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Short Description
PoC to dockerize syncthing-android build
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A wrapper of Syncthing for Android.

<img src="src/fat/play/en-GB/listing/phoneScreenshots/screenshot_phone_1.png" alt="screenshot 1" width="200" />
<img src="src/fat/play/en-GB/listing/phoneScreenshots/screenshot_phone_2.png" alt="screenshot 2" width="200" />
<img src="src/fat/play/en-GB/listing/phoneScreenshots/screenshot_phone_3.png" alt="screenshot 3" width="200" />

<img alt="Get it on Google Play" src="" height="80"> <img alt="Get it on F-Droid" src="" height="80">


The project is translated on Transifex.

Translations can be updated using the Transifex client, using commands tx push -s and tx pull -a.



  • Android SDK Platform (for the compileSdkVersion specified in build.gradle)
  • Android NDK Platform
  • Android Support Repository

Build instructions

Set the ANDROID_NDK environment variable to the Android NDK folder (e.g. export ANDROID_NDK=/opt/android_ndk).
Build Go and Syncthing using ./make-all.bash.
Use ./gradlew assembleDebug in the project directory to compile the APK.

To check for updated gradle dependencies, run gradle dependencyUpdates. Additionally, the git submodule in ext/syncthing/src/ may need to be updated.

Building on Windows

To build the Syncthing app on Windows we need to include the native Syncthing binaries:

  • Download the syncthing-linux-386 and syncthing-linux-arm archives from Syncthing releases and extract them. In each there is a syncthing executable. Rename and place both of these to libs/x86/ and libs/armeabi/ respectively.
    Use ./gradlew assembleDebug in the project directory to compile the APK.


The project is licensed under the MPLv2.

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