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I always have to disconnect/reconnect the hp tilt pen

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Example: Spectre x360
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi!

 

I just needed some advices about the HP tilt pen, the black one. I bought it and it works perfectly fine. Except I have to connect it everyday to the bluetooth again, otherwise it just doesn't work as well.

If I don't I can't see how many battery is left (it's stuck on the last battery percentage I had). For exemple I connect it with the bluetooth and there is 34% of the battery left when I turn off the computer. Next time I use it, the battery is stuck at 34% until it runs out of battery!

Another example is that, when I disconnect/reconnect the pen, the button on the top works (1 tap for screenshot, 2 for opening firefox) but the next day if I don't disconnect--> reconnect the pen again, the button won't work (+ the battery % is stuck)

I saw people telling me that there is supposed to have a light dot, but there is no dot!

 

Is this normal?

 

Thank you in advance for your help

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