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)
The phones main focus is privacy and security to protect the user and prevent tracking by third parties. The features of the phones make the device harder to hack, easier to use, and far less likely to get a virus.
The operating systems run on the phones is open source and community-based; therefore, you're much less likely to be exposed to security issues due to zero-days or intentional backdoors.
Click HERE to download the full guide.
We link below a review article writtten by Kevin Kabeci on the Samsung 10+ degoogled phone.
There are many reasons why owning unlocked phones is essential in today’s day and age. These devices allow you to get the latest phone technology at affordable prices without being tied to specific carriers or manufacturers. The best thing about them is that you're not tracked by Google either!
To learn more about the types of phones that offer this kind of privacy, continue reading the article below. We will talk about the best-operating systems for De-Googled phones, such as the Lineage OS, Graphene OS, and Calyx OS.
With the increasing popularity of smartphones and mobile apps, it seems important to have some control over our data. To help you put your mind at ease, there are some phones with operating systems that make you as private as you can possibly be in this day and age.
We here provide some statistics that we have collected throughout the past year about what works and what doesn't. Hopefully you'll find this helpful - it was certainly helpful to us:
Just a quick post today to share a review we've received from Kevin, who recently acquired a Pixel 4a with Graphene OS and started his degoogling process.
You can read Kevin's article here.
With this post we share how to initiate a Calyx OS phone instead.
Hope this helps!