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KDE Connect is a multi-platform app that allows your devices to communicate (eg: your phone and your computer).
All this without wires, over the already existing WiFi network, and using TLS encryption.
This is a native Android port of the KDE Connect Qt app. You will find a more complete readme about KDE Connect here.
A lot of useful information, including how to get started working on KDE Connect and how to connect with the current developers, is on our KDE Community Wiki page
For bug reporting, please use KDE’s Bugzilla. Please do not use the issue tracker in GitLab since we want to keep everything in one place.
To contribute patches, use KDE Connect’s Gitlab. On Gitlab (as well as on our old Phabricator) you can find a task list with stuff to do and links to other relevant resources. It is a good idea to also subscribe to the KDE Connect mailing list.
Please know that all translations for all KDE apps are handled by the localization team. If you would like to submit a translation, that should be done by working with the proper team for that language.
If you are reading this from Github, you should know that this is just a mirror of the KDE Project repo.