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    Nexus 6 | Chroma ROM | Franco.Kernel | -50mV | Security setup & guide:
    Encrypted | VPN 24/7 | SuperSU to mange root | Disabled untrusted certificates (bye spying governments) | OverrideDNS to use NortonDNS on 2G/3G/4G/Wifi | AdAway with malwaredomainlist | App Ops to disable permissions on apps | Telegram for secure chats | Firefox with HTTPS-Everywhere & AdBlock Edge | ESET Premium for File Scan, SMS & Call blocker, Security audit
  • Devices
    HTC Desire HD
    Google Nexus 4
    Nexus 6


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14 A little intro: I spent a lot of time with malware on windows and which apps/settings can actually protect you. By working with malware you also get a lot of background info on how people / companies / governments can steal your privacy from you ...
3 Hmm I think there is a list already because making one now would be extremely time consuming. Try if you find one by using xda search or Google. If you don't find anything I can look later... If you find a list feel free to share here :) Found ...
3 can someone please give a newbie quickie tutorial on how to get 4.2.2 without losing apps/data/settings and back to franco kernel again using CMW flashing .zips only please! 1) find the stock factory .zip file? where do i get this exact link? ...
2 I get about 4-5 hours SOT during a 16-18 hour day. Then I still have ~10-15% battery left (this will enable batter saving mode + some Tasker stuff to save battery). So for me I can easily get through a heavy day of usage which includes browsing, m...
1 As I'm concerned about privacy and security thanks for your thread but you forgot XPrivacy the best privacy manager I know it's not completely ready for Lollipop but works perfectly on Kitkat it's not about that fault it's Xposed it has a bug whic...