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== What is KDE Connect? ==
 
== What is KDE Connect? ==
  
KDE Connect is a project that aims to communicate all your devices. For example, with KDE Connect you can receive your phone notifications on your computer, or just use your phone as a remote control for your desktop. To achieve this, KDE Connect implements a secure communication protocol over the network, and allows any developer to create plugins on top of it. Currently there are KDE Connect clients on KDE, Android and Blackberry, and soon we will have iPhone too!
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KDE Connect is a project that aims to communicate all your devices. For example, with KDE Connect you can receive your phone notifications on your computer, or just use your phone as a remote control for your desktop. To achieve this, KDE Connect implements a secure communication protocol over the network, and allows any developer to create plugins on top of it. Currently there are KDE Connect clients on KDE, Android and Blackberry, and soon we will support iPhone as well.
  
 
Some other cool features in video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkCFngNmsh0
 
Some other cool features in video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkCFngNmsh0
  
 
More info at: http://albertvaka.wordpress.com
 
More info at: http://albertvaka.wordpress.com
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== Installation ==
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You will most likely find KDE Connect as a package in your distribution's repos.
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For Ubuntu users, the package in the repos might be outdated and it's recommended to [https://code.launchpad.net/~vikoadi/+archive/ubuntu/ppa/ use this PPA instead].
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The app for Android can be found in both the [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.kde.kdeconnect_tp Google Play Store] and the free store [https://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdid=org.kde.kdeconnect_tp F-Droid].
  
 
== Troubleshooting ==
 
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== Development ==
 
== Development ==
  
If you are interested in contributing to KDE Connect, please join the mailing list [https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kdeconnect] of the project. You might also want to read Albert Vaca's development blog [http://albertvaka.wordpress.org].
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If you are interested in contributing to KDE Connect, please join the [https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kdeconnect mailing list] of the project. You might also want to read [http://albertvaka.wordpress.org Albert Vaca's development blog].
  
 
You can find the sources in the following repositories:
 
You can find the sources in the following repositories:
 
* https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/base/kdeconnect-android/repository
 
* https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/base/kdeconnect-android/repository
 
* https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/base/kdeconnect-kde/repository
 
* https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/base/kdeconnect-kde/repository

Revision as of 03:56, 20 November 2014

This is the comunity page for KDE Connect. It should contain useful and up to date resources for both users and developers.

What is KDE Connect?

KDE Connect is a project that aims to communicate all your devices. For example, with KDE Connect you can receive your phone notifications on your computer, or just use your phone as a remote control for your desktop. To achieve this, KDE Connect implements a secure communication protocol over the network, and allows any developer to create plugins on top of it. Currently there are KDE Connect clients on KDE, Android and Blackberry, and soon we will support iPhone as well.

Some other cool features in video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkCFngNmsh0

More info at: http://albertvaka.wordpress.com

Installation

You will most likely find KDE Connect as a package in your distribution's repos.

For Ubuntu users, the package in the repos might be outdated and it's recommended to use this PPA instead.

The app for Android can be found in both the Google Play Store and the free store F-Droid.

Troubleshooting

If you are behind a firewall, make sure to open the port range 1714-1764 for both TCP and UDP.

In case you find a bug and want to report it, you can do so in the KDE bugtracker: http://bugs.kde.org

Development

If you are interested in contributing to KDE Connect, please join the mailing list of the project. You might also want to read Albert Vaca's development blog.

You can find the sources in the following repositories:


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