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.
This is life! But how can I use this device when my laptop use the phone's tether hotspot? Anw, if I may give some personal advice or something that I want more for this application, which is I can select a conversation for example with my "Enter" in my laptop so I don't have to touch a conversation in the gadget. I think it will be a good thing (for me). But I very very like this application. So love it, thank you so much for creating this :D
Good app, Thanks for sharing Here is a humble advice to make it better: if there will be a feature enable the user to type foreign language from the PC that will be Awesome. Over nice ideas, nice work!
Can't connect via telnet. Tried it with multiple computers, I can ping my phone, I can see that port 2323 is open and listening, but it keeps giving me a connection refused. Really wish it worked, it looks like exactly what I'm looking for. Samsung Galaxy S4 mini. Which has multiple software problems as I understand. 4 stars, because skewing the results for *my* phone's problem is a dick move.
useful, simple, techy works beautifully, simple and without a hickup. It's not for the very casual user due to the telnet client. but as a bit of a power user this is great! however how do I close the app / get rid of the notification once I disconnected my computer from my phone?
Very useful and simple app! This app does exactly what it says it does. It takes less then 30 seconds to set up and makes typing long messages and emails (or Play Store reviews) much easier and quicker. It's not the most sophisticated app around, and may not be useful for people from a non-technical background (or who are unsure on how to use Telnet, for example) but otherwise it's great!
Fullscreen in landscape mode can now be toggled in the settings.