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Remote Control from a Phone or Tablet
Use the onscreen keyboard to enter text, commands, and other
information directly to the host computer.
On the main remote control screen, tap the
Tip: On devices supporting three-finger swipe, make a
three-finger swipe up/down to show/hide the keyboard.
The onscreen keyboard is displayed.
Tap the screen where you want to begin typing.
The lower keyboard is the standard keyboard for your device.
123 to switch between letters and numbers.
- While using
ALT to switch between special characters
(including punctuation marks) and numbers.
- On iOS, tap the
Globe to access international keyboards.
- On Android, tap
and hold the
123 button and select
Input method to access international
keyboards. Refer to device documentation for further information regarding
Important: Characters will not be displayed if your
selected international keyboard has a character set that the host computer does
The upper keyboard is unique to LogMeIn.
iOS upper keyboard
Android upper keyboard
- Shift is
"sticky" and will remain "on" when tapped to allow you to enter key
combinations and to act as the Caps Lock key.
- Ctrl and
Alt are both "sticky" and will remain "on"
when tapped to allow you to enter key combinations.
Win key acts as the Windows logo key. Use it
to open the Windows Start menu. It is "sticky" to allow for key combinations
Menu key acts as the Application key. Use it
to open context menus in Windows applications. It is "sticky" to allow for key
combinations and shortcuts.
Extra keys icon brings up various special
You may have to swipe left and right to access all available
Function keys: F1 - F12
Special keys: Esc (Escape), Caps (Caps lock), PrtScr
(Print Screen), Ins (Insert), Del (Delete), Scroll (Scroll Lock), Home, End,
Pause, PgUp (Page Up), PgDn (Page Down)
Direction keys: Tab and arrows (up, down, left, right)
To turn off the keyboard, tap