Android, managed by Google, is the world’s most-used mobile operating system. The underlying AOSP is open source.
Having read about e-ink monitors for phones, I test using my PocketBook InkPad Color as a color e-ink monitor for my LineageOS phone.
Using GrapheneOS’s handy web installer to put the hardened Android Open Source Project fork on a Google Pixel 6a phone.
Reviewing a tool for cross-device syncing contacts, calendars, tasks, and feeds locally with Syncthing instead of a central server or service.
Using the Internet Archive to make it easy to read an article later with a read-it-later service.
Confirm your suspicions about the value of the dollar in a free and open source way.
What exactly is an “Android alternative”?
〜Reviewing a fun math game〜
A long list of free and open source app recommendations for your Android-based device.
〜Installing LineageOS on a 2013 Google Nexus 7 and getting to the root (pun intended) of matters〜
〜The story of my purchasing a 2013 Asus Nexus 7 tablet and installing Ubuntu Touch on it〜
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