TTerm for PC

A terminal emulator with improved support for on-screen keyboards.

Published by: ThH

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Download TTerm for PC or MAC and run the app on big screens to enjoy a better user experience. Below you will find the info on TTerm and steps on how to install TTerm on PC and download links to all the available versions of TTerm.

TTerm About for PC

TTerm is a terminal emulator for Android with improved support for on-screen keyboards (also called virtual keyboards, soft keyboards or IMEs). It has extra keys for `Ctrl´, `Tab´, `Esc´ and the cursor keys so that you can continue using your favorite on-screen keyboard even if it lacks those keys.

TTerm is based on Jack Palevich's "Terminal Emulator for Android".

TTerm is still in beta, so remember to save your work early and often.

For more information, consult
http://t2h.de/android/tterm/1-index.xhtml

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How to Install TTerm on Windows PC or MAC

Below are few easy instructions to download and install TTerm on PC and you can follow the same if you have a MAC. We will be using an Android emulator for this process. Several good Android emulators on the internet let you emulate an Android device and run Android applications. You can install an Android app on to emulator via .apk file or from Google Play Store, if you would like to skip logging in to Google first option works best.

  • Select an Android emulator that works best for your Windows or MAC.
  • Download and install the emulator on your computer.
  • Open the emulator and login to Google to access Google Play Store or you can skip this step if you prefer.
  • In case you skipped the previous step, download Car Racing APK from the download links below.
  • Open the emulator to drag and drop the apk file which should initiate the app install process.
  • Once the installation is complete you can run Car Racing on your PC or MAC.

Happy gaming in case you are playing Android games on PC.

Versions
Latest
Jan 22, 2018
v 0.2.0 (beta)
  836.03 KB
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What's New:

Added an extra button for the Context Menu.
Expanded the help section considerably.
The setting Default to UTF-8 is now checked by default. This is necessary to get non-ASCII characters like "á ä æ i š б".
Fixed Bug 005, Alt-Gr does not work on hardware keyboards.