Commit 41b6891c authored by Arjun Thekoot Harisankar's avatar Arjun Thekoot Harisankar 💻

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<h4 class="letter-head smaller"><strong>KDE Connect for Android</strong></h4>
<p>Written in Java against the standard Android SDK</p>
<p>For the most part, the repository's README should cover all the main points. Our testing infrastructure is a little unintuitive, so here's a guide to help you set up a connection between an Android emulator and its host device. Of course if you have a physical device, you can test with that instead.
<p>For the most part, the repository's README should cover all the main points. Our testing infrastructure is a little unintuitive, so here's a <a href="https://community.kde.org/KDEConnect/Android_Emulator">guide</a> to help you set up a connection between an Android emulator and its host device. Of course if you have a physical device, you can test with that instead.
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While getting to grips with the source code, you might find some unusual library names. KDE Application Development in general makes good use of ECM (the Extra CMake Modules), which you can find out more about here. The remainder of the application dependencies are easy to find most of the time, with four notable exceptions:
While getting to grips with the source code, you might find some unusual library names. KDE Application Development in general makes good use of ECM (the Extra CMake Modules), which you can find out more about <a href="https://api.kde.org/frameworks/extra-cmake-modules/html/index.html">here.</a>. The remainder of the application dependencies are easy to find most of the time, with four notable exceptions:
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