BudiDarm, 22 Apr 2016out of curiosity,
if you don't like the encription disable, can't we just Install stock Andro... moreBecause you are still rewarding a company for not caring about its users.
You buy a Kindle, you are promoting Amazon. They get your money for the hardware purchase, and the free advertisement when others see you with the device. End of story. Nobody gives a shit that you are running CyanogenMod. They just see another Kindle user.
Same thing with Lenovo. Wipe it and put Linux on it? How about not rewarding companies that sh** on their users to begin with?
out of curiosity,
if you don't like the encription disable, can't we just Install stock Android or say like cyanogenmod?
I know it's cheap, but can they do better on the colors? Seriously, just because it's cheap, doesn't mean the color palette have to be ugly.
i don't understand, why would you store anything important on a cheap pad or phone? $50, can you really get a good tab at this price?