooth indicator will appear solid blue, indicating that your iBTW39/390 is ready to play music!

That’s all thre is to it! With just a few quick steps you can have your iHome mouse up and running in no time at all!

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Locating the Pairing Button on an IHome Mouse

The pairing button on your iHome mouse is located on the back of the unit. It is a small, round button that is typically labeled “Bluetooth Pairing” or something similar. To reset Bluetooth settings, press and hold this button for 8 seconds.

Connecting an iHome Mouse to a Phone

To connect your iHome mouse to your phone, first make sure that Bluetooth is enabled on your device. Then, locate the Bluetooth menu on your device and select “iHome iBTW39/390” to begin the pairing process. You may be prompted for a passcode – in this case, enter “1234” on your device’s keypad. If pairing is successful, you will hear a voice prompt stating “CONNECTED” and the Bluetooth indicator will be solid blue, indicatng that the iBTW39/390 is ready to use.

Setting Up a Wireless Mouse

To setup your wireless mouse, you will need to first make sure that your computer is equipped with a Bluetooth connection. If it is, then switch on the Bluetooth and press and hold the synchronization button on the bottom of your wireless mouse. This will cause the mouse to appear in the list of devices on your computer. Select the mouse from this list, and you should be all set!

Troubleshooting Bluetooth Connection Issues with IHome

It is possible that your iHome is having difficulty connecting to Bluetooth for a few reasons. First, make sure that your iHome and iOS or iPadOS device are close to each other. Then, try turning your iHome off and back on again, as well as ensuring that it is fully charged or connected to power. If your iHome uses batteries, check to see if they need to be replaced. If these steps do not resolve the issue, you may need to consult the user manual for furher troubleshooting instructions.

Troubleshooting Bluetooth Mouse Pairing Issues

Your Bluetooth mouse might not be pairing because your computer’s Bluetooth may be turned off, the mouse may need to be reset, or there may be interference from other wireless devices. To troubleshoot this issue, start by making sure your computer’s Bluetooth is turned on. If it is on, try resetting the mouse. If that doesn’t work, look for any other wireless devices that could be interfering with the connection and move them away from the mouse. If you’re still having trouble pairing your Bluetooth mouse, run the Bluetooth troubleshooter in Windows for further assistance.

Pairing an iHome with an iPhone

To pair your iHome iBT620 with your iPhone, start by making sure your Bluetooth device is discoverable. Then power on the speaker and it will enter auto-pairing mode. If you’d like to manually pair, press and hold the Bluetooth button for 2 seconds. Then select “iHome iBT620” from your iPhone’s Bluetooth menu to complete the pairing process.

Troubleshooting Mouse Connection Issues with Mobile Phones

The most common reason your mouse won’t connect to your phone is that the mouse isn’t in pairing mode. To put your mouse into pairing mode, check the device’s user manual for instructions. Once your mouse is in pairing mode, you can select it from the list that appears in your Bluetooth settings. If you wait too long on this menu, you may need to tap Scan at the top of the screen. If you still can’t connect ater pairing, try unpairing the mouse and then trying again.

Syncing an iHome with an iPhone

To sync your iHome device to your iPhone, start by downloading the iHome Connect app from the App Store. Once installed, open the app and select your Wi-Fi network (enter the password if necessary). Once connected, open your music iTunes app and click on the AirPlay icon at the bottom right and select the iW1. This will establish a connection beween your iPhone and iHome device. After a few moments, you’ll be able to stream music from your iPhone to your iHome device.

Activating a Mouse

In order to activate your mouse, you’ll need to make sure it’s properly connected to your computer. Depending on the type of mouse you have, you’ll eithr need to connect a USB cable to one of the USB ports on the back or side of your computer, or if you’re using a wireless mouse, you’ll need to insert batteries into the mouse and then sync it with your computer.

Once the mouse is physically connected, your computer should automatically install the necessary drivers and provie basic functionality. However, if you’d like to customize additional settings for your mouse such as changing pointer speed or configuring extra buttons, you may need to install additional software from the manufacturer’s website.

Connecting a USB Mouse

To connect your USB mouse, first make sure that it is compatible with your laptop model. Then plug the mouse’s USB cable into the matching port on the side of your laptop. After that, restart your computer while the mouse is still connected. Finally, move your mouse a few times to confirm that the cursor responds correctly. If you experience any issues connecting your mouse, please consult the manufacturer’s instructions for further assistance.

Do I Need Bluetooth to Connect a Wireless Mouse?

Yes, you need Bluetooth to connect a wireless mouse. Bluetooth is a wireless technology that uses radio waves to connect devices over short distances, such as a mouse and your computer. Most wireless mice use Bluetooth to communicate with your computer, eliminating the need for a USB dongle. To use a Bluetooth mouse, you must first pair it with your computer. This is typically done though the operating system’s control panel or settings menu. Once the pairing is complete, you will be able to use the mouse with your computer wirelessly, without any wires or cords!


In conclusion, setting up the iHome mouse is a straightforward process that should not take more than a few minutes. To reset the Bluetooth settings, simply turn the unit on and hold the Bluetooth Pairing button for 8 seconds. When prompted for a passcode, enter “1234” and a voice prompt will announce that the device is connected. To install the mouse in Windows, go to Settings, switch on Bluetooth and press and hold the synchronization button on the bottom of the mouse. This will make it apear in the list of devices, allowing you to select it and connect it to your computer. Following these steps will ensure that your iHome mouse is set up quickly and easily.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.