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Scenario: Your PC (node_1) and Remote PC (node_2). Open the onscreen keyboard Start -> All Programs -> Accesories -> Ease of Access -> On-Screen Keyboard on node_2. When you want to send ctrl+alt+del, press Ctrl+Alt in node_1 and click del in node_2. (Worked for me in node_1=XP and node_2=Win7)


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You should sideload one from your PC and install it via adb or a file browser. You can download the Google Keyboard from here for example, and should then copy it onto your device to somewhere accessible with a file browser. You may need to enable Unknown Sources on your device before browsing to the .apk and installing it. If you don't have a working ...


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I managed to solve this. To make AnySoftKeyboard my main keyboard, I had to: Turn it into to a system app (with Link2SD) Reboot as instructed Put the following commands via ADB: adb shell settings put secure default_input_method com.menny.android.anysoftkeyboard/.SoftKeyboard adb shell ime enable com.menny.android.anysoftkeyboard/.SoftKeyboard (I put ...



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