Telnet Client problem It says Android is listening to 192.168.0.100 and port 2323 .. i dont know how to connect the laptop to mobile using telnet client... i turned on the telnet client on the laptop but im unable to progress further..someone please help me on this..give me exact details on what should i do..
No good for non geeks I think you need to be a geek to understand this. Poor explanation of how to set up on PC. After spending 30 mins googleing and figuring it out it now it won't connect to the server anyway.
Yes, it's a rather geeky app and you need to have a telnet client, such as the command line one Windows comes with that you can get in "Turn Windows features on or off", or PuTTY. But once you connect to it, it's very straightforward to use. Just type into the terminal window and your keystrokes appear instantly on the Android device. If you can't figure out telnet, there's another remote keyboard app out there that uses a web interface, but you still need to enter some numbers in a browser to connect. (Or buy a bluetooth keyboard, it's simpler still.) I prefer this one because I like the simplicity of telnet and like the "send to PC" button at the bottom right of the phone screen, to send whatever's in the text box to the PC. It's a great way to get URLs out to a PC (or send a bunch of text up to be processed with a regex and then pasted back to the phone) while you're using Remote Keyboard. Manual ROT-13 encryption is a strange feature to include, but alright I guess. I'd really prefer if there were an option to have real encryption, either with telnet over SSL (if the user can puzzle out how to create such a connection), or even better, SSH.
Great Job, A little bit confusing for a newbie, but hey.. there is nothing that google cannot solve. infact. I'm typing this through this app. right now. Loving it so much
Just Great!!! The only thing needed is.... a user forum (or Q&A forum). I've seen people ask questions on how to use this great little app.
Great stuff This is perfect for what it is. Difficult to use unless you are familiar with talent already. SSH instead of telnet would be a nice option. Not a huge fan of un-encrypted traffic.
Added TextFiction as option to test the connection
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