Description: Keyboard for keyboard-less phones like Nexus One. Allow you to type on your phone using your computer’s _browser_.
It works as ordinary input method. You can use terminal or type SMS …
Use WiFi for low latency input. 3G may be blocked by some carriers. USB connection works best, but require some technical knowledge and connected cable.
Internet Explorer is not supported and can be unstable. Recommended browser is Chrome.
Source Code (GPL2)
Keywords: remote keyboard, wireless keyboard, browser keyboard, network keyboard, remote input method, http, web server, WiFi and USB.
Developer: Ivan Volosyuk
Would you rather type on a full sized keyboard instead of your phones mini keyboard? Would your rather have the touch, feel, and clickity click of a real keyboard instead of the flat, silent, numbness of your phone keyboard?
With WiFi Keyboard you can! WiFi Keyboard is easy to set up. No need to install extra software on your computer.
- Just install the WiFi Keyboard app
- Set up your input method to WiFi Keyboard
- Open up your web browser to http://192.168.1.107:7777
- Then start typing.
You can also set up WiFi Keyboard to use the USB connection, but you’ll need to set up ADB.
When you’re finished using WiFi Keyboard, make sure you set your input method back to normal.
WiFi Keyboard is easy to use and works wonderfully.