How difficult would it be to modify the Leanback keyboard so that it could be used with universal remotes? I have a Google Nexus Player connected to a Flirc USB infrared dongle which I use with a Philips SRP5107 universal remote. I have my universal remote's main OK button mapped to emulate the ENTER key on a keyboard and this works fine in most cases but not with the Leanback keyboard. It isn't a problem with some apps like Netflix or Kodi that have their own keyboards but for the Leanback keyboard that's used in apps like Google Play and YouTube, pressing the OK button on a universal remote causes the keyboard to close off. This problem does not exist with the original Nexus Player remote's select button because it is context-sensitive. So what I'm basically asking is can this Leanback keyboard be modified to *not* close when it detects an external ENTER key being pressed? If I could use my universal remote's OK button to press the Leanback keyboard's on-screen keys, that would be ideal.