Bluetooth pairing

In order to use your Magic Trackpad 1 with Windows you need to pair it as a Bluetooth device.

Even without any installation the Magic Trackpad 1 should pair as generic mouse on most PCs with Bluetooth enabled.

For pairing no additional software is required.

Here are some links which might help further.

Once the Magic Trackpad 1 is paired it should work as a generic mouse. Moving your finger on the pad moves the cursor. Clicks can be performed by clicking in the bottom corners of the trackpad.

Pair your Magic Trackpad 1

  1. On Windows right click on your Bluetooth icon in the taskbar and choose Add a Bluetooth device.
    If you can't see the Bluetooth icon it might be hidden. Click on the little up arrow in the icons section of the taskbar. If there is still no Bluetooth icon it might be removed from the taskbar icons. Search Windows for Bluetooth settings or Add a device or refer to your Windows Help System on how to add a device.
  2. Select your Magic Trackpad 1 (shown with a mouse icon!) from the devices listed, it can take a little while until it appears.
  3. Depending on your Windows version click Pair or Next. Wait and follow the instructions.
    If a code is requested while pairing enter 0000.

Verify pairing

Once the Magic Trackpad 1 is paired it should work as a generic mouse.

Moving your finger moves the cursor. Clicks can be performed by clicking the left or right bottom corner of the trackpad.

If you can move the mouse pointer on the screen it's time to install the Magic Trackpad 1 Control Panel.

Note: If pairing doesn't work in the first place, the Magic Trackpad 1 Control Panel installation doesn't help either.