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16.01.2016

Meizu M2 Note: welcome to a Google-free mid-2010s

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Filed under: China, design, New Zealand, technology—Jack Yan @ 23.39

5 Responses to ‘Meizu M2 Note: welcome to a Google-free mid-2010s’

  1. […] breach your privacy settings: a leopard does not change its spots.    Now you know why I bought my cellphone from a Chinese vendor.    Speaking of big tech firms breaching your privacy, Ian56 found this link.   […]

  2. […] Snap’s valuation at all), I could never get it to run. It said it needed Google Services, something which I don’t have and don’t want. Who wants Google tracking them all day long—while using up your own […]

  3. […] Kylie Jenner Tweets, Snapchat’s value down US$1,300 million « Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Meizu M2 Note: welcome to a Google-free mid-2010s […]

  4. […] I’m only slightly happy with how it all went.    The experience was quite unlike the previous purchase, which went incredibly smoothly. The trouble seems to stem from Meizu offering a New […]

  5. […] Meizu’s made it harder to switch OSes and root the M6 Note—at least I managed the latter « Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Meizu M2 Note: welcome to a Google-free mid-2010s […]

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