Use a Hudl Bluetooth Remote with Computer

Tips for Pairing the Remote

  • The four digit code on the back of the remote is the remote’s unique Hudl ID.
  • When you see a blinking red light after a button is pressed, the remote is ready to be paired.
  • If there is not a blinking red light on the remote, the remote is already paired with another device. Find this device and disconnect before connecting to a new device.
  • A yellow light blinking in the top right corner of the remote indicates a low battery. The faster the yellow light blinks, the lower the battery.
  • Your computer will list the Hudl Bluetooth Remote as a “Bluetooth Keyboard”.

Windows 7

  1. Click the small white triangle on your task bar.

  2. Right-click the Bluetooth icon and select Add a Bluetooth Device.

  3. The remote will appear as Hudl- followed by your remote’s Hudl ID. Select the remote and click Next to pair with your computer.

Windows 8

  1. Open the Start menu and search for Bluetooth. Select Bluetooth Settings.

  2. The remote will appear as Hudl- followed by your remote’s Hudl ID. Select the remote and Pair.

Tips for Pairing the Remote

  • The four digit code on the back of the remote is the remote’s unique Hudl ID.
  • When you see a blinking red light after a button is pressed, the remote is ready to be paired.
  • If there is not a blinking red light on the remote, the remote is already paired with another device. Find this device and disconnect before connecting to a new device.
  • A yellow light blinking in the top right corner of the remote indicates a low battery. The faster the yellow light blinks, the lower the battery.
  • Your computer will list the Hudl Bluetooth Remote as a “Bluetooth Keyboard”.
  1. Click the Bluetooth icon and select Open Bluetooth Preferences.

  2. If the Bluetooth icon isn’t there, choose the Apple menu, then open System Preferences and select Bluetooth.

  3. The remote will appear as Hudl- followed by your remote’s Hudl ID. Select the remote and click pair.