Strictly this belongs in an Android forum but for now ....
As part of my ongoing investigation of the use of Android for 'real' work I got a USB OTG cable and plugged a USB keyboard into my tablet and my phone. Basically works and it's more secure than Bluetooth. But there are some hitches.
1. Anybody know of a decent word processor on Android that can properly compose documents with Ancient Greek and Hebrew ? I am playing with AndroOpen Office which can totally open Libreoffice files and that's cool, but it's not having a ton of fun composing it's own content.
2. I am using the AGK Ancient Greek Keyboard which works ok from the soft keyboard and in composition in things like GMail it's fine. But not in AOO. Any other keyboards anyone has found ? I am hoping to avoid having to write one of my own
3. Hebrew ? Any favorites ? I haven't tried yet but as I'm getting further than I expected I'll probably try Hebrew Nikkud Keyboard
I probably need to look at the Galaxy 9 and DEX if I'm serious about this but for now these experiments will hopefully show me a bit of what's possible.
For the curious, Accordance can accept typed input from a keyboard like this. But you can't do it all from the keyboard. So for example a search in BDAG : I can enter the word on the keyboard but I cannot tab to the SEARCH element to actually execute the search, though I can tab to the pull down menus and options. In EI I can type in a search and tab about even into the list but I cannot select the items. So it's back to the phone/tablet to select them. When I tab to the download button there is no visible change but if I tab just once from the search box I am there because hitting enter begins the downloads. @Scott, I'm sure this is not a substantial or common use case but tossing it out there.
I haven't tried a Bluetooth keyboard but I would expect similar results.