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=== Troubleshooting ===
=== Troubleshooting ===
{{Under construction}}
{{Under construction}}
There are multiple possible issues user could face. It is recommend to check the following most common issues and their solutions and workarounds.
There are multiple possible issues user could face. It is recommend to check the following most common issues and their solutions and workarounds. <!-- === Missing support in the operating system === -->
 
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==== Pogo pins not making proper contact ====
==== Pogo pins not making proper contact ====
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==== Top row is less responsive ====
==== Top row is less responsive ====


== Safety ==
{{Under construction}}
{{warning|1=Do NOT plug any power source into the phone USB-C port while the keyboard is attached. Doing so may result in damage or loss of the keyboard charging functionality.}}
{{warning|1=Do NOT lube the keyboard with GPL 205G0 switch grease. It can cause problems with the key responsiveness and tactility.}}
{{hint|Only use mild isopropyl alcohol when wiping down the clamshell of the device. Stronger solutions may partially strip the coatings.}}


== Software support ==
== Software support ==
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* Charger input: 5V, 3A (15W)
* Charger input: 5V, 3A (15W)
** Charging and battery IC chip: IP5209 power management IC with charge indicate controller and boost converter
** Charging and battery IC chip: IP5209 power management IC with charge indicate controller and boost converter
== Safety ==
{{Under construction}}
{{warning|1=Do NOT plug any power source into the phone USB-C port while the keyboard is attached. Doing so may result in damage or loss of the keyboard charging functionality.}}
{{warning|1=Do NOT lube the keyboard with GPL 205G0 switch grease. It can cause problems with the key responsiveness and tactility.}}
{{hint|Only use mild isopropyl alcohol when wiping down the clamshell of the device. Stronger solutions may partially strip the coatings.}}


== Frequently asked questions ==
== Frequently asked questions ==
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