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Konqueror support?114:59, 17 October 2018
Troubleshooting012:52, 11 May 2018
iPhone App for KDE Connections101:25, 19 March 2017

Konqueror support?

When I click the Nokia 6 icon in Dolphin, it opens. When I try the same in Konqueror, it presents me with an error "Unsupported Protocol kdeconnect". Is this fixed in Kubuntu 16.04 LTS or should I upgrade to later versions?

René (talk)11:35, 5 October 2018

The message function of the wiki is not a very reliable communications platform. I only by chance logged in today! For better support, try our mailing list: or our Telegram group, which is linked at the bottom of our wiki page. To answer your question, I didn't even know Konqueror had KDE Connect support. I can't see any icon in my installation, so I don't know how to test my newer version. However, there is a newer version of KDE Connect in 18.04 than in 16.04, so if you do decide to upgrade, you will get a few new features!

Sredman (talk)14:59, 17 October 2018


Following the instructions to open ports for ufw firewall fixed my connection even though the firewall was not enabled.

Algot (talk)12:52, 11 May 2018

iPhone App for KDE Connections

Referring to following sentence „Currently there are KDE Connect clients on KDE, Android and Blackberry, and soon we will support iPhone as well.” I have a question.

When will the iPhone App be available or how is the current state?

I am also interested as Beta-tester.

Mepi0011 (talk)07:55, 7 February 2017

That sentence seems very inaccurate. Albert Vaca's blog has a post from October 2013 that says Publish and maintain the iOS port that Yang Qiao begun this GSOC (any iPhone user around?) but no one has updated kdeconnect-ios source code on since 2014. And there's no evidence of a Blackberry port. I know little about this project but I rewrote big chunks of the KDEConnect page to be, I hope, more accurate.

Skierpage (talk)01:25, 19 March 2017

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