Debated whether to put this here or in Android Lounge. I discovered, and started using, KDE Connect recently. It involves installing the app on your Android device, and its matching program on your Linux computer. I don't recall anything extraordinary or unusual about setting it up. I just installed both programs, they saw each other on the network, I paired them, and that was that. Some of its features didn't work, but I hadn't had a chance to investigate. Then it stopped working. The phone said the computer wasn't reachable, and the computer showed no paired devices. A reboot of the laptop brought it back to life. But now it's just not working. Neither device sees the other; I'm told all devices must be on the same network (they are); in its KDE settings, where there used to be the phone's name on the left and a list of its features to choose from on the right, is now completely blank. On the phone, I've tried manually connecting using the laptop's IP address, to no avail. I've cleared cache/data, forced stop, uninstalled and reinstalled the app. Nada. I've uninstalled and reinstalled the Linux program. Zip. I've disconnected/reconnected to the network, in various combinations. Zilch. Ideas? I'm fresh out of them. It's a really cool app; its features that did work were useful and/or fun. I'd like to keep using it.