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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 can install the Google keyboard from Google play. If the Google keyboard is already installed but broken for some reason you can try Google Japanese input, it comes with an English keyboard.


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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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You can do by hiding the auto correction in android Keyboard Settings under Settings, (Click image to enlarge) Else, Try as mentioned here.


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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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