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  1. sunrat

    KDE Connect

    It may have been mentioned before (SB?) but I just tried it and WOW! I've used Airdroid and DroidOverWiFi which have some similar functions (and some that KDE Connect doesn't) but both seem a bit clunky. With KDE Connect, I installed the apps on desktop from Debian repo and on phone from Play Store. One click on each to connect! The phone shows automatically in Dolphin and you can open or transfer files or play media. You can share a URL from the phone and it will open in the desktop browser. You can even use the phone as a touchpad for your desktop or as a remote for your media player. KDE
  2. abarbarian

    HP 2540 printer problems !!!!

    I have been forced to buy a new printer as the print quality from the local library is utter rubbish and you can not form a print queue and have to set up and print each page separately. Also when you connect to IE, note no FF, at the library you are given a "this is an outdated browser please install a secure and up to date browser" notice. What a total waste of tax payers money.Solution take out the pretend IT experts presently hired stand em up against a wall and shoot em, then they could hire me and give me a similar huge salary and I can guarantee I could provide a better service. Ran
  3. So plugging in those pesky USB keys has got too hard for you? Try a wireless flash drive from SanDisk - http://www.sandisk.com/connect/ Two different configurations that can stream to multiple devices and offer up to 8 hours streaming. A good rundown is at Computerworld - http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9240944/SanDisk_unveils_wireless_flash_drives_that_hold_up_to_64GB
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