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Dell Bluetooth Mouse
WM615
User's Guide
Regulatory model: WM615

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  • Page 1 Dell Bluetooth Mouse WM615 User’s Guide Regulatory model: WM615...
  • Page 2 The information contained in this document, including all instructions, cautions, and regulatory approvals and certifications, is provided by the supplier and has not been independently verified or tested by Dell. Dell cannot be responsible for damage caused as a result of either following or failing to follow these instructions.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents About Your Bluetooth Mouse ..... 5 Product Features ......5 Package Contents .
  • Page 4 Statutory Information......30 Warranty ......30 Limited Warranty and Return Policies .
  • Page 5: About Your Bluetooth Mouse

    About Your Bluetooth Mouse Product Features The features of the Dell Bluetooth Mouse WM615 include: Easy and Fast Setup Easy to set up through Bluetooth 4.0, allowing you to simply pair with your computer and get started right away, with no software required.
  • Page 6: Package Contents

    Package Contents Your Bluetooth mouse is shipped with the components shown below. Dell Bluetooth Mouse WM615 Quick Start Guide Bluetooth mouse AAA-type batteries (2) Documents │ Package Contents...
  • Page 7: Identifying Parts And Controls

    Identifying Parts and Controls Top View Left button Key plate Scroll touch-strip Right button Power / Battery LED (white / amber) NOTE: When the Power/Battery LED lights white for 3 seconds, this indicates the mouse is in ON mode or has recovered from a deep-sleep mode.
  • Page 8: Bottom View

    Bottom View IR sensor Battery compartment cover (magnetic) Bluetooth pairing button │ Identifying Parts and Controls...
  • Page 9: Setting Up Your Bluetooth Mouse

    Setting Up Your Bluetooth Mouse 1. Install the two AAA batteries in your mouse. a) Remove the battery b) Unlock the battery c) Install the batteries cover. compartment latch. into the battery compartment. d) Lock the battery f) Replace the battery compartment latch.
  • Page 10 3. Pair the mouse with your Bluetooth enabled computer. NOTE: Make sure the distance between your computer and mouse is within the Bluetooth reception range. Windows 7 a) Press the Bluetooth pairing button for 3 seconds. b) Double-click the Bluetooth icon ( ) on the system tray and select Add a Device.
  • Page 11 The detected devices appear on the screen. Click Dell WM615 Mouse and click Next to continue. d) Click Close to complete the pairing. Setting Up Your Bluetooth Mouse │...
  • Page 12 Windows 8 a) Press the Bluetooth pairing button for 3 seconds. b) On the charms sidebar, click Settings > Change PC Settings > PC and devices > Bluetooth. c) Click the name of the mouse. d) Click Pair to complete the Bluetooth pairing in your computer. NOTE: Bluetooth pairing LED blinks white within 2 minutes, indicating the Bluetooth pairing is initiated.
  • Page 13 Windows 10 a) Press the Bluetooth pairing button for 3 seconds. b) Click Start > Settings > Devices. Setting Up Your Bluetooth Mouse │...
  • Page 14 Under Manage Bluetooth devices, make sure the Bluetooth is turned on. A list of nearby Bluetooth devices is displayed on the screen. e) Select the Bluetooth radio for the Dell WM615 mouse. e) Click Pair to complete the Bluetooth pairing in your computer. │...
  • Page 15 NOTE: Bluetooth pairing LED blinks white within 2 minutes, indicating the Bluetooth pairing is initiated. If you are unable to pair or use the mouse, see the Troubleshooting section. Setting Up Your Bluetooth Mouse │...
  • Page 16: Pairing Multiple Computers With Your Bluetooth

    LED blinks white for 1-2 minutes, indicating that the mouse is in Bluetooth broadcast mode. 2. The detected devices appear on the screen. Click Dell WM615 Mouse and tap Pair to complete the Bluetooth pairing in your device. This is the first pairing (Identity A).
  • Page 17 Switching between paired computers (Identity A and Identity B) 1. Turn off the computer (Identity A) first paired with your mouse. The mouse will reconnect to your second computer (Identity B). 2. Turn off your second computer (Identity B). The mouse will reconnect to your first computer (Identity A).
  • Page 18: Shortcut Gestures

    Shortcut Gestures Scroll Slide your finger up or down to scroll the page. 10:12 Trigger a Directional Panel Double-tap on the scroll touch-strip to trigger a directional panel for moving direction. 10:12 │ Shortcut Gestures...
  • Page 19: Increasing The Battery Life Of Your Mouse

    Increasing the Battery Life of Your Mouse The mouse has a special operating mode built in to conserve battery power: Sleep mode: When the mouse has been inactive for 5 minutes. To wake the mouse: Move the mouse or click the left or right button. Increasing the Battery Life of Your Mouse │...
  • Page 20: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Common Symptoms The following table contains information about common issues you might encounter and the possible solutions. Common What You Possible Solutions Symptoms Experience Unable to use the No lighted Power 1. Check if the batteries are mouse LED ( white ) on inserted in the correct scroll touch-strip orientation.
  • Page 21 Common What You Possible Solutions Symptoms Experience Mouse pointer The mouse 1. Check the battery level. does not move pointer freezes • If the mouse uses a rechargeable battery, make sure the batteries are fully charged. • If the mouse uses replaceable batteries, replace them with new batteries.
  • Page 22 Common What You Possible Solutions Symptoms Experience Left/right buttons No response 1. Check the battery level. don’t work when the left • If the mouse uses a or right mouse rechargeable battery, make button is pressed sure the batteries are fully charged.
  • Page 23 Common What You Possible Solutions Symptoms Experience Bluetooth pairing No blinking white 1. Check if the batteries are button doesn’t LED on the touch inserted in the correct work scroll-strip when orientation. the Bluetooth • Batteries “+” and “-“ ends pairing button should follow those is pressed for 3...
  • Page 24 Bluetooth off and on. 4. Restart your computer. 5. Check if you have the latest Bluetooth driver installed on your computer. • Go to http://www.dell. com/support and update the correct Bluetooth driver. 6. Check for interference that may affect Bluetooth connectivity (e.g nearby Wifi,...
  • Page 25 Common What You Possible Solutions Symptoms Experience 7. Check if your computer is included in the list of select Dell computers compatible with the mouse. See www.dell.com/support for more information. Bluetooth Previously paired 1. Check the battery level. connection is lost mouse no longer • If the mouse uses a...
  • Page 26: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions Question 1: My Bluetooth mouse doesn’t connect to my computer after being idle. How do I reconnect my mouse? Answer: Windows 7 and Windows 8 have a known issue with selective power management of attached devices which could make your mouse appear locked.
  • Page 27 1. Select Search and type Device Manager. 2. Select Settings. 3 In Device Manager, expand Bluetooth and select the Bluetooth radio for the Dell WM615 mouse. 4. In Device Manager, expand Bluetooth and select the Bluetooth radio for the Dell WM615 mouse.
  • Page 28 Using a Bluetooth connection, the Dell WM615 Bluetooth mouse shares the same 2.4G bandwidth with the Wireless subsystem of the computer making reconnection slower in comparison to a wireless mouse using a 2.0 USB Nano dongle.
  • Page 29: Specifications

    Specifications General Model number WM615 Connection type Bluetooth 4.0 System requirement Windows Operating System 7/8/8.1/10 Windows 7 support Compatible with select Dell computers. See http://www.dell.com/support. Electrical Operating voltage Battery life Approximately 6 months Battery type AAA Alkaline Physical Characteristics Weight (with batteries) 76 g (0.17 lb)
  • Page 30: Statutory Information

    Limited Warranty and Return Policies Dell-branded products carry a 1-year limited hardware warranty. For U.S. customers: This purchase and your use of this product are subject to Dell’s end user agreement, which you can find at http://www.dell.com/terms. This document contains a binding arbitration clause.