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Like w Exactly when is enough My main reason for avoiding google of just some of their services is that they slow older devices a lot due to their resource consuming background processes. I tried to find a rooting solution but wasn't always successful. I did find that disabling some of google's services and bloatwares did work in breathing life to older devices hence I was able to prove my theory that software slows them down often than hardware issues.
The downside though is that as mentioned here google play services are required to run some apps including google chrome and google hangouts. While lots of alternatives can be used to replace those, it can be annoying that common apps cannot run on your device because google play services are disabled. It turns out that you can find "MicroG" which basically spoofs google play services and can make your device work in a go.
Another option is keeping Google play services but disabling "Find my device" under device manager. I find that that works too in keeping my kitkat device snappy i. Thanks for the article Would love to get an class action attorney's take on this: I deliberately bought an unlocked phone OnePlus 3 and have now decided to sell it.
I went thru factory reset and after rebooting, got a newly discovered "FRP lock" requesting user and login info tied to my phone number without a SIM card. Never aware or ran across this before. Since the email address used, when I initially started using the phone, was rarely used, I forgot the password. Fortunately, I had not deleted the account and was able to recover-but what if I had deleted the account? Google offers no alternative phone support, and they dump the call after telling you to send them an email or check out the FYI section. If you are not able to remotely confirm the ID electronically only and thru an existing account then the phone turns into a brick, and a total loss for legally owning consumers by what should be a non existant third party.
Of course, I do not care for their pandering to the Chinese government, Dragonfly etc.
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Cancelling YoutubeTV tonight, as well I fully agreed and accept ur points of view.. I m also one of them who using android without google.. You can also expect much worse battery life because of the lack of Google play services, which provides, out of the top of my head, two crucial features in a very energy efficient way: - geolocation and geofencing with limited use of dedicated hardware i.
GPS - high priority notification delivery when phone is dozing. Without Google play services, you'll probably have to choose between delayed notifications or whitelisting your app from battery savings while your phone is idle. Add several apps to this whitelist and you're looking at a steep battery curve.
Actually it's the other way around. After custom rom my battery life doubled in many devices. Not only because of google apps doing something all the time on the background, it was also the manufacturer's apps coming with the phone. I've been doing exactly what you have described for about five years. Now using LineageOS. Am having a problem just recently though where some services require 2FA using the Google Authenticator App, which seems to require Google Play Services on the phone to use. You talked, and talked, but I can't find the steps on how to remove this f I want to remove, all apps from google, yahoo, facebook, twitter, WhatsApp, youtube, Microsoft, etc I use my phone for taking pictures, answering or calling friends, and for texting.
Is there a phone on the market that does that only? Is there a store that people can go and pay to have all that crap removed from their phones? You told us the problem but did not suggest a real clue to get them removed, or a place to bring your phone where they can be removed. I bought a Samsung Note 8, and in the store the salesman set up the phone.
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After leaving the store I went through the Note 8's settings and saw that some of Googles Apps would not allow me to turn off their access to my private information. I began to remove everything that was google related but could not remove a few apps. The phone would not go past the Agreements without accepting them. It could not be used. I'm not against the employees or lower management of the company and many of the products are great, but it has been fundamental to survival and freedom of choice to protect against exploitation of vulnerabilities.
Gathering and assembling seemingly innocent data over a long period of time is exactly gathering and collecting vulnerabilities. Google forces everyone using an android to agree that Google can legally collect, store, and aggregate their data and sell or exploit it.
It might appear to be harmless to the naive, but the naive does not understand how it is used. Here in the USA, we have not seen how data is used against a population to manipulate it. Europe has seen it, and much of the world is still being exploited through the use of it. Google is large company that profits by selling data. Thus, I returned the phone.
You could just as well use a totally self-manufactured "id" with just a s relevant "data" tied to it to feed the device with. This wa an excellent article. Is there someone out there that can perform these services since don't know how? Is there a shop that will do this? I'm not a big app user, so I don't need or want most of this crap. Hi Bertel King, Thanks for article.
Is there a way to do hands-free phone dialing without google? I purchased a Moto 4g a few years ago and it came with a Moto provided app that let me make hands-free voice call in my car without being connected to google. I have used other phones more recently Sony Z5, Nexus and I can not find a way to have hands-free without a connection to google.
Is there a solution? This is thee most honest and clear article on the subject of deceitful business practices that I have read. Information gathering stealing is now the norm and our government doesn't even know the right questions to ask. If the same tactics were practiced by a bank or a burglar they would be treated as they should be.
We will pay the ultimate price some day for giving up not only all of our personal information, but information categorized in a way only a super computer company like Google could attain. Even today, they have the technology to take anything and everything from each and every one of us.
Your article is very factual, but almost delivered with the fear of retaliation from the big "G". Thank you, Vincent. Thanks Bertel King, Jr. I learned a lot from your article and from the many comments I to would like to sever all ties with them but on a Android phone that's almost impossible, but I try anyway! Here's a few things I have done to break away as much as I can:: - I dumped Chrome browser.
Great article. I was inspired by the predecessor article to this one that was written some time ago. I rooted my phone and used Titanium Backup to completely uninstall all things Google from my Moto G4 on stock Nougat 7. Note that the only way to actually uninstall Google apps and services is to root the device. The phone works great, no bloat churning in the background means ultra-responsiveness, the battery lasts at least twice as long and I'm not giving all my personal data to Google to sell to the highest bidder.
I just learned Google tracks you down to the second even if your phone is set to Airplane mode or you remove the sim card! Big Brother??? Dear Bertel, it would be inappropriate on my part to not comment sincerely after understanding the overall thought process presented here by you. Indeed, Google and other tech giants are using our identity and We must do what we can to defend our freedom. This "help" to get rid of Google Play - which has invaded my email with something I never asked for in the first place - was some twenty- page scroll of services I want.
I want a cheap smartphone with a good camera, and I don't want to sign in to google or anything else. The camera has to be in the middle, not by the edge. I only care about one app, and I don't need google to get it. Other than that, I just want the usual stuff: phone, text, notepad.
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Any suggestions about what phone I should get? I have hesitated leaving Nokia N8 because of Android links to Google where I have no accounts, and wish to use my choices of browsers, navigation, etc as per a mobile PC where I fail to recognise the value of most APPs, except perhaps for spreading social hysteria! I have basically done this on the BlackBerry priv. There is no root but you can disable instead. Not optimal but a good trade off for this rendition of Android. Coming from BlackBerry 7 and 10 I wasn't accustomed to all the nosyness and intrusion just so icould have convenience.
Most BlackBerry apps were Cheap. Certainly cheaper than giving a company unfettered access.
At your recommendation I only use duckduckgo. For apps I just re-activate google play, gpservices etc, log in and buy an app and re-disable. Only reason I have Gmail at all. Nowadays, Signal can be used just fine without any connection to Google or their Play Store. It's working very well on my Blackphone. Be careful and check the checksums match the official release, you are installing via an insecure method.