Preview of KPhotoAlbum for Andoid
May 12, 2014
Over the last few month, I've worked hard on a KPhotoAlbum version for Android. The way that it works is that the android application will connect to a running KPhotoAlbum instance on your desktop, to allow you to browse through your images as if you were sitting behind the desktop.
Anyway, a picture is worth a thousand words, so a video must be worth a thousand pictures, so please check out this video on youtube which shows it all in action.
This is the first alpha version available, it has its glitches, but it works quite well nevertheless, so please do give it a try, and report back to me directly (email@example.com) or to the KPhotoAlbum mailing list.
To use it, you need booth an Android version for your tablet or phone (KPhotoAlbum version 0.0.4 from google play), and you need to compile KPhotoAlbum yourself for the desktop (either from download.kde.org or from git where you need SHA 6897e0b from branch wpi/android)
To compile the desktop version, you need to ensure that the Qt4 version of QMake is found. For me it worked like this:
cmake . -DQT_QMAKE_EXECUTABLE=/usr/bin/qmake-qt4 -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/tmp/test make make install /tmp/test/bin/kphotoalbum