Phones degoogled from £15
If you are concerned about your online and physical privacy breached by the use of an undocumented backdoor in 2020 that google held on their mobile Linux operating system Android, Auranos.org is here to help you.
While many anti-virus have failed to give warning or provide any protection from Google's spyware, a large number of techs attempting to warn the public about the dangers and illegality of the shockingly revealled Android "feature" have been silenced across many large tech corporations heavily controlled by the Blackrock and Vanguard multinational investment foundations.
Linux is an operating system kernel which ships with a fairly liberal license allowing anyone to modify and distrubute the software and even profit from doing so, without paying a penny in royalties to Linus Torvalds or the others who play a role in maintaining the kernels. The one stipulation is that any system based on the Linux cannot prevent end-users (the actual people who walk about with the phones in their daily lives) from altering the system as they see fit.
However, in the move in summer of 2020, Google, without the end-user's knowledge or consent, installed software on every Android which wholly meets with the description "spyware" and this software is not as simple to remove as uninstalling and app from the phone.
Many have expressed concerns about the invasion of their privacy this ability to install spyware without the end-users knowledge or consent presents but they outvoiced by loud and very well funded Google sponsored agents who also engage in deranking anything that suggests that there is something wrong, or how to go about undoing the alterations which have turned peoples communications devices into social monitoring devices by those who clearly have something to hide. The new software is closed source as is the means by which the backdoor functions.
Auranos.org recommends that smartphone users check out GNU Linux operating systems for mobile devices such as Ubuntu Touch and purchase a phone which is known to be compatible with these operating systems in order to maximise protection from exploitation from these corporations which are now trampling over humanities most basic liberties.
However at Auranos.org, most of our customers cant just afford a new phone to keep up with the level of creepyness of mega corporations and we cater to every need.
If buying a new phone is out of your reach, there is the middle ground of having your Android phone degoogled. Android is based on Linux but many of the additional bits, including the user-password system have been specifically designed by Google and its not entirely possible to get rid of Google entirely from Android, other than installing a completely different operating system that Google have had no input into. Not all Android devices are supported by the various GNU Linux distributions which are available so if you have a phone that is not known to support GNU then we can replace as much as Google software as possible on your phone.
A degoogled android will still support APK applications like a regular Android but it will not support tracking APIs, it will not support Googles Play Store but most of the applications you use which are not Google can be installed and made to work on your degoogled Android device.
By using alternative software on systems which have been especially installed with privacy in mind, we can effectively reduce your visibility to the Google AI system, restricting them from tracking your location, knowing your medical details or looking at your search history and the various other invasions of privacy detailed on the various documents annexed to the Android license which users agree to in whole by clicking a single button.
For £15, you can be rid of gmail, playstore, gpay, videos and a whole load of other apps spying on your every activity, including your location and have them replaced with similar applications providing much more protection than is available by just trusting a mega-corporation like Google to not exploit you.
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