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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

9 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 […]

  6. […] filters. I doubt, however, that the video frame rate on Android 7 has been fixed, and since my earlier phone no longer charges (well, it does, but I have to drive to Johnsonville to the repair shop to do it), […]

  7. […] CCP Workers’ Day holiday and mainland China was, it appears, shut.    I’d go back to my old phone but the only way to charge it is to drive to Johnsonville and ask the repair shop to charge […]

  8. […] installed Flyme 8.0.0A, killing all the Google spyware, and giving me the modern equivalent of the Meizu M2 Note from 2016 that I had sourced on Ebay from a Chinese vendor.    I may be speaking too soon, but the […]

  9. […] it picks up the music on the SD card.    Since I keep phones for some time—the old M2 Note is repaired—it’s going to be a long time before I’d contemplate a replacement for the M6 […]

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