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01.12.2018

Meizu’s made it harder to switch OSes and root the M6 Note—at least I managed the latter

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Filed under: China, design, New Zealand, technology, Wellington—Jack Yan @ 11.36

8 Responses to ‘Meizu’s made it harder to switch OSes and root the M6 Note—at least I managed the latter’

  1. […] Meizu’s made it harder to switch OSes and root the M6 Note—at least I managed the latter &la… on Meizu M2 Note: welcome to a Google-free mid-2010s […]

  2. […] by this point Facebook owned them, any “claim” must be taken with a grain of salt.    In December I had to replace my phone after the old one was dropped, but now I’m wondering whether I should have spent the money […]

  3. […] There was no turning back.    Tonight, I encountered the same error when plugging in my phone. However, the last time I had plugged it in, there were no errors, so something already was amiss. […]

  4. […] you have to keep tapping to get your keyboard back.    It’s pretty unacceptable that a year-old phone is already incompatible with an app, but I guess you have to remember that no self-respecting geek […]

  5. […] browser. I usually opted for Firefox, and in December 2018, I believe that’s what I did on my then-new Meizu M6 Note.    I don’t recall it being too problematic, but the type on some sites displayed a tad […]

  6. […] Finding an Android browser that works without fuss is harder than you think « Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Meizu’s made it harder to switch OSes and root the M6 Note—at least I managed the latter […]

  7. […] they are less reliable, with a less well stocked app store, and you can’t update the OS. You have to root them to get rid of the Google spyware. I may stick with Meizu but I really won’t be buying domestically […]

  8. […] Microsoft’s revived Intellimouse isn’t a successor to the old « Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Meizu’s made it harder to switch OSes and root the M6 Note—at least I managed the latter […]

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