Perfect solution for connecting mac OS with android tv box.
This application actually works very well. It's nice to transfer my fast typing speed into fast phone typing. Plus I can set my phone up next to my computer and not have to worry about it. I only notice occasional blips of speed whereas the typing doesn't immediately get sent. I don't know if that's a fault of TelNet, the connection, or the app, but it hardly affects performance because it gets sent eventually.
Simple and Practical I use this thing all the time while device is tethered. It effectively turns the phone in a cradle on my desktop into a companion computer. I can do various subordinate tasks on the side and not lose prescious main display space. Although I do really, really do wish SSH were a connection method. Bravo!
Absolutely indispensable app to save hours of Your life! Simple, but impossible to live without once you try it. You missed one HUGE improvement though. The app is small so the best way to implement it is to let it sit in the background and switch the remote keyboard on when it receives a TELNET connection on port 2323. This way I could just telnet in and start typing instead of having to open the app and select the remote keyboard.
Security? App runs good, but what is with the penetration. Telnet is without encryption. Is there any way to bring a backup so I can create a ssh connection? If you made this for me and other Unix user you will get the last star and your missing video from me! ;-)
Simple and does what it says Allows you to use any computer and connect it via telnet to your phone. Some instructions on how to use telnet in the apps help would be appreciated though. But I figured it out. (Open telnet client. In telnet type "o [ip address of phone] [port number (2323)]". Press enter. If you set a pswd type that and your in. Then type on ur computer keyboard and it shows in your phone. )
Added TextFiction as option to test the connection