This is a follow-up question to this question here.
This YouTube tutorial here outlines the process of installing Windows 10 on an Android tablet with an x86-based processor architecture. However, a crucial step of the process involves initiating boot mode on the tablet with F11 in order to select boot from USB as an option, and hitting F11 requires connecting the tablet to a USB keyboard via a USB OTG cable.
Since I don't have either an OTG cable or a USB keyboard, I'm wondering if there's a SuperUser (read: geeky and resourceful) way to bypass the need of the USB keyboard and OTG cable entirely (or failing that, just the USB keyboard)? Something like auto-running script on a USB device that could simulate the pressing of the F11 key on the Android tablet during boot for that one instance?