Carol, 15 Nov 2019What you said, is not ignorant, it is ignotant to talk without knowing, and from his comment i... moreI feel a little sad when reading your comment because it seems that you are frustrated with xiaomi users who are mocking your favorite brand because Nokia offered subpar and overpriced phones and now you have a mental breakdown.
For the record i respond to comments that say this "The only difference between Xiaomi and other Android devices is their advts and their UI." That comment made it sound that he didn't know that Xiaomi offered an Android One phones (like some cluless Nokia fans).
Whether you like it or not by the way Xiaomi runs their business right now they are one of the most important brands in the industry.
And thanks to companies like them low income people are able to enjoy high-tech products at low prices, they also play a big role in driving innovation and forcing well known brands to lower the prices of some of their phones.
And now i will try to help you by not bothering you anymore because i don't want you to be more stressed and having suicidal thoughts.
Hilmawan, 14 Nov 2019Unlike you i don't follow every comment he posts like a freak. What he said about the ads and... moreWhat you said, is not ignorant, it is ignotant to talk without knowing, and from his comment i understand he talks about xiaomummy being a crappy company and inserting ads in their devices. Something xiomummy actually does, is not like figuring this out would be rocket-science. If they have an android one device it ain't meaning they suddently don't do ads. Anyway lacking ads does not mean lacking privacy issues... and on the whole, i think they will soon find out data mining/ads serving brings way more money then selling their disposibles. So they will probably bring back the ads in the future releases. As for me fallowing the guy "like a freaq"? Another high level of ignorance right there...Bravo.
Hilmawan, 14 Nov 2019I have no desire to see every comment you have posted, all i know is the comment you made for ... moreThank you for your reply. But, it would've been appreciable if you have ignored all my posts by not replying.
Adul Al Salami Kebab, 14 Nov 2019Most brands offer ONE or GO edition phones these days. V-VFor me android go phone is not a good choice because of its limited features and there are no guarantees for updates.
And as far as i know, other well-known brands that still provide Android One phones with good specifications are only Xiaomi and Motorola/Lenovo.
Subramanian CN, 13 Nov 2019Mi A3 is an exception to their other Mi UI devices. Moreover, the context is not about Android... moreI have no desire to see every comment you have posted, all i know is the comment you made for Xiaomi about the ads and UI sounded like you didn't know that Xiaomi offered an Android One phones since 2017.
If you see some comments from Nokia die hard fans they sound like people who don't know that other brands also offer an Android One that has the similar clean UI and updates, but if it's just a misunderstanding then there's no need for us to argue anymore.
Carol, 13 Nov 2019To tell you the truth, you are the only one comming out from under the rocks here. As far as i... moreUnlike you i don't follow every comment he posts like a freak.
What he said about the ads and UI of Xiaomi sounded like he didn't know that Xiaomi offered an Android One phones since 2017 so there's nothing ignorant about what i've said.
Adul Al Salami Kebab, 14 Nov 2019Well the only way to be some what safe is to get a good old Nokia 3310 2G... No. Why shouldn't you use your smart phone to the bare minimum just for the tasks to be taken care of and leave it in a way like your tooth-brush after brushing your teeth. Just outsmart your smart phone.
Subramanian CN, 14 Nov 2019Apple don't collect any of our private information though their devices are also tracked. This... moreTo be honest, we kill our own privacy. Nothing is private now. Most of us share Photographs and Information about their family through Facebbok, Instagram, WhatsApp, etc. When asked a person told me that he is best making use of the opportunity to use these Apps. I don't understand the rationale behind these beliefs.
Subramanian CN, 14 Nov 2019Apple don't collect any of our private information though their devices are also tracked. This... moreWell the only way to be some what safe is to get a good old Nokia 3310 2G...
Adul Al Salami Kebab, 14 Nov 2019Having a secure phones helps little when you download whatsapp, facebook, google, messenger, i... moreApple don't collect any of our private information though their devices are also tracked. This tracking is done at the network provider level for protecting us ( our lives ). Also, Apple collects some user statistics to improve their services. But, though it is private and secured it can also be hacked. Hope everyone knows about Facebook stealing information through iPhone cameras. Most of the information stolen from us are through Social Networking Apps.
Anonymous, 13 Nov 2019You really believe apple? That biased mentality that apple is better should go out of your hea... moreHaving a secure phones helps little when you download whatsapp, facebook, google, messenger, instagram, snapchat & even youtube... Also I am not convinced Apple aint collecting anything, they most be doing it at the bare minimum for bug reports, see how users use the device so they can improve and so on, private stuff will probably come along with the other data! :< (last secure phone was maybe BB10 Blackberries)
Subramanian CN, 13 Nov 2019Update to my previous message...
Advts are not entertained by Android One devices only at t... moreUpdate to my previous message...
By calling the FREE Apps - FaceBook, Twitter, WhatsApp, etc here, I mean the Social Networking Apps.
Subramanian CN, 13 Nov 2019First of all who said advts are wrong. Advts appear in TVs, radios, mobiles, theaters, and so ... moreMe...just answering your first question. Why? Because they are targetet, while on tv they are not, and they can't manipulate you. On a personal opened to internet device they can target and manipulate you into believing you actually need what they sell. And this is just the less spooky part...
Hilmawan, 13 Nov 2019It will be much better for you if you come out from under a rock once in a while and find out ... moreTo tell you the truth, you are the only one comming out from under the rocks here. As far as i know the guy you are bashing does tend to give xiaomi more promps then to nokia, not that i care to much, but just saying because ignorance annoys me on so many levels i can't shut up.
Subramanian CN, 13 Nov 2019Everyone learns with time. Thanks for the lesson. You messages and reply doesn't contain any c... moreAs for this, i never said the opposite, i just said, do not talk if you don't know. Nobody is borned learned. We all learn, the important is what we say.
Subramanian CN, 13 Nov 2019Update to my previous message... Advts are not entertained by Android One devices only at t... moreYou really believe apple? That biased mentality that apple is better should go out of your head if you wanna stay private/safe in the next 20 years. Why would IOS be more secure then android in reallity? Bouth systems have their cores comming out of a far fetched Unix, at least the CLI that talks with the maschine most closely. So, IOS might seem more secure, but in reallity is not. Their are of course some reasons as of why android is considerated more vulnerable: because of it's open source nature (hackers can take a pick), apps that are not build from core, but just from chunks of already found open source code (exposing the system as not even the developers knows exactly what all of the copied code does) or a lot of android devices that use old systems with dated security levels... putting that all together with the market share android has, you pretty much end up with, statisticaly speaking, one vulnerable giant (a small ad for Nokia here, who does it good and keep it's users up to date). But coming back to IOs security vs android well, as long as their is a system, their is a person to crack it up. Security, at least in tech world, is actually a fealing not a fact. If one good hacker puts its target on you, you are kind of scr... no matter what system you hold, don't ever doubt that, human error will happen at a point and you're hacked. Targeting means a lot of patience and skill. Believe me, they have it. But targeting a normal person is also a far fetched assumption, i do not think there are too many hackers wasting their time, maybe some wannabes that found some tools and try to use them... so the normal joe should be on a safer side, then let's say... a company. As if you want privacy, well do not let them build that profile of you. Spread the info accross as many platformes as possible with different names, emails and passwords. Do not use chrome, disable it and use firefox; do not use google maps, use here maps or whatever. Do not use google as a search engine, use duckduckgo or startpage. Use a private dns in your router, cloudflare or OpenDns will do. Use a private Calendar app; do not use google mail as your personal mail provider, try other more friendly sources and use them only with other mail apps, outlook or more private ones, if you find. Do not use your real info when creating emails, do not use your real info when activating a smartphone. Use data blockers, or firewall as some call them, netguard would be a good example; block as many apps as possible form accessing the internet. Block system services from accessing the internet. Disable all tracking settings your google account has enabled. You can do that from your device but also by accesing your account from your pc and quietly and with patience read and disable all the nasty that you can disable. Only by doing this, you have a boost in privacy of more then 70% then your level of privacy now is. If you already done all this, then, well done. Then you should know the next level of privacy to implement.