I've been using my bluetooth mouse MX Master 2S for a couple of weeks, recently it has started to be very laggy. I have tried removing and re adding the mouse, as well as using multiple channels on the mouse. I have a dual boot with Win 10 and it works fine there. I've been searching the forum looking to see if anyone else has had this issue but couldn't find anything, I do apologise if I have missed a post.
I was having lag on some kernels a while back and I used a little more complex script whenever my wireless logitech trackball started lagging. Of course mine's not bluetooth but perhaps something similar would work for you. I installed and ran evhz and my mouse is sitting at a "smooth" 20hz. My bad I accidentally a command. I did the 4 and it didn't seem to change anything, do I need to set a min and max interval?
Hi guys, I'm enjoying my slow but getting there switch to Manjaro. Let me know what information I'm missing to help Thanks in advance Kind regards E. Logitech MX Master pointer too slow and laggy. As a temporary troubleshooting test, disable the tlp: sudo sytemctl mask tlp Reboot. If there is no improvement then re-enable tlp. To enable tlp again: sudo sytemctl unmask tlp sudo sytemctl enable tlp Then restart.
Unfortunately those two didn't work Thanks for the help. You could also try this when your mouse starts to lag. Issue this command: nmcli networking off; sudo rmmod btusb; sleep 2; sudo modprobe btusb; nmcli networking on I was having lag on some kernels a while back and I used a little more complex script whenever my wireless logitech trackball started lagging.
I installed and ran evhz and my mouse is sitting at a "smooth" 20hz Am I being stupid to ask, how would I fix this? Should've done my research before getting this mouse. EDIT: as an updated solution, here's how to make this persistent through reboots. Bluetooth mouse paired but can't connect. Forum kindly sponsored by.I have a user who is using a bluetooth keyboard and a bluetooth mouse.
She described a scenario wherein she will start typing but will be on about the third word before the PC starts taking input. Likewise, if she starts mousing, it will be easily a full second before the system responds to the mouse movement. This will typically be after she has been not interacting with the machine for several minutes.
I use the same model bluetooth mouse with my laptop when I'm mobile and have seen the same behavior, so I am going to say it is not unique to her peripherals or her laptop. Has anyone else seen this? Has anyone found a solution, perhaps a way to either extend the timeout or to keep the connection awake?How to fix Logitech Anywhere 2 bluetooth mouse pointer lag/freeze on Windows 10 - 2017
Or am I way off base altogether? I had this on my laptop until I changed power management settings to not turn off bluetooth to save power. Do you have an Apple USB keyboard? Any USB mouse should work. The Bluetooth device is normally a type of "USB" device in the hardware device tree, and if it's failing, it could be causing other USB devices to fail to work. Handy to have as part of your toolkit.
Select the Bluetooth Radio and go to the Power Management tab. Uncheck "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" It helped me.
My BT mouse goes into sleep mode if not used for a few minutes, and light hibernation if left untouched for 30 minutes, then probably will descend into coma if left for longer. In either case, it takes a second or two of wiggling to wake it from its slumber when I return. In the beginning it was a slight annoyance, but as I realised I'm not really in that much of a hurry I don't really notice it any more.
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FWIW, I have a RF mouse and keyboard set from Logitech at work and they behave the same way, so it's probably just how Logitech implements sleep mode in their devices.
I adjusted the power settings for the Bluetooth radio and disallowed powering the radio off. The user reports that the problem is still there.
I will try to corner her today and see if I can make adjustments to individual devices.Keep in touch and stay productive with Teams and Officeeven when you're working remotely. Learn how to collaborate with Office Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
Happened every minute or two, really frustrating. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Regrettably, this has not fixed my problem which only just started after months of no problems with a Dell Inspiron 13 and two different bluetooth mice.
The mouse connects at startup, then shortly, the mouse buttons stop working while the cursor remains active.
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The mouse then soon unpairs itself, and the tap, left and right buttons on the touchpad also stop repsonding. Eventually, only touching on the screen works. I downloaededtwo new Dell updates today, but the problem began before this.
I changed the mouse a for a more recent one and all seems good now. Bluetooth is sharing frequencies with some Wifi hotspots and some devices are not run well in a noisy environment. I uninstalled Logitech Options and it worked fine.
You lose the ability to use the customized options though OMG thank you - this seems to have solved my bluetooth issues of keyboard and mice suddenly disconnecting and causing me endless frustration! April 14, Keep in touch and stay productive with Teams and Officeeven when you're working remotely.
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More specifically, when I move my finger along the touchpad, instead of the on-screen cursor smoothly updating in time with my finger movements, it will jerkily move as if I am making small and short inputs in the direction I want it to go. It also will not cover the same on-screen distance as it would when the system was first logged on to, requiring a lot of very frustrating input to navigate to options.
Also, I find that in a few cases, I also had to click on things more than once to activate or toggle them, which should not be the case. Any help would be appreciated. Re: Mouse stuttering or lagging, help please. Just as before, the system was fine initially, and then some short amount of time later, no more than a minute, the same mouse problems occurred.
I should note that the live boot was as "clean" as I could make it in that while my wireless card was recognized, I chose not to log onto any network.Keep in touch and stay productive with Teams and Officeeven when you're working remotely.
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Site Feedback. Tell us about your experience with our site. AwesomeCoolMan Created on November 11, I have a 2 new microsoft arc touch mouse's one on Windows 7 PC one on Mac. They both worked fine the first week and now they started jumping around and lagging. I have up to date drivers. Why is this happening? But for the most part it just jumps around all the time. I tried tweaking with the settings to no avail. I do not expect to get a valid response as I have tried posting this before and no one knows what to say.
It is too late to get a refund on these mice, so I am stuck with faulty products. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
I have the same question AwesomeCoolMan Replied on November 13, As I have 2 of them doing the same thing on 2 separate computers, I do not trust that if I replace them with 2 new ones it will fix the problem.
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This site in other languages x.Does anyone if this is a known issue? If so is there a way to prevent the lag? When ever I have spotify open my wireless keyboard and mouse tend to lag.
When I close spotify, the keyboard and mouse go back to normal. Is the whole system sluggish? Do you have other devices other keyboards, mice that work normally? Or could it be any keyboard and mouse being sluggish?
If it is only these devices, are they Bluetooth? Is your network connection wireless? Are wifi and BT the same card? What does your processor load look like when Spotify is running? Nothing is too wonderful to be true, if it be consistent with the laws of nature -- Michael Faraday Sometimes it is the people no one can imagine anything of who do the things no one can imagine. Does the same happen with large downloads, torrents, etc? Allan-Volunteer on the topic being discussed mailn lists.
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When i go out of a Window a little mouse Icon sticks to the Screen. I have checked the Drivers. To save some peeps the trouble of going to the link here are the specific instructions I followed copy and paste each line on a terminal :. On Lubuntu I tried every possible VirtualBox setting test to see if that was it. I then read kernel tricks with the mouse polling and tried that.
Nothing worked. I rolled it all back. That's when I had an epiphany. The thing that was slowing it down, I soon realized, was the animation as I moved across items, such as the hidden scrollbar that would appear when the window was hovered, or a slight highlight color when you hover over certain parts of the Pluma editor.
This was because the VM was not able to do these animations fast enough. Install dconf-tools so that you can run dconf-editor a GUI-based registry kind of app for MATE desktop as both root and as a normal power user need to do both so that you change your MATE settings in both contexts, should you need those. Launch dconf-editor first as root sudo su and do the following steps, then do it as a regular user. Be sure to click the item, turn off the default value, and then click the custom value.
When prompted to apply, do so. It may tell you that change won't take effect until you reboot. Note that not all animations are turned off unfortunately due to some widgets not looking at the animation property in gconf. Also, not all mouse lag is fixed. However, it is greatly improved. This is what I did to fix problem on Ubuntu If you have zoom enabled, disable it after you've used it. Apparently, it moves the same way in normal mode as in zoom mode unless you turn zoom off from accessibility.
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My version is LTS just set up and nothing installed on it. Active Oldest Votes. I saw this and I really think it solved my problem on a fresh install of Credit goes to the original poster.