I had this happen once right after installation and running the Google Play Store activator and couldn't login in to the Play Store because I couldn't type on the physical keyboard. I shutdown the player, restarted it, and then the problem went away. Might work for you.
There never was any actual ability to use the physical keyboard even though the settings say it's present. No amount of fiddling with the unintuitive settings seems to correct the problem. My keyboard is a Saitek Eclipse USB keyboard on Windows 7 x64. I imagine this must be a limitation of the emulator or some basic setting. The two systems I have run this on are very similar setups with the exception that the other one uses a PS2 mouse and keyboard. Shortcuts like CTRL + ALT to unbind keyboard and mouse function normally so why not typing inside the emulator?
I have downloaded and run Remix OS Player on two different computers now and neither one of them has captured my hardware keyboard, I can use the onscreen keyboard but that really lessens the functionality and is half the point of having it run on a desktop. Can anyone advise as to how to resolve this issue? The options, advanced options, and the OS options are so dummy proofed it is impossible to do anything advanced. Is there config files I can edit or...?
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