RECLAIM YOUR MOBILE PHONE PRIVACY
"Pri·va·cy (prī′və-sē): the state of being free from public attention or unsanctioned intrusion"
--- The Free Dictionary
"Privacy is the power to selectively reveal oneself to the world"
--- Eric Hughes, A Cypherpunk's Manifesto, 1993
PRIVACY IS A HUMAN RIGHT, RECLAIM WHAT'S YOURS!
1 - Enhanced management of memory– essentially the OS better protects the contents of the phones brain; thus massively reducing opportunities for hackers to gain access to your phone.
2 - Better encryption than standard Android.
3 - Much more resilient permissions out of the box; which reduces risk associated with malicious apps being installed.
4 - Privacy preserving web browsers by default.Out of the box they provides better security & a much more private web browsing experience.
5 - Operating system verification using a service called Attestation. In the unlikely event your phone is compromised YOU will be told it has been, thus allowing you to use alternative means for communication!
6 - Delivers a modern end user experience which allows users to enjoy a modern smartphone whilst benefiting from enhanced security.
Pixel 4a degoogled with Graphene OS
Unlocked and degoogled Pixel 4a phone gives you the flexibility to change carriers and choose your own data plan; works with Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, and other major carriers.
Degoogled Pixel 7 Pro 256GB with Grapehene OS
Unlocked and degoogled Pixel 7 Pro phone gives you the flexibility to change carriers and choose your own data plan; works with Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, and other major carriers.
Good day community, we would like to share a very interesting review of degoogled phones - you can watch it here.
We find it very interesting as the reviewer is talking about pros but also cons of using these sort of devices.
We are especially in agreement with the following:
- Have multiple devices, dedicate one (degoogled) device to communication and a separate device for other stuff (banking, social, etc)
- Try to use WiFi only if you can - sim cards (and the carriers behind them) do collect information and assign unique identifiers.
Lately we received a lot of requests on how to map an e-sim to our Graphene OS phones. Using these phones with an e-sim is absolutely doable, and perhaps advisable, if you use the appropriate providers.
To use one of our Grapehene OS phones with an esim please follow the steps explained in this video here. (thanks go to youtube creator @sideofburritos for this excellent video)