For some reaons you many need to unpair your Logitech mouse and repair it. So, if you don’t know how to go about this, this article will reveal how to unpiar your Logitech mouse.
First, you need to know that the Logitech mouse is of two types. The Logitech wireless mouse and Logitech Bluetooth mouse. The Logitech mice are compatible with Logitech gaming software or Logitech advanced gaming software.
However, to unpiar the Logitech wireless mouse you will need the Logitech gaming software and as for the Logitech Bluetooth mouse you can just unplug the Bluetooth receiver from your laptop or desktop to unpiar the device without taking additonal steps.
However, you will get to know how to unpiar your Logitech mice in this article. We will consider the steps to take to unpair your Logitech Bluetooth mouse and how to easily unpair your Logitech wireless mouse from your device.
How to Unpair your Logitech Mouse [Wireless]
If you are struggling with how to unpair your Logitech wireless mouse the steps below will be of all. All you need to do is to follow the steps below to learn how you can easily unpair your Logitech wireless mouse from the receiver.
- Launch the “Logitech Unifying Software” on your receiver.
- Select the “Advanced” tab.
- Click on “Un-pair” on the right-hand side.
- A new screen will come with the list of all paired devices.
- Click on the “Logitech Wireless Mouse” name
- Select “Unpair” from the pop to confirm your selection.
Your Logitech wireless mouse will be unpaired following the steps above. To connect your Logitech mouse again, you need to re-pair it.
How to Unpair your Logitech Mouse [Bluetooth]
The Logitech Bluetooth mouse can pair automatically once the USB receiver is plugged into the device [Computer or smart TV] and the mouse is turned on. However, the quickest way to unpair the Logitech Bluetooth mouse is by removing the USB receiver from the device port.
- Unplug the Logitech Bluetooth mouse USB receiver from your computer or Smart TV.
- Turn off the Bluetooth mouse power button.
- Go to your Windows settings.
- Click on “Bluetooth & Devices.”
- Click on the three dots [if you are using Windows 11] and click on “Delete.”
- Select “Yes” from the popup that says are you sure you want to remote this device.
You can follow similar approach to unpiar your Logitech Bluetooth mouse on your Mac computer. Don’t miss how to uninstall the Logitech gaming software on your Mac.
How to Pair Logitech Wireless Mouse
You may also need to check out how to pair a Logitech wireless mouse after you have unpaired it in case you want to pair the mouse again.
- Download and install the Logitech Unifying Software for your OS [ The software supports Windows (8/10/11), Mac (macOS/OS X10 or new), and Chrome OS.
- Unplug any Logitech USB receiver from your PC if you have anyone that is plugged to it.
- Launch the “Logitech Unifying Software” app on your computer.
- Click on “Next” on the welcome screen if this is your first time of using the Logitech software.
- The Logitech software will prompted you to connect the wireless mouse receiver to the computer USB port and click on the “Next.”
- Locate the Logitech wireless mouse “Off/On” tab and slide the “Off” button and the “On” button.
- Click on the “Next” button to proceed.
- The Logitech wireless mouse will be paired/connected to your PC and you should see an indication that the mouse is paired.
Ensure you follow the steps above strictly to be able to pair your Logitect wireless mouse with your computer. If the mouse isn’t paired, repeat the process again and ensure to unplug the Logitech USB receiver before launching the Logitech unifying software to pair the Bluetooth.
How to Pair your Logitect Mouse with a Non-Logitech Device
A single Unifying receiver can pair close to 6 wireless Logitech Mice, Keyboard, and other Logitect devices. However, the key note here is that you can use any Logitech wireless device of your choice with a Unifying receiver. But, you cannot use the Logitech Unifying receiver with a device that is no a Logitech product.
In summary, what you learn in this article include how to unpair your Logitech Mouse [Wireless or Bluetooth] and re-pair when the need arise.