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I assembled my Tokyo60 v3 board and tried connecting it to two different MacBook Pros with two different cables. The keyboard isn't detected at all. I even tried with the original PCB that I received initially. Anyone have any suggestions?

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Kennyoak
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Feb 18, 2021
Why don’t you have a PC?
D0p3
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Feb 21, 2021
I don’t think that is even relevant to what was asked.
Lasthuman
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May 11, 2020
Did you figure this out? I'm also having this problem
D0p3
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Feb 21, 2021
Perhaps the board might not grab enough power?
TheGoatMaster
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Feb 21, 2021
Strange that the USB-C connection would have less (actually a thunderbolt port, though not a thunderbolt cable) but who knows? I ended up returning the board ultimately and went for a Keychron as it worked a little more natively with the Mac. Since this is a Tokyo60 thread I should say I am considering giving this form factor a try some day.
See if you can reflash the board. Look up qmk tutorials from MechMerlin on YouTube for guides if needed.