My question is simple, I want to sync files between a qube and my Android device. How can I set up Syncthing securely? I just want Local Discovery. NAT Traversal, Global Discovery and Relaying will be disabled. Can someone help? Thank you.
This can be achieved by setting the IP address of your android phone in the device on the qube, there won’t be any need for discovery as the remote address is known.
The android device will be able to connect back then.
Works fine for me ©
Have you looked at the community guides
how you can copy files between smartphone and app-vm
for review and add best set configuration security on Syncthing
I will translate this into Arabic after finishing
Via USB cable
from application menu click on creeat qubes vm and choose
(on Basic tab)
template: fedora-x ''x is fedora vergion has installed on your qubesOS"
[ ] Lanch settings after after creation “check on it”
and click OK
on settings phone-vm cho…
Syncthing is an awesome piece of software used to keep files in sync across multiple devices using end-to-end encryption without requiring port forwarding or leaving files on a third-party server.
This guide is intended to allow syncing of files in netvm-less qubes across two (or more) devices running Qubes. This could be used to sync bookmarks for split-browser, or for keeping a KeepassXC file up to date.
You will need to install syncthing in the template