[Video] Calyx OS – The next big Android Competitor!?

Calyx OS vs normal Google Android 12 – Everything you need to know…and whether Google should…

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47 Comments on “[Video] Calyx OS – The next big Android Competitor!?”

  1. Note how he meticulously avoids saying the word CHINA when talking about Google handing over your data to oppressive governments…

    It's virtually impossible to know about this malicious practice without identifying it as a hallmark of the Chinese Communist Party. It's incredibly disappointing how reluctant people with massive platforms are to speak out against the murderous Chinese regime. Even in your expertise, the realm of new tech, their malice is still overwhelmingly visible. The amount of Apps Google has pulled at the sole behest of the Chinese Government… Thousands upon thousands, ranging from cooking apps to apps teaching effective protest strategies. Religious apps. Astronomy. Art. The Chinese Government wants the world to live in a digital Dark Age, and the reluctance of Western Influencers to name them for their heinous crimes is just inexcusable. Your profession will simply cease to exist if the Chinese Model is imported worldwide. Criticizing Google, a subsidiary of the government? Big no-no in the Commie-sphere. Wake up. Speak out. Fear is the coffin that potential is buried within.

  2. love your video, BTW Open Camera is better than google's open or closed source IMO. Looks better than linux on pine phone which is awful haven"t tried ubuntu touch yet but always says update availible but when click update it doesn't install updates. i beleve i must load rom onto micro sd card. will this work on pine phone?

  3. Since you are basically faking identity and evading everything Google uses to identify your account, I would think it is very much against their ToS. Since it ain't related to android anymore but their proprietary services. Also I wanna see how many people will pay for every single Google service if they make it so. Because they need to make money to keep their FREE services running. But since all their major services are free they use advantage of targetted advertising. So if they gotta stay profitable from those services and not advertise either, I'm sure they need to make things paid all the way. 😀

  4. if one is not up to no good who the fuck cares about the privacy data ? as long as they are discrete by collecting it it does not matter. Small price to pay for all the free cool aps one can use

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