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logkeys should fit your needs. The manual is here.
Thanks for your answers, guys! It looks like my problem was solved even as I was asking the question. JuiceSSH just released an update which fixes the enter key problem. https://juicessh.com/changelog The July 25 JuiceSSH update "Fixed enter key in Nano when using the latest version of Google Keyboard" seems to be the solution to my problem. I found the ...
I think you want: stty -icrnl ...though that seems a little strange to me. It's my understanding that apple systems default to a \return line-ending, but on all of my linux systems a default stty sane terminal will do exactly the opposite and translate input carriage returns newlines. Your Android device and my linux systems share a system kernel - which ...
If the phone literally emits c-j, then no, the only solution is to change the binding in tmux-navigator. And I think ssh is purely byte-based. (You can also send unix signals e.g. like ctrl+c / interrupt, but that's it). It's able to work because your phone tells the ssh server it's using c-j as newline when the session opens. RFC 4254 - The Secure Shell ...
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