How can I physically connect a keyboard to an Android phone?
ernard 42 weeks ago
I have an Android phone that is running 2.3 Gingerbread. Yeah, I know I'm kickin' it old school. I can seem to find a bluetooth keyboard that will work with it. I've seen USB keyboards for Android, but I can't seem to find one of those that is compatible for me either. Can I just get a USB keyboard and make it work?
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