Articles Tagged GSconnect

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Google Removed the KDE Connect App from the Play Store (Update: It’s Back)

Google removed the official KDE Connect Android app from the Play Store, citing policy restrictions on apps that access SMS and call logs.

19 March 2019
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What to Expect From Ubuntu in 2019

This year (2019) promises to be a bumper one for Ubuntu. We’ve got two all-new short-term releases ahead of us: Ubuntu 19.04 mid April and Ubuntu 19.10 in late October. Both release will be packed full of […]

1 January 2019
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Linux Release Roundup: Dash to Panel, Audacious, Linux 4.20 + More

While most of us use the holiday season as an excuse to do as little as possible — while eating as much as possible — Linux developers tend to use their downtime to dive in […]

27 December 2018
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How to Connect Your Android Phone to Ubuntu Wirelessly

Learn how to connect your Android phone to Ubuntu using GSConnect to transfer files, see notifications, or use your phone touchscreen as a mouse.

30 November 2018
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Ubuntu 18.10 Won’t Include Android Integration After All

Always possibility, and now sadly confirmed: Ubuntu 18.10 won’t ship with Android phone integration out of the box. The feature, provided by the GSconnect GNOME Shell extension, a Qt-free implementation of the KDE Connect service, was proposed […]

31 August 2018
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Ubuntu 18.10 To Include Android Integration

The GSconnect GNOME Shell extension could ship in Ubuntu 18.10. Ubuntu devs want to include the add-on, which integrates Android with the Ubuntu desktop, by default.

14 May 2018