Connectivity Setting

Currently we have 3 methods to transfer data between devices under Linux by cable, wifi, bluetooth and etc. all of this methods are already available for PCLITEOS:


  • KDE Connect: with this useful program is easy for devices to get connected by wireless.
  • This option is accessible by Programs Menu > Settings > System Settings > KDE Connect
  • Before everything first you need to download and install the KDE Connect app from Google play store for your android system.
  • Its also possible to use the touch screen device an an alternative way for your touch pad or optical mouse to move the cursor by wireless system.
  • There are more important options to control playing music in your computer.
  • Ping option can be used for testing your connection between your personal computer and your device would like to connect.
  • Currently KDE Connect is only available for android phones.



BlueZ: Configure bluetooth can be find in system settings to manage bluetooth devices.


  • This option is accessible by Programs Menu > Settings > System Settings > Bluetooth
  • Detecting the brand of your bluetooth device depends on drivers as native or independent and the version of the Linux kernel.
  • Another option to mange your bluetooth system is related icon and menu for the bluetooth in status panel.
  • Turning on and off option for your device is available in the bluetooth menu.
  • Discoverable option is an alternative way to not switch off your bluetooth device.
  • PCLITEOS support more bluetooth devices out of box.



MPT: Media Transfer Protocol is an application to connect your device by cable.


  • This option is accessible by Programs Menu > System > Dolphin (File Manager)
  • On the left side panel you can find your connected device by name.
  • MTP application must be a little bit buggy so if your connection went wrong then try to reconnect your device again.
  • Supported devices are mostly cameras, phones, tablets and etc...
  • In PCLITEOS is possible to check your connected device for rootkits.