KP2A InputStick Plugin

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About this app

This application allows to send passwords (and all other data) stored in Keepass2Android app directly to your PC (as a USB keyboard input) using InputStick wireless receiver.

- *** InputStick USB Receiver ***
- Keepass2android application (free) ( or
- InputStickUtility application (free)

With InputStick you can:
- type user name and password
- type login page URL directly into your web browser
- type single characters from you password ("masked password" often used by online banks)
- type any text copied into clipboard
- type codes from Google Authenticator or other apps (via clipboard)
- create custom macros which can automatize entire login procedure
- remotely control your PC (keyboard & mouse)

InputStick works with any USB host that supports generic HID keyboard. You don't need to install any additional software or custom drivers.

Currently supported keyboard layouts: Belgian (FR/NL), Canadian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English (UK/US/international/Dvorak), Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (BR/PT), Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Swiss (FR/DE)

Note: this application replaces previous version of the plugin (released by Philipp Crocoll, Croco Apps).

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Updated on
Apr 4, 2020

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Ratings and reviews

83 reviews
December 21, 2022
Overall, it's a very good concept. The product is slightly lacking. I can't figure out how to send TOTP through the InputStick using a macro. I'm not sure if it's possible. Also, I have connectivity issues after a period of inactivity. I have to turn the Bluetooth on and off or unplug and replug the InputStick again. I planned on using this device fairly frequently, so that's a bit of an annoyance.
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A Google user
February 27, 2019
I was confused at first because I wasn't getting any extra menu items or config options despite enabling the plugin in KP2A. What I didn't realize I needed to do was to open the actual plugin "app" which puts the device through a setup wizard (based on my experience with plugin apps they themselves don't need to be opened). After going through the wizard I'm getting the option to use IS to input the fields. Tested on three computers, works perfectly, delighted that it too works for a chromebook.
13 people found this review helpful
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Moon Wong
October 22, 2021
InputStick is amazing. There is nothing worse then being stuck in a data centre with an essential service down and a complex console password in the way of fixing it (janky rack mounted keyboard is no help)! With InputStick I don't care even if senior management dictates 64+ character random passwords, I just hit the button and I'm in!
6 people found this review helpful
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What's new

- added "Type from clipboard" popup (allows to type from clipboard on Android 10 and later, tap on notification to show the popup)
- Display Over Other Apps permission changes now also affects Android 9 devices