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I bought a XCover4 (SAMSUNG) because my ACE 1 lost all support- no WA no TG after allmost 10 years.... I thought it would be similar with that one XCover4-- CustomRoms more than you can ever try ,,, wrong! 0 .. the display broke and as it took very log to repair I bought a Redmi 8 for half the price of the XCover4... but more than dobble better -- Lineage ... In think I have Android 11 on it with Lineage, even Xiomi Redmi has the most reworked ,customized Rom from fabric ,, I wanted a Rom that has the needed codes ,,, and no estra code for spying---- Redmi itself makes it easy for their customers to Root , to TWRP and finaly flas a custom Rom on it ----- even its chinese -- 4 that Spirit and honesty --- 1ß points ,, ans samn its 8 cores and and - compared the XCover4 is a spy in a wheelchair, twice as expensive. and rude....There are mobilemanufactures that , based on custom Roms , produce supersecure mobiles-- for the customer secure--- but are Expensive and not innovative -- i think its still Android 7 based...We, mainstream consumer , have to protect our privacy ,, an at th moment best is Custom Rom and a CR friendly hardware ---- Bootloader ----- Samsung --- very very very Bad See More
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The N900 has an active community, developing applications and OS updates and updating packages for the device when needed. You won't get facebook for it, because facebook itself cut off the leash to the older phone OS's, but if you want that you shouldn't want this device either unless you can live with the browser version. It's for those that want a pocketable PC. See More
I've been using it off and on since it first came out in 2009, and it still holds up to what I need in 2018. I was never satisfied with the modern smartphones with nothing other than capacitive touchscreens. The resistive one on the n900 + the lovely physical keyboard are much better for me, and I'm quite used to classic blackberries. See More