As I have spent the last 8 hours or so experimenting on how to pair my Apple Bluetooth keyboard with my Nexus S in order to not only bring the convenience of adding a hardware keyboard to the device but to also enhance Android’s limited yet functional out-of-the-box accessibility for the visually impaired, I will keep this extremely short by simply stating that I have done it and am amazed at how effective and fluid the built-in accessibility feature of Android is.
In my next post on this subject (Part 2) I will provide more details on how I paired my keyboard to Android.
I will also list some “out-of-the-box” limitations that I am sure you will find interesting.
Now keep in mind that, at the time of this post, I have not downloaded any third-party accessibility solutions.
I think I am truly going to enjoy discovering Planet Android.