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The other really weird thing missing is any kind of battery backup for the time. If the phone loses power, the time and date gets reset, leaving it looking like an old VCR blinking "12:00." So much of the Internet runs over a secure connection now, and the proper time needs to be set on the device or else it will think everyone's certificates are expired and may deny secure connections. When the time gets reset, you can't connect to the Firefox OS marketplace and download an app, you can't pull your e-mail over POP or IMAP, and every secure webpage will throw up an error.




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Google became a way to browse the web and sync every page I visited. Then it turned into a way to download and manage apps, track Android devices, and wipe them remotely. Search on Android became Google Now, which then became Google Assistant, a digital assistant that uses everything Google knows about us based on our activity.


Since I decided to go the open source route, I eventually settled on OsmAnd. It's not nearly as flashy as other navigation apps, but with the option to download free maps of most of the world, it does have its advantages. I recommend pairing OSMAnd with an address-locating app like Acastus, because the app is pretty bad at recognizing street addresses on its own.


The only difference between PCs is its CPU architecture: x86, x86_64, arm, etc. Depending on that, you have to download one ISO or another. But I never have to worry about which graphic card, mouse, keyboard, screen, network card, etc. it has. The install wizard automatically detects that and installs the corresponding drivers. Sometimes, if they are not bundled, the installer also downloads them. Anyway, the key point here is that the ISO is always the same.


The first problem is space. Most phone until recently have too little storage space to contain the entire generic kernel and android framework. A compounding issue is that phone hardware is generally more variant and less standardized than PC hardware, which can be unavoidable due to the limited space.


The official Kali Nethunter images for PinePhone and PinePhone Pro have been released now. For older/unofficial releases, you can still download from the GitHub releases page. Get USB Arsenal for your PinePhone's Kali Linux. Packet Injection is working now, use iwconfig instead of airmon-ng.


There is a limited selection of apps available from the Jolla store, the vast majority are hosted on openrepos.net. If the Storeman app for openrepos is not preinstalled, download the RPM and click to install.


Ubuntu touch is a mobile version of Ubuntu developed by the UBports community.Installation instructions can be found onthe UBports PinePhone project.There is also a script to download the latest image and flash to your PinePhone.In the future, Ubuntu Touch will be able to be installed onto the PinePhone with the UBports installer GUI tool.


On the Braveheart model, there was a postmarketOS based basic Factory Test OS pre-installed on the eMMC. The developer Martijn Braam from postmarketOS has improved the functionality of the image considerably later. Since the 20200501 version, it is able to test all the hardware. It also includes functionality to install a new OS to the eMMC when using with an test image that includes that OS image. The downloadable image just does the hardware tests. Do not flash eMMC to test your device, just flash it to microSD and test from there. New versions are distributed as part of the postmarketOS distribution.


I recently have a Moto G5 which is a good one instead of Samsumg,my concern is as everybody knows that there is no privacy with android systems ...does anybody knows about any other operation system instead of android that i can use in my Moto G5 ??? I already knows that there are phones with OS focused in privacy and security but they are expen$ives like Purism Librem 5 or Plasma Mobile,any ideas guys ???


It sounds really great to do that but honestly i dont understand much about phones ... we really need some EU company to make phones focused on privacy and security but i guess it will take so many years;to do what you're saying is not easy for beginners like me when we talk about android phones .. but thanks for your help !!!


If you instead want different plugins (like the LocalGsmNlpBackend, which uses a local offline database of the GSM towers to obtain the location) you can download them in F-Droid and enable them in the same way.


GrapheneOS makes connections to the outside world to test connectivity, detect captive portals and download updates. No data varying per user / installation / device is sent in these connections. There aren't analytics / telemetry in GrapheneOS.


HTTPS connections are made to fetch PSDS information to assist with satellite based location. These are static files and are downloaded automatically to improve location resolution speed and accuracy. No query or data is sent to these servers. These contain orbits and statuses of satellites, Earth environmental data and time adjustment information.


On 4th and 5th generation Pixels (which use a Qualcomm baseband providing cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GNSS in separate sandboxes), almanacs are downloaded from , , , and which currently (as of October 2022) are hosted via Amazon Web Services. We plan to offer the option to download these files from the GrapheneOS servers, but we'll retain the option to use the standard servers to blend in with other devices.


On 6th and 7th generation Pixels (which use a Broadcom GNSS chip), almanacs are downloaded from , and which are a cache for Broadcom's data available at , and Alternatively, the standard servers can be enabled in the Settings app which are , and providing a similar cache of Broadcom's data currently (as of October 2022) hosted on GCP (Google Cloud Platform).


For most people, the Google Play Store is the only or the main source for their applications. It doesn't even tell you whether an app is Free Software or not, let alone its license. Unfortunately, most apps from this or other markets are proprietary. Even if you install a Free Software app, there is no reason to trust the downloaded binary. Using Google Play also requires a Google account, and is itself proprietary software. It is recommended to not use this market at all.


Although anyone can download the latest x86 Firefox OS runtime, the idea is for the project's contributors to test the Gaia shell and applications that are built for the platform, as well as giving early access to third party developers who might want to start building applications ahead of its launch.


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