The smartphones have changed the lifestyle of the humankind. One of those changes is the way we communicate. People no longer speak and everyone’d rather prefer to type these days. Maintaining relations with our beloved ones is all about replying their messages on WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger or any other app today. Though there are a lot of apps to type, it is still a better idea to have a keyboard so that you can type as you’d type on a computer with much comfort.
There are NFC and Bluetooth keyboards. But, you and I clearly know that turning the Bluetooth and NFC on for a long time will drain the battery. This is where you must consider to use a USB keyboard. The best thing about connecting your Android device with a USB keyboard is that it is very easy. All you will have to do is just buy a USB On-The-Go (OTG) cable to establish a connection.
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Once the keyboard is connected to your Android device using the OTG cable, it would take a minute or two to complete the initial setup. The setup settings are different for different devices, but they are easy. You will not have to worry about all that. It’s all about a few taps here and there.
Having a keyboard will also help you to navigate easily. You can use the Home, End, Page Up, Page down and DEL buttons just as how you would use on a computer. Print Screen option also works in capturing screenshots. Every Android device has its own way to capture the screenshots and most of them involve a lot of steps. Here, using a keyboard you can do all of that in a single click.
My final words of this post are here. Connecting a keyboard with USB connectivity can help you type longer. Let us however know your views by commenting in the comments section below. We’d love to hear about it from you.
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