Android

Universal Android Debloat

The Universal Android Debloater (UADNG) is a cross-platform tool designed to help users remove unwanted software from their non-rooted Android devices. Developed by the GitHub user 0x192, this tool leverages the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) to perform its operations, making it a powerful option for those looking to improve their device’s privacy, security, and battery life without needing root access. The new version NEXT GENERATION is the continuation of this work!

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Making the Perfect Phone

I’ve been using a dumbphone for the past month and I see now all the things I’ve been missing in Life. However, dumb phones are far from perfect and there are many things that can be fixed to make the perfect phone.

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Life without a Smart Phone

I recently switched to a Dumb Phone from the smart phone and many asked why? This is my breakdown of the entire experience and recommendations. This certainly won’t be for everyone, but for those that attempt it, I can promise that it will be extremely rewarding for those that have the willpower to do it.

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Fix Ticwatch Lag

Lets fix the lag on the TicWatch. There is tons of bloat that needs to be removed to get a responsive interface.

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Debloat Android

This article goes over using ADB Platform Tools and utilizing adb to uninstall packages by using these tools.

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Degoogle Apps

This article goes over the apps that work and don’t work with a Degoogled phone without google play services installed

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