If you have a touch screen on your Raspberry Pi (or no keyboard available for it), it can be really useful to install a virtual keyboard on Raspberry Pi OS.
In this tutorial, I will show you three apps you can install to get an on-screen keyboard on your Raspberry Pi.

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0:00 Introduction
2:30 Solution 1
3:21 Solution 2
5:30 Solution 3
8:42 Bonus tip
10:34 Level up

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