Android P: You can use your Android device as a Bluetooth mouse or keyboard
The latest version of Android, the Android P is right around the corner. We are soon going to receive the first Android P developer preview.
Now, at XDA Developers, the Android gurus are working pretty hard to sum up all the probable features which the Android P is going to bring with it. The latest edition of the probable features is the fact that users will be able to use their Android devices as a Bluetooth keyboard or mouse after getting the latest iteration of Android.
This feature is nothing new and one can already make use of it, the problem being the fact that the device has to be rooted in order to use the feature. With Android P, users will be able to use it without having to root their device.
If you want to make use of this feature without having to wait for the latest update, you can simply root your device, download the Bluetooth Plus app, and you are good to go.
However, if you are not that much into Android rooting, you are better off waiting for the Android P to arrive.
It might not appear to be a big feature, it certainly would come in handy if you are a person who has to deliver a lot of presentations. Having the ability to access your desktop remotely is something anyone would love.
As of now, this is just a report but we can not just deny the fact that it is coming from a very credible source and we can just hope that the feature makes the cut to the final build.
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