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Still waiting on my Pro1x so once again I find myself looking at phones.  Seems Sony has made newer compact models that are should be only available in Japan but beyond reviews I'm not seeing anything about them, probably because I can't speak Japanese.  Japan has always had exclusive phones and if they're small it may be time to take the plunge.

nyone got any ideas how/where to look for community ROMs for them to make them no longer Google trackers?

You can't avoid google tracker, they've basically built skynet, their claws are into every popular service, all that convenient to use net infrastructure/ seemingly innocuous services they provide for free, well it's not free, it's bot nets phoning home on everything we do.

That omniscient AI in westworld, Rehoboam, it's NOT science fiction. 

Only slightly better than china, which has a literal facial recognition network called skynet, owner is a big fan of the terminator films.

Tp4 welcomes the AI singularity, hughmahns are at their limit, they are not capable of reaching the consensus necessary to save planet earth, at least not in time.



--- Quote from: tp4tissue on Thu, 29 December 2022, 13:05:07 ---You can't avoid google tracker

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They may know my IP and browsing habits but I draw the line at knowing my GPS position 24/7 and listening in whenever they like, so I will never use a full-fat Android phone.

they can triangulate you within 5-10 meters based on your cell tower reception.


--- Quote from: tp4tissue on Fri, 30 December 2022, 01:49:40 ---they can triangulate you within 5-10 meters based on your cell tower reception.

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Yes, the telephone network can.  But the telephone network don't know my browsing habits as I've used less than 100mb of my data in 2022 and that was all checking things while Christmas shopping for other people.  Google would know everything and would definitely abuse that power.


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