Here are some tips to improve a Mac mouse that has stopped working. Are you having trouble getting your mouse working on your Mac? No matter what type of Magic Mouse you use, there will be times when your mouse stops working correctly on your Mac. These tricks and tips will help you get the mouse to work again on your Mac.
You can navigate through macOS using mouse keys, an accessibility feature. Before you begin the following fixes, you might want to activate your trackpad or another input device.
To open the Accessibility Shortcuts menu, press Cmd + Options +. To highlight the mouse keys option, repeatedly press the Tab button. To select it, press Space and then Esc. Save your changes.
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You can use the 7, 9, U, O. J., K, L, and 7, 9, U, O. J to move the cursor. K keys or the 7, 8, 9, 4, 6, 1, 2, and 3 keys on a number pad. You can use either the I key or the five key on your Numpad to simulate a mouse click. Your Mac's Bluetooth can be turned off and back on
Your Apple wireless mouse may not work if there are minor Bluetooth issues. Third-party Bluetooth mice may also experience the same problem. To resolve this issue, disable and re-enable Bluetooth on your Mac. This is how to do it:
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Restart your Mac after this. The PLIST files will be automatically restored. If your mouse is working correctly, go to the preferences pane ( system preference > mouse) and reconfigure it.
It can also reset the SMC and NVRAM on your Mac.
Your Mac may not be compatible with the mouse you have now. You may have a defective mouse.
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Connect the mouse to another Mac to verify. If the problem persists, it is time to replace or repair your mouse. A Magic Trackpad is also an option.
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