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KDroid

   0.7  

KDE Telephony

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KDroid
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  815
Submitted:  May 6 2011
Updated:  Sep 4 2011

Description:

KDroid is a program which allows you to view your contacts and text messages on your computer over a wifi/usb connection. It also allows you to send text messages from your pc.

You need to install the apk on your phone to be able to sync your data.

Git repositories:
git://github.com/machtelik/kdroid-desktop.git
git://github.com/machtelik/kdroid-android.git

Any suggestions for the GUI? Maybe something like Kopete? Let me know..




Changelog:

0.7:
- switched from udp to tcp
- added a few options in android app
- added dbus interface
- other bugfixes/small changes

0.6:
- fixed android service
- added command line options
- push new messages to the desktop
- other bugfixes

0.5:
- removed adb dependency
- added android application
- changed gui

0.2:
- added XML export

0.1:
- initial release




LicenseGPL
Source(KDroid Desktop Source - 0.7)
Source(KDroid Android Source - 0.7)
other(KDroid Android app (apk) - 0.7)
Slackware(KDroid 64bit)
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 All Those Contacts

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Sep 7 2011
 
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Now that I can get them, now to make use of them. Quickest might be an incremental search. Since there are several fields, the search might be "ored" -- the KDE addressbook works like this -- or an option to select.


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 Re: All Those Contacts

 
 by Kn3cHt on: Sep 10 2011
 
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The idea is good, i will add a filter to the contact list. Btw. if you use kaddressbook, you can use it to send text messages via kdroid.


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 Auto-Startup with KDE

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Sep 8 2011
 
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Using USB, this is problematic, obviously. No Adb and probably no phone. Once the app has started, one must quit it in order to forward the port, that is, after connecting the phone.

So some ideas? Maybe (after a delay), put up a dialog: connect phone, start adb, forward port. Only connect to the port after clicking OK.

Note that as a regular app, there should be no problem. As a plasmoid, the init must return so a timer would be started instead and after the delay, put up the dialog.

If not on localhost/usb (these might not necessarily imply each-other!), a dialog to connect the phone could be shown if connection not achieved. Cannot do it this way with the usb because the port will be busied.


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 Re: Auto-Startup with KDE

 
 by Kn3cHt on: Sep 10 2011
 
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I could add a setting, which if selected automaticly forwards the adb port and connects to localhost.


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 button for adb

 
 by Schiwi on: Feb 16 2012
 
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i use kdroid with usb and i have to start adb manually.
how about a button to make it easier? it could start an editable script containing

adb start-server
adb forward tcp:48564 tcp:48564

or something like this


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 Re: button for adb

 
 by Kn3cHt on: Feb 17 2012
 
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Get the latest git version, i've added an option to start a command on launch.


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 Re: Re: button for adb

 
 by Schiwi on: Feb 19 2012
 
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very nice, thank you


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