Fix Apple Magic Mouse Right Click Not Working- How to Enable Right Click

Last Updated on Mar 30, 2022

in this blog post, im explain to you how to enable right-click on a mac and fix the issue Why is the right click not working on mouse Mac? Apple iMac mouse not working on a startup.

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Apple’s magic mouse is excellent sharpness designed by the tech brand Apple. the mouse comes as an add-on of the Mac computer in the box,

by default, mouse some function set up disabled, during the first time set up or later user can customize the mouse settings such as scrolling screen, left-click, and right-click.

If you skip the mouse setting during the beginning set up of your new mac, you may face the issue right click not working on my mac computer.

Perhaps you are trying to find a mouse setting on your mac screen to adjust click, but you didn’t find that don’t worry; here are a few ways to enable right-click on your Mac computer.

How to Enable Right Click on Apple mouse

Open System Preferences by clicking on the Apple logo on the main menu bar
next, choose System Preferencesclick on apple logo next choose system prefernces

Click on Mouseclick-on-mouse-settings-on-mac

now on the Settings screen, choose secondary click check boxclick-on-right-click-side-to-enable-right-click-on-apple-magic-mouse-if-not-working
and make sure the toggle set for click on right sidefinal-setttings-to-enable-right-click-or-left-click-on-apple-magic-mouse
that’s it.

Now close the settings app. try again to right-click on your magic mouse. I hope this is found helpful.

Suppose left and right-click mouse scrolling stopped working means your mouse battery drain. Please, check the mouse battery percentage. The low battery mouse won’t work as we expected. Re-charge your mouse using lighting to USB cable and wait till the total charge.

If your mouse doesn’t charge, try to connect with another wall-plug adapter; otherwise, contact Apple support.

10% of users face the mouse not working correctly due to software glitches in macOS. Therefore, you should check software updates on your Mac machine via the Apple logo – system preferences – Software Update in such a case.

A pop-up appears for the Latest Software update; I suggest you download and install the software to resolve your Mouse or any other hardware and software problems.

If your mouse right-click does not work after falling on the floor, that means it occurred damage inside the structure of the mouse. So, please, carry it to a nearby Apple store and ask him what you should do.

Apple’s technical assistance will help you.


Solution #2- Easy solution to fix Magic Mouse right-click option not working

Uncheck the toggle for right-click mouse then restart your computer and then after checking the right-click toggle this works like a charm.

  • To do this, go to Apple logo
  • Go with System Preferences
  • Choose Mouse (For more help, scoll up side to view the screen window for Mac Mouse setting.)
  • Now uncheck the box next to the secondary click now rebooting your Mac and turning it back on If you have had a similar problem.

Second last option is to reinstall macOS to fix the right-click button suddenly given out.

The last option is to start your Mac into safe mode.

Magic Mouse not responding at this time

Un-pairing the mouse and then pairing it again

I disconnected my trackpad, then the magic mouse worked just fine.

Here I give you various suggestions

Extra Tips:- 

I hope this post found helpful and saves you the cost of a new mouse.

  • Changing/ checking batteries; Rebooting Mac & mouse, etc, 
  • Trying another Magic Mouse from another machine on my iMac.
  • Reset Bluetooth module on Mac

Logitech Mouse Right-click not working mac

Logitech mouse is supported with Apple’s macOS system, but the mouse must be compatible with the latest macOS. As a solution for Logitech mouse right-clicks stopped working, you should follow the same steps that I’ve mentioned above in this post.

Choose right-click as a secondary click option. Once you do this, it saves the setting automatically. I hope it should be fixed your Logitech mouse right-click issues.

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