Regain your privacy! Adopt /e/ the unGoogled mobile OS and online services
I support this whish As my Mi8 was “retired” due to it age. I miss e/OS But perhaps I will go the GrapheneOS Way due to e/OS missing a.t.m.
An Official LineageOS is currently found for Google Pixel 6a (bluejay)
I do not have this device, but I have been able to build
but it is UNTESTED.
If @linuxdriver or anyone else is interested in trying an untested build on a Pixel 6a
bluejay I will make the ROM available. If you are interested please just say yes, here, on the open forum.
Have e/os on a Xiaomi mi a2 but I am not able to use it daily because it doesn’t receive good signal, I have the pixel 6a and I wan to use it with e/os
Hi @Jiuik96 welcome to the forum.
Thanks for the offer, here you go: [Unofficial BUILD] UNTESTED build Pixel 6a 'bluejay' e-1.10-beta-s – please tell me how it goes.
Anything further on formally adding the Pixel 6a to the /e/OS fold, especially with the bootloader locked?
I am prepping for international travel and - like a thread or two elsewhere in these Fora - am somewhat concerned about access to the device at border checkpoints (or just in general, really). My beloved Sony Xperia XA2 is not re-lockable, so I am looking to get a Pixel 6a to become the travel phone (I already have a travel laptop that runs Debian and gets a wipe after a trip…).
Of course, I just love the Advanced Privacy feature of /e/OS, especially the Fake Location applet. As it stands I will have to use GrapheneOS or LineageOS to run the phone, hence my question about the state of
bluejay’s /e/OS ROM maturity …
I don’t quite feel ready yet to build it from scratch and am therefore hoping
6a bluejay becomes a fully-fledged member of the /e/ family
/e/OS and Pixel 6a is to be tested soon by a renowned IT expert, pentester / security researcher and lecturer for IT security in the article series “Custom ROMs”. The focus will be on analyzing the data transmission behavior. It will be examined where the custom ROMs establish connections and which data is transmitted in the process. The results should provide information on how privacy-friendly a custom ROM is in the default configuration and derive tips on how to limit or even completely disable “home calling”.