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6:59 AM
@Izzy that's pretty good!
 
7:36 AM
@SafvanCK Thanks! Expect it to grow. And to be accompanied by a longer article soon.
 
 
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9:31 AM
@Izzy: Nice work and hope to see the finished product on your blog Aside, in Xprivacy, is it a good idea to apply crowd sourced restrictions as a thumb rule (except for those who require shall treatment )?
 
10:16 AM
@beeshyams Thanks! The article will take a little more time. I hope to have it ready end of next month. Will put a notification here then :)
Concerning Xprivacy: I didn't use (or supply) crowd data up to know, but kept an eye on it when configuring my apps. Seemed sound, but the selection of apps I use is too small for general advise :)
 
Thanks @izzy; train for asking is that I probably didn't read up or understand the permissions​ well and at times apps would not work as desired so was thinking of using crowd wisdom :). Some apps like ES, I would prefer to manually tighten the screws
 
10:58 AM
how can operate serial communication signal with android ..
 
@basil Wrong channel I'd say. This is the room of Android users – you'll find the devs in their own room at SO chat :)
 
ok thank you
 
@beeshyams Sure. They are not bad starters, so to say. And ES I'd give a very special manual cure: deleting it and replacing it by something else. Was once my favorite file manager, but got much too bloated.
@basil Anytime, glad to help!
@beeshyams I've heard Solid Explorer should be pretty fine, but there are several other alternatives.
 
11:20 AM
@izzy am aware of the bloat but it still offers many features not found in others ( i do have paid version of Solid Explorer) so what I do is - cut off all internet connections, never update it on a pre bloatware version of it... So far that's worked
 
@beeshyams Yupp, I considered that as well. But found out I use an on-device file explorer too rarely to care :) Most stuff goes via ADB in those terms.
 

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