SynbiosVyse47 karma2013-08-09 03:55:17 UTC
10 years since it started, not since it ended.
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SynbiosVyse38 karma2015-02-19 12:08:14 UTC
You gotta eat big to be big.
SynbiosVyse16 karma2020-01-08 18:21:31 UTC
This description is astonishingly accurate.
SynbiosVyse15 karma2019-05-24 13:40:22 UTC
Props for saying National in Virginia. Everyone thinks it's in DC.
SynbiosVyse13 karma2018-09-26 16:33:42 UTC
You're not really running vanilla Android in the strictest sense because you are not running an untouched Android image from AOSP. The Nexus come with stock OS which includes the Google framework. Therefore privacy is pretty much non-existent. Even if you download the stock image from AOSP for your Nexus device, Google as injected their apps into it ever since they took over the project. However you can remove them before installation.
To gain more privacy you would need to run a ROM without Google framework, and taking that a step further you could run Replicant. However, the latter has very limited hardware selection.
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