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Which Actress had the best run in the 70s?

2020.09.25 20:44 Britneyfan456 Which Actress had the best run in the 70s?

Best run in terms of anything
Ellen Burstyn: The Last Picture Show, The Exorcist, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Same Time, Next Year, The King of Marvin Gardens, Harry and Tonto, Tropic of Cancer, Alex in Wonderland, Harry and Tonto, A Dream of Passion, and Providence.
Diane Keaton: The Godfather 1 & 2, Annie Hall, Manhattan, Interiors, Sleepers, Lovers and Other Strangers, Play It Again, Sam, Love and Death, Looking for Mr. Goodbar, Harry and Walter Go to New York, and I Will, I Will... for Now.
Meryl Streep: Manhattan, The Deer Hunter, Julia, Kramer vs. Kramer, and The Seduction of Joe Tynan.
Shelley Duvall: Nashville, Annie Hall, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, Brewster McCloud, Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson, 3 Women, and Thieves Like Us.
Bibi Andersson: La Rivale, Scenes from a Marriage, Chelovek s drugoy storony, The Touch, Story of a Woman, The Man from the Other Side, Afskedens time, Blondie, The Kremlin Letter, Twice a Woman, Quintet, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden, L'Amour en question, Chelovek s drugoy storony, Barnförbjudet, An Enemy of the People, It's Raining on Santiago, and The Concorde ... Airport '79.
Karen Black: Nashville, Family Plot, Airport 1975, The Great Gatsby, The Day of the Locust, Trilogy of Terror, Burnt Offerings, A Gunfight, Cisco Pike, Drive, He Said, The Pyx, Little Laura and Big John, Law and Disorder, Rhinoceros, Crime and Passion, Killer Fish, The Last Word, Because He's My Friend, The Strange Possession of Mrs. Oliver, Mr. Horn, Capricorn One, and In Praise of Older Women.
Julie Christie: Shampoo, Nashville, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, The Go-Between, Don't Look Now, Demon Seed, and Heaven Can Wait.
Liv Ullmann: The Emigrants, Scenes from a Marriage, Face to Face, Pope Joan, Leonor, 40 Carats, Lost Horizon, Zandy's Bride, The Abdication, Trollflöjten, A Bridge Too Far, Players, Autumn Sonata, Fruen fra havet, The Serpent's Egg, The New Land, Cries and Whispers, Cold Sweat, and The Night Visitor.
Pam Grier: Coffy, Foxy Brown, Black Mama White Mama, The Big Bird Cage, Women in Cages, Friday Foster, The Arena, Scream Blacula Scream, Sheba, Baby, Bucktown, The Big Doll House, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, Cool Breeze, Hit Man, The Twilight People, Drum, Greased Lightning, and Twilight of Love.
Goldie Hawn: Shampoo, There's a Girl in My Soup, Foul Play, Butterflies Are Free, The Sugarland Express, Dollars, Lovers and Liars, The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox, and The Girl from Petrovka.
Romy Schneider: Ludwig, Death Watch, Mado, Group Portrait with a Lady, A Simple Story, Bloodline, Womanlight, A Woman at Her Window, Innocents with Dirty Hands, Le vieux fusil, That Most Important Thing: Love, Un amour de pluie, Qui?, My Lover, My Son, Bloomfield, La califfa, Max et les ferrailleurs, The Assassination of Trotsky, The Infernal Trio, César and Rosalie, The Train, and Love at the Top.
Faye Dunaway: Network, Chinatown, The Champ, Little Big Man, Puzzle of a Downfall Child, The Three Musketeers, The Four Musketeers, The Towering Inferno, Three Days of the Condor, Doc, Eyes of Laura Mars, and Voyage of the Damned.
Stéphane Audran: The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, Violette Nozière, Le Gagnant, Eagle's Wing, Les Liens de sang, The Twist, Silver Bears, The Devil's Advocate, Death of a Corrupt Man, Chi dice donna, dice donna, The Black Bird, Vincent, François, Paul... et les autres, Hay que matar a B., How to Do Well When You're a Jerk and a Crybaby, And Then There Were None, The Heart's Cry, Un meurtre est un meurtre, Wedding in Blood, Le Boucher, The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun, Sans mobile apparent, Aussi loin que l'amour, Just Before Nightfall, Children of Mata Hari, and The Breach.
Talia Shire: The Godfather 1 & 2, Rocky 1 & 2, Maxie, Gas-s-s-s, The Outside Man, The Dunwich Horror, Prophecy, and Old Boyfriends.
Ingrid Bergman: Autumn Sonata, Murder on the Orient Express, A Matter of Time, A Walk in the Spring Rain, Henri Langlois, and From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler.
Madeline Kahn: What's Up, Doc?, High Anxiety, Young Frankenstein, Paper Moon, Blazing Saddles, The Cheap Detective, The Muppet Movie, Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood, at long last love, and The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother.
Marsha Mason: Cinderella Liberty, The Goodbye Girl, Chapter Two, Blume in Love, The Cheap Detective, Promises in the Dark, and Audrey Rose.
Monica Zetterlund: Stubby, The New Land, The Apple War, The Emigrants, and Guttersnipes.
Jane Fonda: Julia, Klute, Coming Home, A Doll's House, Steelyard Blues, Tout Va Bien, The Blue Bird, Fun with Dick and Jane, California Suite, Comes a Horseman, The China Syndrome, and The Electric Horseman.
Marisa Berenson: Cabaret, Death in Venice, Barry Lyndon, Killer Fish, Un modo di essere donna, and Some Like It Cool.
Geraldine Chaplin: Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson, Nashville, Welcome to L.A., Noroît, Elisa, vida mía, Mama Turns 100, Ana and the Wolves, Z.P.G., Innocent Bystanders, A House Without Boundaries, The Garden of Delights, The Hawaiians, Perched on a Tree, ¿...Y el prójimo, The Three Musketeers, The Four Musketeers, Yankee Dudler, Cría Cuervos, Scrim, Roseland, In Memoriam, Remember My Name, A Wedding, L'Adoption, The Widow of Montiel, Mais ou et donc Ornicar, One Page of Love, Blindfolded Eyes, and Marriage à la mode.
Gena Rowlands: A Woman Under the Influence, Opening Night, Minnie and Moskowitz, The Brink's Job, and Two-Minute Warning.
Eileen Brennan: The Cheap Detective, The Last Picture Show, The Sting, Scarecrow, Nourish the Beast, Daisy Miller, FM, Hustle, The Great Smokey Roadblock, My Old Man, When She Was Bad..., Murder by Death, and The Death of Richie.
Barbra Streisand: What's Up, Doc?, The Way We Were, A Star Is Born, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, The Owl and the Pussycat, Up the Sandbox, Funny Lady, For Pete's Sake, and The Main Event.
Shelley Winters: Next Stop, Greenwich Village, Pete's Dragon, Blume in Love, Revenge!, Flap, Bloody Mama, How Do I Love Thee?, What's the Matter with Helen?, Whoever Slew Auntie Roo?, Something to Hide, The Poseidon Adventure, The Stone Killer, Cleopatra Jones, Diamonds, La dahlia scarlatta, Journey into Fear, The Tenant, Poor Pretty Eddie, That Lucky Touch, Tentacles, Mimì Bluette... fiore del mio giardino, King of the Gypsies, An Average Little Man, Black Journal, The Magician of Lublin, The French Atlantic Affair, City on Fire, and The Visitor.
Isabelle Huppert: Violette Nozière, Rosebud, Going Places, The Lacemaker, Successive Slidings of Pleasure, The Bar at the Crossing, Faustine et le Bel Été, Aloïse, The Common Man, Serious as Pleasure, The Big Delirium, The Indians Are Still Far Away, Scénario de 'Sauve qui peut la vie, Return to the Beloved, The Brontë Sisters, Little Marcel, Spoiled Children, I Am Pierre Riviere, Docteur Françoise Gailland, The Judge and the Assassin, and L'Ampélopède.
Lee Grant: Shampoo, Voyage of the Damned, The Landlord, There Was a Crooked Man..., The Internecine Project, Airport '77, The Spell, The Mafu Cage, Damien: Omen II, and The Swarm.
Monica Vitti: Mimì Bluette... fiore del mio giardino, Ninì Tirabusciò: la donna che inventò la mossa, The Pizza Triangle, Le coppie, Teresa the Thief, La supertestimone, That's How We Women Are, The Pacifist, Duck in Orange Sauce, Polvere di stelle, Gli ordini sono ordini, The Phantom of Liberty, La Tosca, An Almost Perfect Affair, Amori miei, Tigers in Lipstick, Per vivere meglio, divertitevi con no, State Reasons, L'altra metà del cielo, The Immortal Bachelor, Blonde in Black Leather, and Basta che non si sappia in giro.
Carrie Fisher: Star Wars, Mr. Mike's Mondo Video, and Shampoo.
Cybill Shepherd: The Last Picture Show, Taxi Driver, Daisy Miller, The Heartbreak Kid, At Long Last Love, Aliens from Spaceship Earth, A Guide for the Married Woman, The Lady Vanishes, Americathon, Special Delivery, and Silver Bears.
Cloris Leachman: Young Frankenstein, The Muppet Movie, The Last Picture Show, WUSA, Lovers and Other Strangers, The Steagle, The People Next Door, Dillinger, High Anxiety, The North Avenue Irregulars, Crazy Mama, The Mouse and His Child, Scavenger Hunt, Charley and the Angel, and Happy Mother's Day, Love George.
Diane Ladd: Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Chinatown, WUSA, The Steagle, The Rebel Rousers, Embryo, and White Lightning.
Delphine Seyrig: Utkozben, Aloise, Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles, The Last Word, India Song, Caro Michele, Son nom de Venise dans Calcutta désert, The Garden That Tilts, Baxter, Vera Baxter, Faces of Love, A Doll's House, The Day of the Jackal, The Heart's Cry, The Black Windmill, and Daughters of Darkness.
Tatum O'Neal: Paper Moon, The Bad News Bears, Nickelodeon, and International Velvet.
Jodie Foster: Taxi Driver, Napoleon and Samantha, Tom Sawyer, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Freaky Friday, The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane, Candleshoe, Bugsy Malone, Kansas City Bomber, One Little Indian, Echoes of a Summer, Moi, fleur bleue, and Beach House.
Jill Clayburgh: An Unmarried Woman, La Luna, Starting Over, Griffin and Phoenix, The Telephone Book, Portnoy's Complaint, The Thief Who Came to Dinner, The Terminal Man, Silver Streak, Hustling, and Semi-Tough.
Sissy Spacek: Carrie, Badlands, Women in Revolt, Welcome to L.A., 3 Women, Prime Cut, and Ginger in the Morning.
Glenda Jackson: A Touch of Class, Women in Love, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Hedda, Elizabeth R, The Music Lovers, The Boy Friend, Mary, Queen of Scots, The Maids, The Devil Is a Woman, The Triple Echo, Bequest to the Nation, Stevie, Nasty Habits, The Incredible Sarah, The Class of Miss MacMichael, Lost and Found, House Calls, and The Romantic Englishwoman.
Vanessa Redgrave: Julia, Mary, Queen of Scots, Murder on the Orient Express, The Devils, Dropout, La vacanza, The Trojan Women, Agatha, Yanks, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, Bear Island, and Out of Season.
Tuesday Weld: Looking for Mr. Goodbar, Play It as It Lays, A Question of Guilt, F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood, Who'll Stop the Rain, A Safe Place, I Walk the Line, and Reflections of Murder.
Ann Margaret: Carnal Knowledge, The Cheap Detective, Tommy, The Train Robbers, RPM, C.C. and Company, The Outside Man, The Twist, Magic, The Villain, Joseph Andrews, and The Last Remake of Beau Geste.
Jane Alexander: Kramer vs. Kramer, All the President's Men, The Great White Hope, Eleanor and Franklin, A Gunfight, The Betsy, and The New Centurions.
Sally Kellerman: Brewster McCloud, MASH, Welcome to L.A., Brewster McCloud, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, Lost Horizon, The Mouse and His Child, Slither, A Little Romance, Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins, The Big Bus, and A Reflection of Fear.
Shirley MacLaine: Being There, Minnie and Moskowitz, The Turning Point, Two, Desperate Characters, The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir, and The Possession of Joel Delaney.
Mia Farrow: The Great Gatsby, A Wedding, Full Circle, Hurricane, Death on the Nile, Avalanche, See No Evil, Dr. Popaul, Follow Me!, Goodbye, Raggedy Ann, and Peter Pan.
Anne Bancroft: The Turning Point, The August, Lip Stick, Silent Movie, The Prisoner of Second Avenue, Urban Living: Funny and Formidable, The Hindenburg, Blazing Saddles, and Young Winston.
Liza Minnelli: Cabaret, A Matter of Time, Lucky Lady, New York, New York, Liza with a Z, Journey Back to Oz, and That's Entertainment!.
Raquel Welch: Kansas City Bomber, Myra Breckinridge, Hannie Caulder, The Three Musketeers, Fuzz, Sin, The Four Musketeers, Animal, Mother, Jugs & Speed, The Prince and the Pauper, Bluebeard, The Wild Party, and The Last of Sheila.
Louise Fletcher: The Cheap Detective, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Thieves Like Us, Exorcist II: The Heretic, The Magician of Lublin, The Lady in Red, Russian Roulette, and Natural Enemies.
Stockard Channing: The Cheap Detective, Grease, The Big Bus, The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh, Sweet Revenge, The Fortune, The Lion Roars Again, The Hospital, and Up the Sandbox.
Maggie Smith: California Suite, Murder by Death, Travels with My Aunt, Love and Pain and the Whole Damn Thing, and Death on the Nile.
Lee Remick: The Blue Knight, The Omen, The Europeans, Telefon, The Medusa Touch, Touch Me Not, Loot, Hennessy, A Severed Head, A Delicate Balance, and Sometimes a Great Notion.
Susannah York: Images, That Lucky Touch, The Maids, Jane Eyre, Zee and Co., Conduct Unbecoming, Gold, Eliza Fraser, Superman, The Shout, The Silent Partner, Country Dance, Happy Birthday, Wanda June, Sky Riders, Fallen Angels, Long Shot, The Golden Gate Murders, The Golden Gate Murders, and A Month in the Country.
Cindy Williams: American Graffiti, The Conversation, Travels with My Aunt, Gas-s-s-s, Drive, He Said, The Killing Kind, Beware! The Blob, More American Graffiti, Mr. Ricco, and The First Nudie Musical.
Terri Garr: Young Frankenstein, The Conversation, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood, The Black Stallion, Oh, God, The Absent-Minded Waiter, and Mr. Mike's Mondo Video.
Claudia Cardinale: The Immortal Bachelor, Blonde in Black Leather, I guappi, Father of the Godfathers, A Girl in Australia, The Adventures of Gerard, L'udienza, One Russian Summer, The Legend of Frenchie King, Libera, My Love, Il comune senso del pudore, Jesus of Nazareth, In the Name of the Pope King, Il prefetto di ferro, L'arma, Goodbye & Amen, and Escape to Athena.
Sally Field: Norma Rae, The End, Heroes, Stay Hungry, Hooper, and Smokey and the Bandit.
Ali Macgraw: Love Story, Convoy, Players, and The Getaway.
Candice Bergen: Starting Over, Carnal Knowledge , Soldier Blue, The Wind and the Lion, The Domino Principle, Bite the Bullet, Getting Straight, 11 Harrowhouse, The Hunting Party, Oliver's Story, and A Night Full of Rain.
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2020.08.18 13:23 TheAnonymouseJoker Smartphone Hardening Privacy non-root Guide 2.0 (for normal people)

I forgot to post it here, might be valuable as it debloats phones of Google and other corporation software in general. The guide is nearly fully FOSS supported, and the only non FOSS XDA app does not require internet to function.
NOTE (June) 15/06/2020: r_privacy moderator trai_dep revengefully deleted my highly gilded 1.0 guide post before.
UPDATED 16/8/2020: Major edit, replaced closed source App Ops and Shizuku with AppOpsX (Free Open source) on F-Droid. This guide is nearly FOSS supported now.
UPDATED 17/9/2020: MAJOR EDIT, replaced closed source Access Dots with Privacy Indicator (FOSS) on Izzy's F-Droid repo. This guide is completely FOSS.
Hello! I am the founder of /privatelife . Finally my smartphone non root guide is back, and there are some big upgrades. I was taking time to test everything myself on my daily driver, so apologies for keeping everyone in the wait, but stability and ease of use is the important goal to strive in my playbook. Privacy must be accessible to maximum amount of people without being annoying or tedious.
A kind request to share this guide to any privacy seeker.

User and device requirement

  • ANY Android 9+ device
  • knowledge of how to copy-paste commands in Linux or Mac Terminal/MS-DOS Command Prompt (for ADB, it is very simple, trust me)

Why not Apple devices?

iPhone does not allow you to have privacy due to its blackbox nature, and is simply a false marketing assurance by Apple to you. Recently, an unpatchable hardware flaw was discovered in Apple's T1 and T2 "security" chips, rendering Apple devices critically vulnerable.
17/9/2020: Apple gave the FBI access to the iCloud account of a protester accused of setting police cars on fire.
Also, they recently dropped plan for encrypting iCloud backups after FBI complained. They also collect and sell data quite a lot. Siri still records conversations 9 months after Apple promised not to do it. Apple Mail app is vulnerable, yet Apple stays in denial.
Also, Apple sells certificates to third-party developers that allow them to track users, The San Ferdandino shooter publicity stunt was completely fraudulent, and Louis Rossmann dismantled Apple's PR stunt "repair program".
Also, Android's open source nature is starting to pay off in the long run. Apple 0-day exploits are far cheaper to do than Android.

LET'S GO!!!

ALL users must follow these steps before "for nerdy users" section.
Firstly, if your device is filled to the brim or used for long time, I recommend backing up your data and factory resetting for clean slate start.
NOTE: Samsung users will lose Samsung Pay, as Samsung has been caught and declares they sell this data: https://www.sammobile.com/news/samsung-pay-new-privacy-policy-your-data-sold/
  • Make DIY camera covers, for front camera notch use a tiny appropriate-sized thin opaque plastic cutout and use an invisible tape to stick it in place, replace every month (cost: tape roll and one minute of your time per month). My rear camera cover
  • Install F-Droid app store from here
  • Install NetGuard app firewall (see NOTE) from F-Droid and set it up with [privacy based DNS like Uncensored DNS or Tenta DNS or AdGuard DNS]
NOTE: NetGuard with Energized Ultimate HOSTS file with any one of the above mentioned DNS providers is the ultimate solution.
NOTE: Set DNS provider address in Settings -> Advanced settings --> VPN IPv4, IPv6 and DNS
  • In F-Droid store, open Repositories via the 3 dot menu on top right and add the following links below:
  1. https://rfc2822.gitlab.io/fdroid-firefox/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=8F992BBBA0340EFE6299C7A410B36D9C8889114CA6C58013C3587CDA411B4AED
  2. https://apt.izzysoft.de/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=3BF0D6ABFEAE2F401707B6D966BE743BF0EEE49C2561B9BA39073711F628937A
  3. https://guardianproject.info/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=B7C2EEFD8DAC7806AF67DFCD92EB18126BC08312A7F2D6F3862E46013C7A6135
Go back to F-Droid store home screen, and hit the update button beside the 3 dot menu.

LIST OF APPS TO GET

  • Get Firefox Beta web browser from F-Droid (install uBlock Origin addon inside (if technically advanced, try doing this)). Also get Firefox Klar if you like a separate incognito browser.
  • Get Aurora Store from F-Droid for apps from Play Store without actually using Play Store, use Anonymous option to sign in
  • for 3rd party APKs source them only from APKMirror OR APKPure OR APKMonk, quite trusted, BUT TRY AND AVOID IT IF POSSIBLE
  • Get Privacy Indicator from F-Droid for iOS 14 like camera/mic dot indicator feature
  • Get OSMAnd+ from F-Droid or Qwant Maps inside web browser for maps and/or print physical maps if you live and travel in one or two states or districts.
NOTE: Qwant Maps has better search results than OSMAnd+
  • Get PilferShush Jammer from F-Droid to block microphone (use this in malls, restaurants or such public places if you can to prevent beacon tracking)
  • Get OpenBoard (user friendly) OR AnySoftKeyboard (nerd friendly) from F-Droid instead of Google GBoard, Microsoft SwiftKey et al, they are closed source keylogger USA spyware
  • Get FTP Server (Free) from F-Droid and FileZilla on computer for computer-to-phone internet less file sharing
NOTE: for phone-computer sync or sharing, can TRY KDE Connect, available for Android, Windows, Linux
  • Get TrebleShot instead of SHAREIt for phone to phone file sharing
  • Get K-9 Mail or FairEmail as e-mail client
  • Get NewPipe for YouTube watching, or YouTube in Firefox Preview/Klar
  • Get QKSMS from F-Droid as SMS client app
  • Get Shelter from F-Droid to sandbox potential apps that you must use (eg WhatsApp or Discord or Signal)
  • Get SuperFreezZ from F-Droid to freeze any apps from running in background
  • Get Librera Pro from F-Droid for PDF reader
  • Get ImgurViewer from F-Droid for opening reddit/imguother image links without invasive tracking
  • Get InstaGrabber from F-Droid for opening Instagram profiles or pictures without invasive tracking (seems like a revived fork is here, thanks u/sad_plan )
  • Get GreenTooth from F-Droid to set Bluetooth to disable after you have used it
  • Get Material Files or Simple File Manager from F-Droid for file manager app
  • Get ImagePipe from F-Droid if you share lot of pictures, and want to clear EXIF metadata snooping (often photos contain phone model, location, time, date)
  • Get Note Crypt Pro from F-Droid for encrypted note taking app
  • Get Vinyl Music Player from F-Droid for music player
  • Get VLC from F-Droid for video player

CRITICAL FOR CLIPBOARD, LOCATION AND OTHER APP FUNCTION BLOCKING

I would say this is one of the critical improvements in my guide, and will solve the problem of clipboard and coarse location snooping among other things.
AppOpsX is a free, open source app that allows to manage granular app permissions not visible normally, with the help of ADB authorisation without root. This app can finely control what granular information apps can access on your phone, which is not shown in app permissions regularly accessible to us.
Now that you would have set up your phone with installing apps, now is a good time to perform this procedure.
Step 1: Install AppOpsX from F-Droid. (https://f-droid.org/en/packages/com.zzzmode.appopsx/)
Step 2: Plug phone to computer, and enable USB debugging in Settings --> Developer Options (you probably already did this in the starting of the guide)
Step 3: Keep phone plugged into computer until the end of this procedure! Open AppOpsX app.
Step 4: On computer, type commands in order:
adb devices
adb tcpip 5555
adb shell sh /sdcard/Android/data/com.zzzmode.appopsx/opsx.sh &
Step 5: Now open "AppOpsX" app, and:
  • disable "read clipboard" for apps except your messengers, notepad, office suite, virtual keyboard, clipboard monitor apps et al.
NOTE: Most apps that have text field to copy/paste text require this permission.
  • disable "modify clipboard" for every app except for your virtual keyboard or office suite app or clipboard monitostack special apps.
  • disable "GPS", "precise location", "approximate location" and "coarse location" for every app except your maps app (Firefox and OSMAnd+)
  • disable "calendar" for every app except your calendar and email app
  • disable "read contacts", "modify contacts" and "get contacts" for every app except your "Phone", "Phone Services", "Phone/Messaging Storage", contacts and messenger apps
  • disable all "send/receive/view messages" permissions for every app except "Phone", "Phone Services", "Phone/Messaging Storage", QKSMS, contacts, dialler and messenger apps
  • disable "body sensors" and "recognise physical activity" for every app except games needing gyroscope, or any compass dependent app like camera or bubble leveling app
  • disable "camera" for every app except your camera and messenger apps
  • disable "record audio" for every app except camera, recorder, dialler and messenger apps
  • disable all "Phone" permissions for apps except your SMS app (like QKSMS) and Contacts, Dialler and call recorder apps
  • disable "change WiFi state" for every app except file sharing apps (like TrebleShot)
  • disable "display over other apps" for any third party app not from F-Droid
  • disable "read storage" and "write storage" for apps except file manager, file sharing app and messenger apps
  • enable all permissions for "Phone", "Phone Services" and "Phone/Messaging Storage" system apps, critical for cell radio calling and sending SMS
Step 6: Profit! Now you can plug off phone from computer.
NOTE: Remember to use AppOpsX everytime you install a new app outside of F-Droid store, which is done not too often by people.

FOR NERDY USERS

  • Get App Manager from Izzy's F-Droid repo (here) to inspect app's manifest, trackers, activities, receivers, services and even signatures via Exodus Privacy built-in, all without root
  • Get Warden from Izzy's F-Droid repo (here) for checking loggers (rest app is inferior to App Manager)

HOW TO USE NETGUARD

By default, all apps will be blacklisted from WiFi and mobile data access.
If not, go to Settings via 3 dot menu --> Defaults (white/blacklist) --> Toggle on "Block WiFi", "Block mobile" and "Block roaming"
Whitelist your web browsers, messengers (WhatsApp, Zoom et al), file sharing apps, download managers, "Aurora Store" app and any game if needs internet and give them WiFi and mobile data access.
Also, whitelist "Downloads" and "Download Manager" as these are system apps that allow web browsers and other apps without built-in downloader to download files. Whitelisting this will keep apps and system stable.

WHICH PHONE BRANDS ARE GOOD AND BAD? (FACTS)

Now we will need to evaluate what manufacturers are relatively safe, no appeasing, I will be blunt. I will make tier lists to help. I will give explanation for each, so read before jumping with pitchforks.
NOTE: If you have anti-Chinese political allergy, kindly read facts, or choose the other non-Chinese options listed.
Tier 1: Huawei/Honor, Asus, Nokia, Motorola, Sony, LG, FairPhone
Tier 2: Samsung, OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, Realme
Tier NOPE NOT AT ALL: Google
FairPhone: Clean software, ethical, recyclable components, good phone but bit extra price for midrange hardware. Status: good.
Huawei: (still no evidence by US government after one year of market protectionism ban, contrary to what Sinophobic US propaganda and condemned joke research papers (refer to this for why), may make you believe, all countries except US, Australia, Japan and UK are allowing them for 5G participation, there is absolutely ZERO EVIDENCE against specifically Huawei (does not count other Chinese companies), earlier ironically audited by UK GCHQ to be safe and on any of their global devices, to date there has been no telemetry found IFF you do NOT use Huawei ID account or Huawei AppGallery store (as instructed above). I have an OpenKirin rooted unlocked Honor 6X, and now a locked P30 Lite to confirm this.
If Huawei's CEO is a former PLA technician, so do plenty US companies. What does it prove?
NOTE: Real reason for this propaganda ban is USA could not monopolise 5G unlike it did 4G, and so they are playing their cards to put China out of commission. And Huawei did not steal 5G from USA, since USA does not even have a proper 5G vendor yet.
To add, for the rest of world outside China it is better to own a device from a country which has no jurisdiction over them, and you can use their phones without Huawei and Google accounts very safely. BONUS: baseband modem not associated with NSA. Also, good cameras, battery, display and performance in general. Status: good.
Asus, Sony, Motorola: their software is nearly stock, and as such quite beneficial and peace of mind assuring. Status: good.
LG: less stock-y software, still good. Good cameras. display too. Status: good.
Nokia: a bit of skepticism here with them helping spy with nexus with Russia's MTS and recently found Chinese telemetry as well, but nothing that NetGuard cannot stop by blocking domains via HOSTS from interacting with your device. Status: Potential issues, can be mitigated.
Samsung: Multiple issues with Qihoo 360 on phones with IMEI MAC sent over HTTP, Samsung Pay selling user data with no optout till now, Replicant devs discovering backdoors, Knox hardware blackbox with no idea what microcode it runs, certification from NSA even worrying, lockscreen and notification ads in OneUI, ads on Smart TVs, this all accounts to being quite shady company, but Blokada or NetGuard can mitigate it. Status: avoid for other brands if possible.
Xiaomi: They have quite a bit of telemetry in their MIUI skin, similar to Samsung. Now they have tracking in Incognito Mode in their Browser as well. Status: avoid unless you implement my guide properly.
OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo: They have considerably less telemetry and ads, better than Samsung and Xiaomi. But they will start doing the same thing as Realme which I will mention below soon. Status: potential but passable for now.
Realme: They are implementing ads into their UI, which will soon come to Oppo and Vivo phones too, a bit of an issue. This allows for telemetry and tracking concerns. Status: avoid if possible.
Google: In general an evil megacorp, Titan M security chip is self-claimed to be great on Pixels, but there is no way to verify if the microcode it contains is the same as that open sourced by Google. Having faith in Google's promise of their proprietary closed source chip being clean is like having faith in cyanide not killing a person. Moreover, they are known as:
  • NSA partner and collecting data and spy on users in googolplex capacity
  • AI used by US military for drone bombing in foreign countries based on metadata Google collects on smartphones
  • use dark patterns in their software to make users accept their TOS to spy
  • repeated lies about how their data collection works claiming anonymity
  • forcing users to use their Play Services which is spyware and scareware
  • monopolising the web and internet via AMP
  • use of non standard web browser libraries and known attempts to cripple lone standing ethical competitors like Firefox and Gecko web engine (now with Microsoft making their default Edge Chromium-based too)
TL;DR there is no summary, privacy is an indepth topic and you must take a couple of hours to go through this simple guide, as long as it looks it should clear all your concerns with smartphone privacy.
This is the best you can do without rooting or modding a phone, and it is working for me since almost a year now, personally tested and verified on my locked P30 Lite.
I have a history of rooting and modding phones, one being an Honor 6X before Huawei disabled unlocking policy, one being a Xiaomi and one being a Lenovo before that. Also, one Samsung Galaxy S2 long time ago.
Credit to w1nst0n for the Universal Android Debloater (authorised me to use his tool). Hope this guide serves as a great tool for any privacy seeker.
submitted by TheAnonymouseJoker to degoogle [link] [comments]


2020.08.08 13:24 TheAnonymouseJoker Smartphone Hardening non-root Guide 2.0 (for normal people)

NOTE (June) 15/06/2020: r_privacy moderator trai_dep revengefully deleted my highly gilded 1.0 guide post before.
UPDATED 16/8/2020: Major edit, replaced closed source App Ops and Shizuku with AppOpsX (Free Open source) on F-Droid. This guide is nearly FOSS supported now.
UPDATED 17/9/2020: MAJOR EDIT, replaced closed source Access Dots with Privacy Indicator (FOSS) on Izzy's F-Droid repo. This guide is completely FOSS.
Hello! I am the founder of /privatelife . Finally my smartphone non root guide is back, and there are some big upgrades. I was taking time to test everything myself on my daily driver, so apologies for keeping everyone in the wait, but stability and ease of use is the important goal to strive in my playbook. Privacy must be accessible to maximum amount of people without being annoying or tedious.
A kind request to share this guide to any privacy seeker.

User and device requirement

Why not Apple devices?

iPhone does not allow you to have privacy due to its blackbox nature, and is simply a false marketing assurance by Apple to you. Recently, an unpatchable hardware flaw was discovered in Apple's T1 and T2 "security" chips, rendering Apple devices critically vulnerable.
17/9/2020: Apple gave the FBI access to the iCloud account of a protester accused of setting police cars on fire.
Also, they recently dropped plan for encrypting iCloud backups after FBI complained. They also collect and sell data quite a lot. Siri still records conversations 9 months after Apple promised not to do it. Apple Mail app is vulnerable, yet Apple stays in denial.
Also, Apple sells certificates to third-party developers that allow them to track users, The San Ferdandino shooter publicity stunt was completely fraudulent, and Louis Rossmann dismantled Apple's PR stunt "repair program".
Also, Android's open source nature is starting to pay off in the long run. Apple 0-day exploits are far cheaper to do than Android.

LET'S GO!!!

ALL users must follow these steps before "for nerdy users" section.
Firstly, if your device is filled to the brim or used for long time, I recommend backing up your data and factory resetting for clean slate start.
NOTE: Samsung users will lose Samsung Pay, as Samsung has been caught and declares they sell this data: https://www.sammobile.com/news/samsung-pay-new-privacy-policy-your-data-sold/
  • Make DIY camera covers, for front camera notch use a tiny appropriate-sized thin opaque plastic cutout and use an invisible tape to stick it in place, replace every month (cost: tape roll and one minute of your time per month). My rear camera cover
  • Install F-Droid app store from here
  • Install NetGuard app firewall (see NOTE) from F-Droid and set it up with [privacy based DNS like Uncensored DNS or Tenta DNS or AdGuard DNS]
NOTE: NetGuard with Energized Ultimate HOSTS file with any one of the above mentioned DNS providers is the ultimate solution.
NOTE: Set DNS provider address in Settings -> Advanced settings --> VPN IPv4, IPv6 and DNS
  • In F-Droid store, open Repositories via the 3 dot menu on top right and add the following links below:
  1. https://rfc2822.gitlab.io/fdroid-firefox/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=8F992BBBA0340EFE6299C7A410B36D9C8889114CA6C58013C3587CDA411B4AED
  2. https://apt.izzysoft.de/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=3BF0D6ABFEAE2F401707B6D966BE743BF0EEE49C2561B9BA39073711F628937A
  3. https://guardianproject.info/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=B7C2EEFD8DAC7806AF67DFCD92EB18126BC08312A7F2D6F3862E46013C7A6135
Go back to F-Droid store home screen, and hit the update button beside the 3 dot menu.

LIST OF APPS TO GET

  • Get Firefox Beta web browser from F-Droid (install uBlock Origin addon inside (if technically advanced, try doing this)). Also get Firefox Klar if you like a separate incognito browser.
  • Get Aurora Store from F-Droid for apps from Play Store without actually using Play Store, use Anonymous option to sign in
  • for 3rd party APKs source them only from APKMirror OR APKPure OR APKMonk, quite trusted, BUT TRY AND AVOID IT IF POSSIBLE
  • Get Privacy Indicator from F-Droid for iOS 14 like camera/mic dot indicator feature
  • Get OSMAnd+ from F-Droid or Qwant Maps inside web browser for maps and/or print physical maps if you live and travel in one or two states or districts.
NOTE: Qwant Maps has better search results than OSMAnd+
  • Get PilferShush Jammer from F-Droid to block microphone (use this in malls, restaurants or such public places if you can to prevent beacon tracking)
  • Get OpenBoard (user friendly) OR AnySoftKeyboard (nerd friendly) from F-Droid instead of Google GBoard, Microsoft SwiftKey et al, they are closed source keylogger USA spyware
  • Get FTP Server (Free) from F-Droid and FileZilla on computer for computer-to-phone internet less file sharing
NOTE: for phone-computer sync or sharing, can TRY KDE Connect, available for Android, Windows, Linux
  • Get TrebleShot instead of SHAREIt for phone to phone file sharing
  • Get K-9 Mail or FairEmail as e-mail client
  • Get NewPipe for YouTube watching, or YouTube in Firefox Preview/Klar
  • Get QKSMS from F-Droid as SMS client app
  • Get Shelter from F-Droid to sandbox potential apps that you must use (eg WhatsApp or Discord or Signal)
  • Get SuperFreezZ from F-Droid to freeze any apps from running in background
  • Get Librera Pro from F-Droid for PDF reader
  • Get ImgurViewer from F-Droid for opening reddit/imguother image links without invasive tracking
  • Get InstaGrabber from F-Droid for opening Instagram profiles or pictures without invasive tracking (seems like a revived fork is here, thanks u/sad_plan )
  • Get GreenTooth from F-Droid to set Bluetooth to disable after you have used it
  • Get Material Files or Simple File Manager from F-Droid for file manager app
  • Get ImagePipe from F-Droid if you share lot of pictures, and want to clear EXIF metadata snooping (often photos contain phone model, location, time, date)
  • Get Note Crypt Pro from F-Droid for encrypted note taking app
  • Get Vinyl Music Player from F-Droid for music player
  • Get VLC from F-Droid for video player

CRITICAL FOR CLIPBOARD, LOCATION AND OTHER APP FUNCTION BLOCKING

I would say this is one of the critical improvements in my guide, and will solve the problem of clipboard and coarse location snooping among other things.
AppOpsX is a free, open source app that allows to manage granular app permissions not visible normally, with the help of ADB authorisation without root. This app can finely control what granular information apps can access on your phone, which is not shown in app permissions regularly accessible to us.
Now that you would have set up your phone with installing apps, now is a good time to perform this procedure.
Step 1: Install AppOpsX from F-Droid. (https://f-droid.org/en/packages/com.zzzmode.appopsx/)
Step 2: Plug phone to computer, and enable USB debugging in Settings --> Developer Options (you probably already did this in the starting of the guide)
Step 3: Keep phone plugged into computer until the end of this procedure! Open AppOpsX app.
Step 4: On computer, type commands in order:
adb devices
adb tcpip 5555
adb shell sh /sdcard/Android/data/com.zzzmode.appopsx/opsx.sh &
Step 5: Now open "AppOpsX" app, and:
  • disable "read clipboard" for apps except your messengers, notepad, office suite, virtual keyboard, clipboard monitor apps et al.
NOTE: Most apps that have text field to copy/paste text require this permission.
  • disable "modify clipboard" for every app except for your virtual keyboard or office suite app or clipboard monitostack special apps.
  • disable "GPS", "precise location", "approximate location" and "coarse location" for every app except your maps app (Firefox and OSMAnd+)
  • disable "calendar" for every app except your calendar and email app
  • disable "read contacts", "modify contacts" and "get contacts" for every app except your "Phone", "Phone Services", "Phone/Messaging Storage", contacts and messenger apps
  • disable all "send/receive/view messages" permissions for every app except "Phone", "Phone Services", "Phone/Messaging Storage", QKSMS, contacts, dialler and messenger apps
  • disable "body sensors" and "recognise physical activity" for every app except games needing gyroscope, or any compass dependent app like camera or bubble leveling app
  • disable "camera" for every app except your camera and messenger apps
  • disable "record audio" for every app except camera, recorder, dialler and messenger apps
  • disable all "Phone" permissions for apps except your SMS app (like QKSMS) and Contacts, Dialler and call recorder apps
  • disable "change WiFi state" for every app except file sharing apps (like TrebleShot)
  • disable "display over other apps" for any third party app not from F-Droid
  • disable "read storage" and "write storage" for apps except file manager, file sharing app and messenger apps
  • enable all permissions for "Phone", "Phone Services" and "Phone/Messaging Storage" system apps, critical for cell radio calling and sending SMS
Step 6: Profit! Now you can plug off phone from computer.
NOTE: Remember to use AppOpsX everytime you install a new app outside of F-Droid store, which is done not too often by people.

FOR NERDY USERS

  • Get App Manager from Izzy's F-Droid repo (here) to inspect app's manifest, trackers, activities, receivers, services and even signatures via Exodus Privacy built-in, all without root
  • Get Warden from Izzy's F-Droid repo (here) for checking loggers (rest app is inferior to App Manager)

HOW TO USE NETGUARD

By default, all apps will be blacklisted from WiFi and mobile data access.
If not, go to Settings via 3 dot menu --> Defaults (white/blacklist) --> Toggle on "Block WiFi", "Block mobile" and "Block roaming"
Whitelist your web browsers, messengers (WhatsApp, Zoom et al), file sharing apps, download managers, "Aurora Store" app and any game if needs internet and give them WiFi and mobile data access.
Also, whitelist "Downloads" and "Download Manager" as these are system apps that allow web browsers and other apps without built-in downloader to download files. Whitelisting this will keep apps and system stable.

WHICH PHONE BRANDS ARE GOOD AND BAD? (FACTS)

Now we will need to evaluate what manufacturers are relatively safe, no appeasing, I will be blunt. I will make tier lists to help. I will give explanation for each, so read before jumping with pitchforks.
NOTE: If you have anti-Chinese political allergy, kindly read facts, or choose the other non-Chinese options listed.
Tier 1: Huawei/Honor, Asus, Nokia, Motorola, Sony, LG, FairPhone
Tier 2: Samsung, OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, Realme
Tier NOPE NOT AT ALL: Google
FairPhone: Clean software, ethical, recyclable components, good phone but bit extra price for midrange hardware. Status: good.
Huawei: (still no evidence by US government after one year of market protectionism ban, contrary to what Sinophobic US propaganda and condemned joke research papers (refer to this for why), may make you believe, all countries except US, Australia, Japan and UK are allowing them for 5G participation, there is absolutely ZERO EVIDENCE against specifically Huawei (does not count other Chinese companies), earlier ironically audited by UK GCHQ to be safe and on any of their global devices, to date there has been no telemetry found IFF you do NOT use Huawei ID account or Huawei AppGallery store (as instructed above). I have an OpenKirin rooted unlocked Honor 6X, and now a locked P30 Lite to confirm this.
If Huawei's CEO is a former PLA technician, so do plenty US companies. What does it prove?
NOTE: Real reason for this propaganda ban is USA could not monopolise 5G unlike it did 4G, and so they are playing their cards to put China out of commission. And Huawei did not steal 5G from USA, since USA does not even have a proper 5G vendor yet.
To add, for the rest of world outside China it is better to own a device from a country which has no jurisdiction over them, and you can use their phones without Huawei and Google accounts very safely. BONUS: baseband modem not associated with NSA. Also, good cameras, battery, display and performance in general. Status: good.
Asus, Sony, Motorola: their software is nearly stock, and as such quite beneficial and peace of mind assuring. Status: good.
LG: less stock-y software, still good. Good cameras. display too. Status: good.
Nokia: a bit of skepticism here with them helping spy with nexus with Russia's MTS and recently found Chinese telemetry as well, but nothing that NetGuard cannot stop by blocking domains via HOSTS from interacting with your device. Status: Potential issues, can be mitigated.
Samsung: Multiple issues with Qihoo 360 on phones with IMEI MAC sent over HTTP, Samsung Pay selling user data with no optout till now, Replicant devs discovering backdoors, Knox hardware blackbox with no idea what microcode it runs, certification from NSA even worrying, lockscreen and notification ads in OneUI, ads on Smart TVs, this all accounts to being quite shady company, but Blokada or NetGuard can mitigate it. Status: avoid for other brands if possible.
Xiaomi: They have quite a bit of telemetry in their MIUI skin, similar to Samsung. Now they have tracking in Incognito Mode in their Browser as well. Status: avoid unless you implement my guide properly.
OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo: They have considerably less telemetry and ads, better than Samsung and Xiaomi. But they will start doing the same thing as Realme which I will mention below soon. Status: potential but passable for now.
Realme: They are implementing ads into their UI, which will soon come to Oppo and Vivo phones too, a bit of an issue. This allows for telemetry and tracking concerns. Status: avoid if possible.
Google: In general an evil megacorp, Titan M security chip is self-claimed to be great on Pixels, but there is no way to verify if the microcode it contains is the same as that open sourced by Google. Having faith in Google's promise of their proprietary closed source chip being clean is like having faith in cyanide not killing a person. Moreover, they are known as:
  • NSA partner and collecting data and spy on users in googolplex capacity
  • AI used by US military for drone bombing in foreign countries based on metadata Google collects on smartphones
  • use dark patterns in their software to make users accept their TOS to spy
  • repeated lies about how their data collection works claiming anonymity
  • forcing users to use their Play Services which is spyware and scareware
  • monopolising the web and internet via AMP
  • use of non standard web browser libraries and known attempts to cripple lone standing ethical competitors like Firefox and Gecko web engine (now with Microsoft making their default Edge Chromium-based too)
TL;DR there is no summary, privacy is an indepth topic and you must take a couple of hours to go through this simple guide, as long as it looks it should clear all your concerns with smartphone privacy.
This is the best you can do without rooting or modding a phone, and it is working for me since almost a year now, personally tested and verified on my locked P30 Lite.
I have a history of rooting and modding phones, one being an Honor 6X before Huawei disabled unlocking policy, one being a Xiaomi and one being a Lenovo before that. Also, one Samsung Galaxy S2 long time ago.
Credit to w1nst0n for the Universal Android Debloater (authorised me to use his tool). Hope this guide serves as a great tool for any privacy seeker.
submitted by TheAnonymouseJoker to opensource [link] [comments]


2020.08.08 13:22 TheAnonymouseJoker Smartphone Hardening non-root Guide 2.0 (for normal people)

NOTE (June) 15/06/2020: r_privacy moderator trai_dep revengefully deleted my highly gilded 1.0 guide post before.
UPDATED 16/8/2020: Major edit, replaced closed source App Ops and Shizuku with AppOpsX (Free Open source) on F-Droid. This guide is nearly FOSS supported now.
UPDATED 17/9/2020: MAJOR EDIT, replaced closed source Access Dots with Privacy Indicator (FOSS) on Izzy's F-Droid repo. This guide is completely FOSS.
Hello! I am the founder of /privatelife . Finally my smartphone non root guide is back, and there are some big upgrades. I was taking time to test everything myself on my daily driver, so apologies for keeping everyone in the wait, but stability and ease of use is the important goal to strive in my playbook. Privacy must be accessible to maximum amount of people without being annoying or tedious.
A kind request to share this guide to any privacy seeker.

User and device requirement

Why not Apple devices?

iPhone does not allow you to have privacy due to its blackbox nature, and is simply a false marketing assurance by Apple to you. Recently, an unpatchable hardware flaw was discovered in Apple's T1 and T2 "security" chips, rendering Apple devices critically vulnerable.
17/9/2020: Apple gave the FBI access to the iCloud account of a protester accused of setting police cars on fire.
Also, they recently dropped plan for encrypting iCloud backups after FBI complained. They also collect and sell data quite a lot. Siri still records conversations 9 months after Apple promised not to do it. Apple Mail app is vulnerable, yet Apple stays in denial.
Also, Apple sells certificates to third-party developers that allow them to track users, The San Ferdandino shooter publicity stunt was completely fraudulent, and Louis Rossmann dismantled Apple's PR stunt "repair program".
Also, Android's open source nature is starting to pay off in the long run. Apple 0-day exploits are far cheaper to do than Android.

LET'S GO!!!

ALL users must follow these steps before "for nerdy users" section.
Firstly, if your device is filled to the brim or used for long time, I recommend backing up your data and factory resetting for clean slate start.
NOTE: Samsung users will lose Samsung Pay, as Samsung has been caught and declares they sell this data: https://www.sammobile.com/news/samsung-pay-new-privacy-policy-your-data-sold/
  • Make DIY camera covers, for front camera notch use a tiny appropriate-sized thin opaque plastic cutout and use an invisible tape to stick it in place, replace every month (cost: tape roll and one minute of your time per month). My rear camera cover
  • Install F-Droid app store from here
  • Install NetGuard app firewall (see NOTE) from F-Droid and set it up with [privacy based DNS like Uncensored DNS or Tenta DNS or AdGuard DNS]
NOTE: NetGuard with Energized Ultimate HOSTS file with any one of the above mentioned DNS providers is the ultimate solution.
NOTE: Set DNS provider address in Settings -> Advanced settings --> VPN IPv4, IPv6 and DNS
  • In F-Droid store, open Repositories via the 3 dot menu on top right and add the following links below:
  1. https://rfc2822.gitlab.io/fdroid-firefox/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=8F992BBBA0340EFE6299C7A410B36D9C8889114CA6C58013C3587CDA411B4AED
  2. https://apt.izzysoft.de/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=3BF0D6ABFEAE2F401707B6D966BE743BF0EEE49C2561B9BA39073711F628937A
  3. https://guardianproject.info/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=B7C2EEFD8DAC7806AF67DFCD92EB18126BC08312A7F2D6F3862E46013C7A6135
Go back to F-Droid store home screen, and hit the update button beside the 3 dot menu.

LIST OF APPS TO GET

  • Get Firefox Beta web browser from F-Droid (install uBlock Origin addon inside (if technically advanced, try doing this)). Also get Firefox Klar if you like a separate incognito browser.
  • Get Aurora Store from F-Droid for apps from Play Store without actually using Play Store, use Anonymous option to sign in
  • for 3rd party APKs source them only from APKMirror OR APKPure OR APKMonk, quite trusted, BUT TRY AND AVOID IT IF POSSIBLE
  • Get Privacy Indicator from F-Droid for iOS 14 like camera/mic dot indicator feature
  • Get OSMAnd+ from F-Droid or Qwant Maps inside web browser for maps and/or print physical maps if you live and travel in one or two states or districts.
NOTE: Qwant Maps has better search results than OSMAnd+
  • Get PilferShush Jammer from F-Droid to block microphone (use this in malls, restaurants or such public places if you can to prevent beacon tracking)
  • Get OpenBoard (user friendly) OR AnySoftKeyboard (nerd friendly) from F-Droid instead of Google GBoard, Microsoft SwiftKey et al, they are closed source keylogger USA spyware
  • Get FTP Server (Free) from F-Droid and FileZilla on computer for computer-to-phone internet less file sharing
NOTE: for phone-computer sync or sharing, can TRY KDE Connect, available for Android, Windows, Linux
  • Get TrebleShot instead of SHAREIt for phone to phone file sharing
  • Get K-9 Mail or FairEmail as e-mail client
  • Get NewPipe for YouTube watching, or YouTube in Firefox Preview/Klar
  • Get QKSMS from F-Droid as SMS client app
  • Get Shelter from F-Droid to sandbox potential apps that you must use (eg WhatsApp or Discord or Signal)
  • Get SuperFreezZ from F-Droid to freeze any apps from running in background
  • Get Librera Pro from F-Droid for PDF reader
  • Get ImgurViewer from F-Droid for opening reddit/imguother image links without invasive tracking
  • Get InstaGrabber from F-Droid for opening Instagram profiles or pictures without invasive tracking (seems like a revived fork is here, thanks u/sad_plan )
  • Get GreenTooth from F-Droid to set Bluetooth to disable after you have used it
  • Get Material Files or Simple File Manager from F-Droid for file manager app
  • Get ImagePipe from F-Droid if you share lot of pictures, and want to clear EXIF metadata snooping (often photos contain phone model, location, time, date)
  • Get Note Crypt Pro from F-Droid for encrypted note taking app
  • Get Vinyl Music Player from F-Droid for music player
  • Get VLC from F-Droid for video player

CRITICAL FOR CLIPBOARD, LOCATION AND OTHER APP FUNCTION BLOCKING

I would say this is one of the critical improvements in my guide, and will solve the problem of clipboard and coarse location snooping among other things.
AppOpsX is a free, open source app that allows to manage granular app permissions not visible normally, with the help of ADB authorisation without root. This app can finely control what granular information apps can access on your phone, which is not shown in app permissions regularly accessible to us.
Now that you would have set up your phone with installing apps, now is a good time to perform this procedure.
Step 1: Install AppOpsX from F-Droid. (https://f-droid.org/en/packages/com.zzzmode.appopsx/)
Step 2: Plug phone to computer, and enable USB debugging in Settings --> Developer Options (you probably already did this in the starting of the guide)
Step 3: Keep phone plugged into computer until the end of this procedure! Open AppOpsX app.
Step 4: On computer, type commands in order:
adb devices
adb tcpip 5555
adb shell sh /sdcard/Android/data/com.zzzmode.appopsx/opsx.sh &
Step 5: Now open "AppOpsX" app, and:
  • disable "read clipboard" for apps except your messengers, notepad, office suite, virtual keyboard, clipboard monitor apps et al.
NOTE: Most apps that have text field to copy/paste text require this permission.
  • disable "modify clipboard" for every app except for your virtual keyboard or office suite app or clipboard monitostack special apps.
  • disable "GPS", "precise location", "approximate location" and "coarse location" for every app except your maps app (Firefox and OSMAnd+)
  • disable "calendar" for every app except your calendar and email app
  • disable "read contacts", "modify contacts" and "get contacts" for every app except your "Phone", "Phone Services", "Phone/Messaging Storage", contacts and messenger apps
  • disable all "send/receive/view messages" permissions for every app except "Phone", "Phone Services", "Phone/Messaging Storage", QKSMS, contacts, dialler and messenger apps
  • disable "body sensors" and "recognise physical activity" for every app except games needing gyroscope, or any compass dependent app like camera or bubble leveling app
  • disable "camera" for every app except your camera and messenger apps
  • disable "record audio" for every app except camera, recorder, dialler and messenger apps
  • disable all "Phone" permissions for apps except your SMS app (like QKSMS) and Contacts, Dialler and call recorder apps
  • disable "change WiFi state" for every app except file sharing apps (like TrebleShot)
  • disable "display over other apps" for any third party app not from F-Droid
  • disable "read storage" and "write storage" for apps except file manager, file sharing app and messenger apps
  • enable all permissions for "Phone", "Phone Services" and "Phone/Messaging Storage" system apps, critical for cell radio calling and sending SMS
Step 6: Profit! Now you can plug off phone from computer.
NOTE: Remember to use AppOpsX everytime you install a new app outside of F-Droid store, which is done not too often by people.

FOR NERDY USERS

  • Get App Manager from Izzy's F-Droid repo (here) to inspect app's manifest, trackers, activities, receivers, services and even signatures via Exodus Privacy built-in, all without root
  • Get Warden from Izzy's F-Droid repo (here) for checking loggers (rest app is inferior to App Manager)

HOW TO USE NETGUARD

By default, all apps will be blacklisted from WiFi and mobile data access.
If not, go to Settings via 3 dot menu --> Defaults (white/blacklist) --> Toggle on "Block WiFi", "Block mobile" and "Block roaming"
Whitelist your web browsers, messengers (WhatsApp, Zoom et al), file sharing apps, download managers, "Aurora Store" app and any game if needs internet and give them WiFi and mobile data access.
Also, whitelist "Downloads" and "Download Manager" as these are system apps that allow web browsers and other apps without built-in downloader to download files. Whitelisting this will keep apps and system stable.

WHICH PHONE BRANDS ARE GOOD AND BAD? (FACTS)

Now we will need to evaluate what manufacturers are relatively safe, no appeasing, I will be blunt. I will make tier lists to help. I will give explanation for each, so read before jumping with pitchforks.
NOTE: If you have anti-Chinese political allergy, kindly read facts, or choose the other non-Chinese options listed.
Tier 1: Huawei/Honor, Asus, Nokia, Motorola, Sony, LG, FairPhone
Tier 2: Samsung, OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, Realme
Tier NOPE NOT AT ALL: Google
FairPhone: Clean software, ethical, recyclable components, good phone but bit extra price for midrange hardware. Status: good.
Huawei: (still no evidence by US government after one year of market protectionism ban, contrary to what Sinophobic US propaganda and condemned joke research papers (refer to this for why), may make you believe, all countries except US, Australia, Japan and UK are allowing them for 5G participation, there is absolutely ZERO EVIDENCE against specifically Huawei (does not count other Chinese companies), earlier ironically audited by UK GCHQ to be safe and on any of their global devices, to date there has been no telemetry found IFF you do NOT use Huawei ID account or Huawei AppGallery store (as instructed above). I have an OpenKirin rooted unlocked Honor 6X, and now a locked P30 Lite to confirm this.
If Huawei's CEO is a former PLA technician, so do plenty US companies. What does it prove?
NOTE: Real reason for this propaganda ban is USA could not monopolise 5G unlike it did 4G, and so they are playing their cards to put China out of commission. And Huawei did not steal 5G from USA, since USA does not even have a proper 5G vendor yet.
To add, for the rest of world outside China it is better to own a device from a country which has no jurisdiction over them, and you can use their phones without Huawei and Google accounts very safely. BONUS: baseband modem not associated with NSA. Also, good cameras, battery, display and performance in general. Status: good.
Asus, Sony, Motorola: their software is nearly stock, and as such quite beneficial and peace of mind assuring. Status: good.
LG: less stock-y software, still good. Good cameras. display too. Status: good.
Nokia: a bit of skepticism here with them helping spy with nexus with Russia's MTS and recently found Chinese telemetry as well, but nothing that NetGuard cannot stop by blocking domains via HOSTS from interacting with your device. Status: Potential issues, can be mitigated.
Samsung: Multiple issues with Qihoo 360 on phones with IMEI MAC sent over HTTP, Samsung Pay selling user data with no optout till now, Replicant devs discovering backdoors, Knox hardware blackbox with no idea what microcode it runs, certification from NSA even worrying, lockscreen and notification ads in OneUI, ads on Smart TVs, this all accounts to being quite shady company, but Blokada or NetGuard can mitigate it. Status: avoid for other brands if possible.
Xiaomi: They have quite a bit of telemetry in their MIUI skin, similar to Samsung. Now they have tracking in Incognito Mode in their Browser as well. Status: avoid unless you implement my guide properly.
OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo: They have considerably less telemetry and ads, better than Samsung and Xiaomi. But they will start doing the same thing as Realme which I will mention below soon. Status: potential but passable for now.
Realme: They are implementing ads into their UI, which will soon come to Oppo and Vivo phones too, a bit of an issue. This allows for telemetry and tracking concerns. Status: avoid if possible.
Google: In general an evil megacorp, Titan M security chip is self-claimed to be great on Pixels, but there is no way to verify if the microcode it contains is the same as that open sourced by Google. Having faith in Google's promise of their proprietary closed source chip being clean is like having faith in cyanide not killing a person. Moreover, they are known as:
  • NSA partner and collecting data and spy on users in googolplex capacity
  • AI used by US military for drone bombing in foreign countries based on metadata Google collects on smartphones
  • use dark patterns in their software to make users accept their TOS to spy
  • repeated lies about how their data collection works claiming anonymity
  • forcing users to use their Play Services which is spyware and scareware
  • monopolising the web and internet via AMP
  • use of non standard web browser libraries and known attempts to cripple lone standing ethical competitors like Firefox and Gecko web engine (now with Microsoft making their default Edge Chromium-based too)
TL;DR there is no summary, privacy is an indepth topic and you must take a couple of hours to go through this simple guide, as long as it looks it should clear all your concerns with smartphone privacy.
This is the best you can do without rooting or modding a phone, and it is working for me since almost a year now, personally tested and verified on my locked P30 Lite.
I have a history of rooting and modding phones, one being an Honor 6X before Huawei disabled unlocking policy, one being a Xiaomi and one being a Lenovo before that. Also, one Samsung Galaxy S2 long time ago.
Credit to w1nst0n for the Universal Android Debloater (authorised me to use his tool). Hope this guide serves as a great tool for any privacy seeker.
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2020.08.08 13:19 TheAnonymouseJoker Smartphone Hardening non-root Guide 2.0 (for normal people)

NOTE (June) 15/06/2020: r_privacy moderator trai_dep revengefully deleted my highly gilded 1.0 guide post before.
UPDATED 16/8/2020: Major edit, replaced closed source App Ops and Shizuku with AppOpsX (Free Open source) on F-Droid. This guide is nearly FOSS supported now.
UPDATED 17/9/2020: MAJOR EDIT, replaced closed source Access Dots with Privacy Indicator (FOSS) on Izzy's F-Droid repo. This guide is completely FOSS.
Hello! Finally my smartphone non root guide is back, and there are some big upgrades. I was taking time to test everything myself on my daily driver, so apologies for keeping everyone in the wait, but stability and ease of use is the important goal to strive in my playbook. Privacy must be accessible to maximum amount of people without being annoying or tedious.
A kind request to share this guide to any privacy seeker.

User and device requirement

Why not Apple devices?

iPhone does not allow you to have privacy due to its blackbox nature, and is simply a false marketing assurance by Apple to you. Recently, an unpatchable hardware flaw was discovered in Apple's T1 and T2 "security" chips, rendering Apple devices critically vulnerable.
17/9/2020: Apple gave the FBI access to the iCloud account of a protester accused of setting police cars on fire.
Also, they recently dropped plan for encrypting iCloud backups after FBI complained. They also collect and sell data quite a lot. Siri still records conversations 9 months after Apple promised not to do it. Apple Mail app is vulnerable, yet Apple stays in denial.
Also, Apple sells certificates to third-party developers that allow them to track users, The San Ferdandino shooter publicity stunt was completely fraudulent, and Louis Rossmann dismantled Apple's PR stunt "repair program".
Also, Android's open source nature is starting to pay off in the long run. Apple 0-day exploits are far cheaper to do than Android.

LET'S GO!!!

ALL users must follow these steps before "for nerdy users" section.
Firstly, if your device is filled to the brim or used for long time, I recommend backing up your data and factory resetting for clean slate start.
NOTE: Samsung users will lose Samsung Pay, as Samsung has been caught and declares they sell this data: https://www.sammobile.com/news/samsung-pay-new-privacy-policy-your-data-sold/
  • Make DIY camera covers, for front camera notch use a tiny appropriate-sized thin opaque plastic cutout and use an invisible tape to stick it in place, replace every month (cost: tape roll and one minute of your time per month). My rear camera cover
  • Install F-Droid app store from here
  • Install NetGuard app firewall (see NOTE) from F-Droid and set it up with [privacy based DNS like Uncensored DNS or Tenta DNS or AdGuard DNS]
NOTE: NetGuard with Energized Ultimate HOSTS file with any one of the above mentioned DNS providers is the ultimate solution.
NOTE: Set DNS provider address in Settings -> Advanced settings --> VPN IPv4, IPv6 and DNS
  • In F-Droid store, open Repositories via the 3 dot menu on top right and add the following links below:
  1. https://rfc2822.gitlab.io/fdroid-firefox/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=8F992BBBA0340EFE6299C7A410B36D9C8889114CA6C58013C3587CDA411B4AED
  2. https://apt.izzysoft.de/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=3BF0D6ABFEAE2F401707B6D966BE743BF0EEE49C2561B9BA39073711F628937A
  3. https://guardianproject.info/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=B7C2EEFD8DAC7806AF67DFCD92EB18126BC08312A7F2D6F3862E46013C7A6135
Go back to F-Droid store home screen, and hit the update button beside the 3 dot menu.

LIST OF APPS TO GET

  • Get Firefox Beta web browser from F-Droid (install uBlock Origin addon inside (if technically advanced, try doing this)). Also get Firefox Klar if you like a separate incognito browser.
  • Get Aurora Store from F-Droid for apps from Play Store without actually using Play Store, use Anonymous option to sign in
  • for 3rd party APKs source them only from APKMirror OR APKPure OR APKMonk, quite trusted, BUT TRY AND AVOID IT IF POSSIBLE
  • Get Privacy Indicator from F-Droid for iOS 14 like camera/mic dot indicator feature
  • Get OSMAnd+ from F-Droid or Qwant Maps inside web browser for maps and/or print physical maps if you live and travel in one or two states or districts.
NOTE: Qwant Maps has better search results than OSMAnd+
  • Get PilferShush Jammer from F-Droid to block microphone (use this in malls, restaurants or such public places if you can to prevent beacon tracking)
  • Get OpenBoard (user friendly) OR AnySoftKeyboard (nerd friendly) from F-Droid instead of Google GBoard, Microsoft SwiftKey et al, they are closed source keylogger USA spyware
  • Get FTP Server (Free) from F-Droid and FileZilla on computer for computer-to-phone internet less file sharing
NOTE: for phone-computer sync or sharing, can TRY KDE Connect, available for Android, Windows, Linux
  • Get TrebleShot instead of SHAREIt for phone to phone file sharing
  • Get K-9 Mail or FairEmail as e-mail client
  • Get NewPipe for YouTube watching, or YouTube in Firefox Preview/Klar
  • Get QKSMS from F-Droid as SMS client app
  • Get Shelter from F-Droid to sandbox potential apps that you must use (eg WhatsApp or Discord or Signal)
  • Get SuperFreezZ from F-Droid to freeze any apps from running in background
  • Get Librera Pro from F-Droid for PDF reader
  • Get ImgurViewer from F-Droid for opening reddit/imguother image links without invasive tracking
  • Get InstaGrabber from F-Droid for opening Instagram profiles or pictures without invasive tracking (seems like a revived fork is here, thanks u/sad_plan )
  • Get GreenTooth from F-Droid to set Bluetooth to disable after you have used it
  • Get Material Files or Simple File Manager from F-Droid for file manager app
  • Get ImagePipe from F-Droid if you share lot of pictures, and want to clear EXIF metadata snooping (often photos contain phone model, location, time, date)
  • Get Note Crypt Pro from F-Droid for encrypted note taking app
  • Get Vinyl Music Player from F-Droid for music player
  • Get VLC from F-Droid for video player

CRITICAL FOR CLIPBOARD, LOCATION AND OTHER APP FUNCTION BLOCKING

I would say this is one of the critical improvements in my guide, and will solve the problem of clipboard and coarse location snooping among other things.
AppOpsX is a free, open source app that allows to manage granular app permissions not visible normally, with the help of ADB authorisation without root. This app can finely control what granular information apps can access on your phone, which is not shown in app permissions regularly accessible to us.
Now that you would have set up your phone with installing apps, now is a good time to perform this procedure.
Step 1: Install AppOpsX from F-Droid. (https://f-droid.org/en/packages/com.zzzmode.appopsx/)
Step 2: Plug phone to computer, and enable USB debugging in Settings --> Developer Options (you probably already did this in the starting of the guide)
Step 3: Keep phone plugged into computer until the end of this procedure! Open AppOpsX app.
Step 4: On computer, type commands in order:
adb devices
adb tcpip 5555
adb shell sh /sdcard/Android/data/com.zzzmode.appopsx/opsx.sh &
Step 5: Now open "AppOpsX" app, and:
  • disable "read clipboard" for apps except your messengers, notepad, office suite, virtual keyboard, clipboard monitor apps et al.
NOTE: Most apps that have text field to copy/paste text require this permission.
  • disable "modify clipboard" for every app except for your virtual keyboard or office suite app or clipboard monitostack special apps.
  • disable "GPS", "precise location", "approximate location" and "coarse location" for every app except your maps app (Firefox and OSMAnd+)
  • disable "calendar" for every app except your calendar and email app
  • disable "read contacts", "modify contacts" and "get contacts" for every app except your "Phone", "Phone Services", "Phone/Messaging Storage", contacts and messenger apps
  • disable all "send/receive/view messages" permissions for every app except "Phone", "Phone Services", "Phone/Messaging Storage", QKSMS, contacts, dialler and messenger apps
  • disable "body sensors" and "recognise physical activity" for every app except games needing gyroscope, or any compass dependent app like camera or bubble leveling app
  • disable "camera" for every app except your camera and messenger apps
  • disable "record audio" for every app except camera, recorder, dialler and messenger apps
  • disable all "Phone" permissions for apps except your SMS app (like QKSMS) and Contacts, Dialler and call recorder apps
  • disable "change WiFi state" for every app except file sharing apps (like TrebleShot)
  • disable "display over other apps" for any third party app not from F-Droid
  • disable "read storage" and "write storage" for apps except file manager, file sharing app and messenger apps
  • enable all permissions for "Phone", "Phone Services" and "Phone/Messaging Storage" system apps, critical for cell radio calling and sending SMS
Step 6: Profit! Now you can plug off phone from computer.
NOTE: Remember to use AppOpsX everytime you install a new app outside of F-Droid store, which is done not too often by people.

FOR NERDY USERS

  • Get App Manager from Izzy's F-Droid repo (here) to inspect app's manifest, trackers, activities, receivers, services and even signatures via Exodus Privacy built-in, all without root
  • Get Warden from Izzy's F-Droid repo (here) for checking loggers (rest app is inferior to App Manager)

HOW TO USE NETGUARD

By default, all apps will be blacklisted from WiFi and mobile data access.
If not, go to Settings via 3 dot menu --> Defaults (white/blacklist) --> Toggle on "Block WiFi", "Block mobile" and "Block roaming"
Whitelist your web browsers, messengers (WhatsApp, Zoom et al), file sharing apps, download managers, "Aurora Store" app and any game if needs internet and give them WiFi and mobile data access.
Also, whitelist "Downloads" and "Download Manager" as these are system apps that allow web browsers and other apps without built-in downloader to download files. Whitelisting this will keep apps and system stable.

WHICH PHONE BRANDS ARE GOOD AND BAD? (FACTS)

Now we will need to evaluate what manufacturers are relatively safe, no appeasing, I will be blunt. I will make tier lists to help. I will give explanation for each, so read before jumping with pitchforks.
NOTE: If you have anti-Chinese political allergy, kindly read facts, or choose the other non-Chinese options listed.
Tier 1: Huawei/Honor, Asus, Nokia, Motorola, Sony, LG, FairPhone
Tier 2: Samsung, OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, Realme
Tier NOPE NOT AT ALL: Google
FairPhone: Clean software, ethical, recyclable components, good phone but bit extra price for midrange hardware. Status: good.
Huawei: (still no evidence by US government after one year of market protectionism ban, contrary to what Sinophobic US propaganda and condemned joke research papers (refer to this for why), may make you believe, all countries except US, Australia, Japan and UK are allowing them for 5G participation, there is absolutely ZERO EVIDENCE against specifically Huawei (does not count other Chinese companies), earlier ironically audited by UK GCHQ to be safe and on any of their global devices, to date there has been no telemetry found IFF you do NOT use Huawei ID account or Huawei AppGallery store (as instructed above). I have an OpenKirin rooted unlocked Honor 6X, and now a locked P30 Lite to confirm this.
If Huawei's CEO is a former PLA technician, so do plenty US companies. What does it prove?
NOTE: Real reason for this propaganda ban is USA could not monopolise 5G unlike it did 4G, and so they are playing their cards to put China out of commission. And Huawei did not steal 5G from USA, since USA does not even have a proper 5G vendor yet.
To add, for the rest of world outside China it is better to own a device from a country which has no jurisdiction over them, and you can use their phones without Huawei and Google accounts very safely. BONUS: baseband modem not associated with NSA. Also, good cameras, battery, display and performance in general. Status: good.
Asus, Sony, Motorola: their software is nearly stock, and as such quite beneficial and peace of mind assuring. Status: good.
LG: less stock-y software, still good. Good cameras. display too. Status: good.
Nokia: a bit of skepticism here with them helping spy with nexus with Russia's MTS and recently found Chinese telemetry as well, but nothing that NetGuard cannot stop by blocking domains via HOSTS from interacting with your device. Status: Potential issues, can be mitigated.
Samsung: Multiple issues with Qihoo 360 on phones with IMEI MAC sent over HTTP, Samsung Pay selling user data with no optout till now, Replicant devs discovering backdoors, Knox hardware blackbox with no idea what microcode it runs, certification from NSA even worrying, lockscreen and notification ads in OneUI, ads on Smart TVs, this all accounts to being quite shady company, but Blokada or NetGuard can mitigate it. Status: avoid for other brands if possible.
Xiaomi: They have quite a bit of telemetry in their MIUI skin, similar to Samsung. Now they have tracking in Incognito Mode in their Browser as well. Status: avoid unless you implement my guide properly.
OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo: They have considerably less telemetry and ads, better than Samsung and Xiaomi. But they will start doing the same thing as Realme which I will mention below soon. Status: potential but passable for now.
Realme: They are implementing ads into their UI, which will soon come to Oppo and Vivo phones too, a bit of an issue. This allows for telemetry and tracking concerns. Status: avoid if possible.
Google: In general an evil megacorp, Titan M security chip is self-claimed to be great on Pixels, but there is no way to verify if the microcode it contains is the same as that open sourced by Google. Having faith in Google's promise of their proprietary closed source chip being clean is like having faith in cyanide not killing a person. Moreover, they are known as:
  • NSA partner and collecting data and spy on users in googolplex capacity
  • AI used by US military for drone bombing in foreign countries based on metadata Google collects on smartphones
  • use dark patterns in their software to make users accept their TOS to spy
  • repeated lies about how their data collection works claiming anonymity
  • forcing users to use their Play Services which is spyware and scareware
  • monopolising the web and internet via AMP
  • use of non standard web browser libraries and known attempts to cripple lone standing ethical competitors like Firefox and Gecko web engine (now with Microsoft making their default Edge Chromium-based too)
TL;DR there is no summary, privacy is an indepth topic and you must take a couple of hours to go through this simple guide, as long as it looks it should clear all your concerns with smartphone privacy.
This is the best you can do without rooting or modding a phone, and it is working for me since almost a year now, personally tested and verified on my locked P30 Lite.
I have a history of rooting and modding phones, one being an Honor 6X before Huawei disabled unlocking policy, one being a Xiaomi and one being a Lenovo before that. Also, one Samsung Galaxy S2 long time ago.
Credit to w1nst0n for the Universal Android Debloater (authorised me to use his tool). Hope this guide serves as a great tool for any privacy seeker.
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2018.04.12 10:26 frajen Mutek San Francisco 2018

Can't find it on the official site yet but picked them off here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/MUTEKSF/events/
I went last year in Montreal and had a lovely time. Probably won't make it out to everything this time since I won't be on vacation but probably will hit up Midway on Sunday. Highly recommend checking out party at the Mint, cool venue.
https://www.facebook.com/events/2067919630153040/
MUTEK.SF’s nighttime programming begins with Nocturne 1, held at storied North Beach venue Bimbo’s 365 Club. Draped in red velvet, Bimbos’ intimate stage will host a can’t-miss lineup showcasing the interplay between hip-hop, jazz, and techno.
Headlining is the first U.S. performance in over ten years from Galaxy 2 Galaxy, the 7-person “hi-tech jazz” live band from Detroit techno originators Underground Resistance, plus Oakland four-piece hip-hop improvisers Secret Sidewalk, L.A. beat scene stalwart DIBIA$E with visuals by EFFIXX, and Bay Area soul-funk DJ King Most.
https://www.facebook.com/events/210124516240507/
MUTEK San Francisco’s programming continues with A/Visions 2 at the historic Herbst Theatre, a beautiful Beaux-Arts venue home to many of the Bay Area’s premier cultural and performing arts organizations. We’re pushing the theatre into the future with three audiovisual works that will engage all five senses and then some: “Shiro” by the French-Japanese duo Nonotak, which fuses light and sound in geometric harmony; the U.S. premiere of “Three Pieces With Title” by Quebecois artists artificiel (aka Alexandre Burton and Julien Roy), which relies on an artist-built instrument merging cameras, synthesizers, acoustic instruments, computers, and projectors; and the U.S. premiere of “SpaceTime Helix” by Italian multidisciplinary artist Michela Pelusio, where quantum physics meets audiovisual experimentation.
https://www.facebook.com/events/334037837119141/
MUTEK San Francisco’s first night at Mezzanine showcases a full array of left-field club music, featuring the North American solo live premiere of legendary dub techno innovator Moritz von Oswald (Basic Channel, Maurizio, Rhythm & Sound); the West Coast debut of Equiknoxx, the Jamaican outfit reconfiguring dub and dancehall into new forms; Lee Gamble, a British artist exploring the outer reaches of drum’n’bass and jungle; the West Coast premiere of Japan’s Kyoka, who crafts minimal techno-pop with a glitchy edge; the live premiere of Mexico’s Debit, part of Distrito Federal culture-jamming crew NAAFI, with visuals by Giselle Zatonyl; and Only Now, a San Francisco artist who blends dancehall, kuduro, industrial, and experimental music into a new sound completely his own.
https://www.facebook.com/events/2019955854990984/
MUTEK.SF’s third A/Visions presentation highlights the futurist potential inherent in electronic music. Leading the bill is Canadian artist Tim Hecker, whose music, alien in its abstraction, seems not of this world — but is humanized by its rending emotional potency. Joining him are Woulg & Push 1 stop, two Quebecois media artists (Greg Debicki and Cadie Desbiens-Desmeules) who will perform “Interpolate A/V,” an immersive work that conjoins both performers and their networked computers with all-encompassing visuals and sound; and Austin Cesear, a San Francisco artist who crafts hazy, dub-inflected psychedelic ambient music.
https://www.facebook.com/events/161143264573791/
MUTEK.SF returns to Mezzanine with simultaneous programming occurring next door at the historic San Francisco Mint. In Mezzanine, techno legends collide with thrilling new voices. We’re thrilled to host the North American DEBUT of p:anorig, the live collaborative techno project from Luxembourg’s Francesco Tristano with Detroit techno originator Derrick May. Detroit electro pioneers Aux 88 are also on board; Germany’s Errorsmith and U.K. artist Perera Elsewhere, both debut live performances, will challenge expected forms while local duo Watkins / Peacock opens with gentle dub improvisation.
Minutes away, MUTEK.SF takes over the old San Francisco Mint, where the festival’s most high-octane programming is featured. Psychedelic techno-noise trailblazers Orphx and visual artist Diagraf lead the way, followed closely by one of techno’s most remarkable new voices, France’s rRoxymore, with visuals by Trece Cielos. Bay Area artists include Oakland’s Russell E.L. Butler and visual artist Ian Colon, plus San Francisco’s Bézier. In the Mint’s vaults, we’re showcasing several installation works, including “Teratogenesis” by Jonathan Beilin and Magnus Pind; “Strobe Piece” by Greg Zifcak; and “Aquarium” by Marpi.
https://www.facebook.com/events/443503819440906/
MUTEK San Francisco closes with Experience, a day-into-night extravaganza featuring two stages of music and a slew of interactive artworks throughout our partner venue The Midway. The festivities begin with four performances of lush ambient music inside Envelop SF, an immersive listening space within The Midway. The patio will soon light up as San Francisco’s Solar & C.L.A.W.S. start the party, followed by a live set from reclusive artist Convextion and DJ sets by contemporary electro leader 214 and Honey Soundsystem’s Jackie House. In Gods & Monsters inside The Midway, audiovisual performances by Article C, Braille & Chelley Sherman, and Foozool will give way to upbeat rhythms to end the festival on from 8ULENTINA, Siete Catorce & Pecco, Matias Aguayo, and Telefon Tel Aviv.
Numerous artworks will be stationed throughout The Midway, offering festivalgoers the chance to interact and explore. “Binary Garden 2” by Marpi and “Lux Aeterna” by Joey Verbeke and Yağmur Uyanık will fill the Gallery; “iAltar” by Brian Reinbolt, “Immersive Constructions” by Last Faith Studio, and “Chamber of Cerebral Geometry” by Craig Dorety will be located in the Artists’ Studios; and “Blueprint” by Joanie Lemercier and James Ginzburg will be showcased in the Lab.
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