MOCHA Telnet for Android



1.0 Screen

1.1 Clipboard

From the menu, click select, and the top menu change to Cancel,Copy and Copy all. Move the finger on the screen to select an area to copy, and hereafter click Copy. If using a real mouse, it can also be used to select an area. Mouse right click brings up a menu with copy and paste.

Red status line

1.2 Menu bar

There is not space on the title bar for all menu elements. The hidden elements can be selected either with a click on the 3 dots icon , or on some devices the "menu" button.

1.3 Wireless keyboard

1.4 menu - Configure

A list of already configured Telnet sessions is shown. Select + in the titlebar to create a new configuration.

1.5 Menu - Settings - Network

1.6 Menu - Settings - Terminal

1.7 Menu - Settings - Colors

Text, background and Cursor colors can be changed with this dialog.

1.8 Menu - Settings - Lock configuration

Lock access to configure and settings with this option. If the key is lost, the program must be deleted and installed again. This option gives no data protection, but is included as to make it easier for a system administrator to support many devices in a company environment.

1.8 Menu - Settings - Key values

Define what each key should send. Write special characters as octal \xxx. Example, ESC is 0x1b or octal \033
Click here for an ASCII table

2.0 Import/Export a configuration

In menu - configure - top menu is an option "export configuration". It can build an URL, which includes the full configuration for the first server in the list + all settings values.

This URL can later be used to import the data, either using a mail client or a web page. You cannot click example below from a PC browser, only the web browser on an Android device.


It is also possible to export a limited configuration URL, which can be used to build a QR code.

A QR code with the configuration, can be scanned with the camera, and imported to Telnet.
A large QR code can give problems to read for some camera types, therefore try to make the data in the URL as small as possible.

2.1 Using a standard Bluetooth barcode scanner

As default a standard BT barcode scanner is seen as a physical keyboard, and it will block the screen keyboard. In Android Settings - Language and Input - Physical keyboard, enable option Show virtual keyboard. This will keep the screen keyboard on, while a physical keyboard or barcode scanner is active.

2.2 Enable Automated Enter or TAB after a scan on Zebra barcode devices