Less obvious Android uses 2014-09-07, 20:43:31 The other day I was musing about proper portable keyboards.Quote from: Frenzie on 2014-09-03, 20:41:11On a separate note, I came across this interesting portable keyboard. It'd work with my Android phone's USB OTG functionality, making it potentially useful in certain use cases. It'd be more pleasant to use than my netbook's keyboard, but on the other hand the netbook is definitely a lot more capable than my phone…In my eyes the obvious answer is not a regular Android editing app, but rather something console-based. I decided to investigate just what exactly my phone does and does not support.The good, my terminal emulator comes with:Vim (and nano)SSHrsyncThat's all you need for writing and syncing basic notes. But the dream, of course, is git. It seems the simple solution evades me because even though I have 120MB free on my phone's memory (and more on SD), it runs out of space while installing. So much for that plan. If I wanted to go in this direction, I guess I'd need a less elegant GUI option. Or perhaps a Debian chroot…Do you have any ideas or dreams about unintended ways to use your phone?