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While modern smartphones come with a lot of features packed, many people still prefer to type on their computers rather than on their phones. Here to help you do the latter through your computer keyboard is a tool called Remote Keyboard.

Remote Keyboard: Use Your Computer Keyboard To Type On Your Android Phone Via Wi-Fi remote keyboard

Remote Keyboard is a free to use application compatible with smart devices running the Android operating system. The application comes sized at nearly 0.3 MB and requires your device to be running version 2.3 or later of Android. The function of this neat tool is to help you type on your device using your desktop or laptop computer’s keyboard.

The form of connection used to interface the computer and smart device is Wi-Fi. Once you have the app installed on your phone, you will need to choose it as an input method. After enabling this, you must go to your computer and get a Telnet client in order to easily communicate with your phone through your computer.

Windows users can explicitly enable this client from their control panel or to make things easier, they can install a third party Telnet client such as PuTTY.

Remote Keyboard: Use Your Computer Keyboard To Type On Your Android Phone Via Wi-Fi remote keyboard1

Setting up the application is really extremely simple and the reviews which are left on the application’s Google Play page testify to this very fact. If you are looking for a convenient way to type on your Android phone using your computer, then this application is precisely what you need.


  • A user friendly smartphone app.
  • Compatible with Android devices.
  • Lets you type on your Android phone using your computer.
  • Uses a Wi-Fi connection between your computer and phone.
  • Similar tool: ShareKeyboard.

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  1. CH
    August 20, 2017 at 1:44 pm

    Security analysis? How about control via the USB cable?

  2. rebecca
    April 13, 2017 at 7:21 am

    My phone is cracked so there is no way i can open the app to set it up what should i do?

  3. Chandan
    July 14, 2016 at 2:22 pm

    Any way to share keyboard and mouse from laptop simultaneously?