KDEConnect has become the standard for interaction between Linux PCs and Android devices. IT can handle most tasks and does so very well.
For GNOME users, this usually means installing a ton of KDE dependencies on their system. It’s clunky, and it doesn’t integrate well with their desktop of choice. GSConnect is a GNOME client for the KDEConnect app that allows you to access all of the same functionality without loading up on KDE components.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-use-gsconnect-for-android-integration-in-gnome