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+  <head>
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+    <meta name="under-construction" content="true" />
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+    <title>Free Your Android! - FSFE</title>
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+    <link type="text/css" href="/campaigns/android/android.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen and (min-device-width:1280px) and (min-width:1200px)" />
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+    <meta name="cc-license" content="Portions of this page are 
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+		modifications based on work created and shared by Google and 
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+		used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 
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+		Attribution License. Android is a trademark of Google Inc." />
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+  </head>
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+  <body>
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+    
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+    <h1>Free Your Android!</h1>
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+		
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+      <div id="introduction">
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+        <div class="image" id="hello-free-droid">
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+          <img src="/campaigns/android/robot.png" alt="Liberated Android Robot" />
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+        </div>
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+        
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+        <p>
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+          Android is a <a
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+          href="http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/android-and-users-freedom.html"
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+          title="Android and Users' Freedom">mostly free</a> operating system
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+          mainly developed by Google. Unfortunately, the drivers for most
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+		  devices and most applications from the "market" are not
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+		  <a href="/about/basics/freesoftware.html" title="What is Free Software?">free as in freedom</a>.
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+		  They frequently work against the interest of the users,
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+		  spy on them and sometimes can not even be removed.
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+        </p>
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+        <p>
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+          This campaign can help you to <strong>regain control</strong>
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+          of your Android device and your data. It collects information about
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+          running an Android system as free as possible and tries to coordinate
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+          the efforts in this area. 
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+        </p>
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+      </div>
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+      
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+      <div id="subpages">
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+        <div class="half">
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+          <h3><a href="/campaigns/android/liberate.html">Regain control</a></h3>
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+		  <p>
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+		  Learn how to liberate your device and how to regain control of your data
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+		  by switching to a free Android operating system with free (as in freedom) apps.
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+		  We collected all the information necessary.
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+		  </p>
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+        </div>
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+        <div class="half last">
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+          <h3><a href="/campaigns/android/help.html">Contribute and Help Others</a></h3>
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+		  <p>
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+		  Liberating devices should be effortless, so everybody can enjoy freedom.
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+		  There are many ways you can help to achieve this goal,
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+		  even if you don't know how to program.
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+		  </p>
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+        </div>
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+        <div class="grid clean">&#160;</div> 
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+      </div>
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+      
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+	  <h2 id="Why">Why Your Mobile Device Needs To Be Free</h2>
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+
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+	  Mobile devices are small computers that we carry around all the time.
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+	  They know our current location and contain private pictures. We use
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+	  them to communicate with our friends, our family and maybe our secret
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+	  love. They also provide access to the internet and have built-in
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+	  camera and microphone. Being such powerful tools, they can bring great
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+	  risks to privacy, but at the same time we can achieve great things
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+	  with them: it depends on who controls them.
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+      
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+      <h3>Freedom and Control</h3>
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+      
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+      <p>
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+        Most mobile devices are not controlled by the users, but by the manufacturer
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+        and the operator. The software that runs on them is not Free Software.
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+        Even Android phones ship with non-free software and proprietary add-ons
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+        that usually do not work in the full interest of the user. Software
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+        updates will only be made available as long as the manufacturer still has a
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+        commercial interest in your device. The applications (apps) available
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+        from the official market are most of the time non-free. Nobody is
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+        allowed to study how they work and what they really do on your phone.
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+        Sometimes they just don't work exactly as you want, but sometimes they
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+        even contain malicious features.
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+      </p>
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+
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+      <p>
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+        Running only Free Software on your device puts you in full control. Even
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+        though you might not be able to directly exercise all of your freedom,
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+        you will benefit from a vibrant community that can do it together.
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+      </p>
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+      
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+      <h3>Privacy</h3>
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+      
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+      <p>
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+        Our mobile devices contain more personal information than most private
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+        diaries. But proprietary systems, even most Android phones, are designed
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+        to leave this data in control of companies like Google or Apple. Most
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+        users do not have full control over the personal data on their device.
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+        Convenient solutions for cloud-based synchronisation and data backup
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+        trick more and more people into storing all their data on centralised
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+        servers run by some commercial organisation. Whoever has personal
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+        information about us is able to manipulate us. Therefore non-free
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+        devices are a threat to democracy and our society. 
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+      </p>
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+      
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+      <p> 
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+        Privacy is one of the most important reasons to support Free Software.
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+        Proprietary add-ons like <a
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+        href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrier_IQ">Carrier IQ</a> spy on
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+        smart-phone users without their knowledge. Many apps from the market
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+        contain malicious features. They read your private data, such as 
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+		<a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2012/feb/15/apple-iphone-address-book-privacy"
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+		title="Apple faces US inquiry over iPhone address book privacy">your address book</a>
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+        and "phone home", or they use 
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+        <a href="https://code.google.com/apis/analytics/docs/mobile/android.html#overview">Google Analytics</a>
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+        to send data to Google. These are just examples that have been
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+        discovered so far. The lack of freedom impedes independent inspection
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+        and secret spy features only become known by accident.
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+      </p>
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+      <p>
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+        Most smart-phones require you to connect and identify yourself to a
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+        centralised server before you can use them properly. Users have to trust
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+        the server without knowing what information is stored and how it is
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+        processed or related to other data. A phone running only Free Software
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+        does not require you to provide data to an untrustworthy company or
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+        pressure you to do so - at least this is very unlikely, as the
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+        software's actions would be obvious and the community would be able to
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+        develop an alternative version. The convenience of "value-added"
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+        services that are often coupled with such connections can be provided
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+        using Free Software as well. This keeps you in control of your personal
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+        data, your diary remains in your possession. You can have the cake and
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+        eat it too.
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+      </p>
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+      
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+
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+      <h2>Other Related Initiatives</h2>
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+
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+      <p>
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+        Even though this campaign is about Android, there are other important
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+        initiatives that also have the goal to allow you using small mobile
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+        computers in freedom. There is the spiritual Openmoko continuation <a
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+        href="http://projects.goldelico.com/p/gta04-main/">GTA04 from Golden
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+        Delicious</a>. It builds a free phone without the need for proprietary
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+        drivers. The <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maemo">Maemo</a>/<a
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+        href="https://meego.com/">MeeGo</a> initiative has now moved into <a
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+        href="http://merproject.org/">Mer</a> and <a
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+        href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tizen">Tizen</a> and tries to be an
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+        alternative free operating system. Also WebOS is <a
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+        href="http://developer.palm.com/blog/2011/12/open-source/">about to be
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+        liberated</a>.
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+      </p>
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+      
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+
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+      <h2>Participating Organisations</h2>
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+
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+      <p>
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+        <div class="image">
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+          <a href="https://fsf.org/"><img src="/campaigns/android/fsf.png" alt="Free Software Foundation" title="Free Software Foundation" /></a>
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+          <a href="https://www.foebud.org/"><img src="/campaigns/android/foebud.png" alt="FoeBuD e.V." title="FoeBuD e.V." /></a>
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+        </div>
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+      </p>
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+
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+  </body>
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+    <title>Contribute! - Free Your Android! - FSFE</title>
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+    <link type="text/css" href="/campaigns/android/android.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen and (min-device-width:1280px) and (min-width:1200px)" />
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+    <meta name="cc-license" content="Portions of this page are 
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+		modifications based on work created and shared by Google and 
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+		used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 
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+		Attribution License. Android is a trademark of Google Inc." />
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+  </head>
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+  <body>
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+    
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+	<p id="category"><a href="/campaigns/android/android.html">Free Your Android</a></p>
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+
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+    <h1>Contribute and Help Others!</h1>
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+		
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+      <div id="introduction">
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+        <div class="image" id="hello-free-droid">
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+          <img src="/campaigns/android/robot.png" alt="Liberated Android Robot" />
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+        </div>
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+        
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+        <p>
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+          Help us to encourage people to liberate their devices and convince app
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+		  developers to release their app as Free Software.
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+		  The various Free Software initiatives also need help
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+		  and we need to ensure that they stay free as in freedom.
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+        </p>
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+	</div>
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+
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+
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+	<h2 id="OS">Operating Systems</h2>
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+
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+	<p>
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+	Even though custom versions of Android are all based on Free Software,
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+	sometimes non-free parts find their way into these ROMs.
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+	Help us to identify and remove those parts.
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<p>
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+	If you know about non-free software added to CyanogenMod or other versions of Android,
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+	please <a href="mailto:android&#64;lists.fsfe.org">let us know</a> about it!
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+	We collect <a href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/Android#Non-Free_Parts">current information</a> in the wiki.
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<h2 id="Apps">Apps and F-Droid</h2>
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+
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+	<p>
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+	The F-Droid initiative <a href="http://f-droid.org/contribute/">lists many ways to contribute</a>.
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+	Have a look!
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+	Maybe there is something that you can do easily.
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<p>
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+	Other than that, you can help to make F-Droid <a
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+	href="https://code.google.com/p/cyanogenmod/issues/detail?id=3789">preinstalled
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+	on CyanogenMod</a> so more people can benefit from a free market.
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+	Other proposals to spread the word about F-Droid can be found in
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+	<a href="http://f-droid.org/forums/topic/spreading-the-word-about-f-droid/">the F-Droid forum</a>.
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+	</p>
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+
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+	<h3>Adding Apps Yourself</h3>
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+
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+	<p>
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+	You are encouraged to add applications To F-Droid yourself. There is a long queue
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+	of <a
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+	href="http://f-droid.org/forums/forum/submission-queue/">applications
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+	that wait to be added</a>. Adding them works similar to <a
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+	href="http://www.freebsd.org/ports/index.html">FreeBSD ports</a> and <a
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+	href="http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/devrel/handbook/handbook.xml?part=2&amp;chap=1#doc_chap2">gentoo
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+	ebuilds</a> by filling a simple recipe file which controls how a package
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+	is build from source. If you like to add apps yourself, you should read
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+	about <a
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+	href="http://f-droid.org/forums/topic/adding-apps-with-git/">how F-Droid
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+	works with git</a> and <a
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+	href="https://gitorious.org/f-droid/fdroidserver/blobs/master/README">how
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+	to write these so called metadata files</a>.
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+	</p>
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+
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+	  <h3 id="FreeingApps">Freeing Non-Free Apps</h3>
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+
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+      <p>
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+        Unfortunately, there are still some applications that do not have a free
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+        alternative. To use the proprietary app is a bad idea; it takes away
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+        your freedom. In addition, if you settle into using the non-free
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+        program, you won't feel the need for it to be free. Even if you don't
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+        know how to program, you can <a
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+        href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/ConvinceYourFriends">contact</a> the authors
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+        of crucial apps and <a href="https://fsfe.pad.foebud.org/en-android">ask
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+        them politely</a> for their reasons for not publishing their app as Free
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+        Software. Many apps are available without payments, so money is not
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+        always the dominating reason. Sometimes one email can make a difference
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+        and there have already been successful attempts: <a
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+        href="https://market.android.com/details?id=cz.hejl.chesswalk">Chess
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+        Walk</a> for example is now <a
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+        href="https://gitorious.org/chesswalk/chesswalk">liberated</a>.
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+      </p>
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+
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+      <h4>Apps That Still Need To Be Liberated</h4>
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+
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+      <p>
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+        We collect apps that have no free counterpart, but are important to have
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+        on a free system <a
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+        href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/Android#Apps_That_Still_Need_To_Be_Liberated">in
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+        our wiki</a>. Please add other essential apps there. People can <a
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+        href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/ConvinceYourFriends">contact the authors</a>
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+        of those apps and ask them why they are not Free Software.
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+      </p>
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+
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+      <h4>Responses to Objections We've Heard from App Developers</h4>
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+
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+      <p>
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+        Only when we understand the motivation of programmers who keep their
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+        apps proprietary, we know what needs to be changed in order to change
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+        their minds and to convince them of liberating their own app. Please <a
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+        href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/Android#Responses_to_Objections_We.27ve_Heard_from_App_Developers">contribute
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+        your experiences</a> with developers of non-free apps here and <a
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+        href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/Android#Responses_to_Objections_We.27ve_Heard_from_App_Developers">share
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+        useful responses</a> to their objections.
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+      </p>
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+
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+      <ul>
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+        <li>
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+          <strong>Objection:</strong> If I publish my app as Free Software, I
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+          will not be able to make money with it. 
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+          <ul> 
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+            <li> You can still offer your app in other markets and ask for money
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+            there. </li> 
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+            <li> Offer options for people to donate. Free markets
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+            like F-Droid can include them and their users like to reward.
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+            Depending on your case, you might make more money with donations
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+            than from sales. </li> 
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+          </ul>
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+        </li>
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+        <li>
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+          <strong>Objection:</strong> But when my app is Free Software other
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+          people can distribute it without me getting profit. 
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+          <ul> 
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+            <li> That is true, but keep in mind that people who don't want to
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+            pay you will always find ways to do so. </li> 
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+            <li> If you ask people
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+            in a friendly non-obtrusive way and give them good reasons, they
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+            will give you money. </li> 
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+            <li> In case other people distribute your
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+            app without charge over markets, there are ways to stop that.
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+            Talking to the distributor or the market operator is one way. </li>
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+          </ul>
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+        </li>
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+        <li>
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+          <strong>Objection:</strong> I'm embarrassed by my bad code and don't
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+          want anybody to see it (from <a
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+          href="http://blog.flattr4android.com/?p=52">Flattr4Android</a>). 
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+          <ul>
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+            <li> Your code is very useful to many people and it works. Of course
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+            good code would be better, but code quality is secondary to freedom.
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+            </li> 
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+            <li> Everybody wrote bad code at some point. Sharing it will
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+            enable others to help you improving it. </li> 
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+          </ul>
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+        </li>
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+      </ul>
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+     
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+      <h2 id="Contact">Contact</h2>
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+      
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+      <p>
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+        If you want to stay informed or like to work with others on a free
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+        Android system, you can <strong><a
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+        href="https://lists.fsfe.org/mailman/listinfo/android">subscribe to the
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+        mailing-list</a></strong>. You can also ask questions or give input by
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+        writing to <a
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+        href="mailto:android&#64;lists.fsfe.org">android&#64;lists.fsfe.org</a>.
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+        For technical questions about apps, the <a
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+        href="irc://irc.freenode.net/fdroid">F-Droid IRC channel</a> is a good
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+        place to ask. For exchange about the lower layers of Android, the <a
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+        href="irc://irc.freenode.net/cyanogenmod">CyanogenMod IRC channel</a> is
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+        more suitable. Everybody in this community is very friendly and loves
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+        others to help, so don't be shy and get involved!
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+      </p>
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+
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+  </body>
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+    <meta name="cc-license" content="Portions of this page are 
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+		modifications based on work created and shared by Google and 
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+		used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 
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+		Attribution License. Android is a trademark of Google Inc." />
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+  </head>
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+  <body>
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+    
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+	<p id="category"><a href="/campaigns/android/android.html">Free Your Android</a></p>
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+
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+    <h1>Liberate Your Device!</h1>
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+		
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+      <div id="introduction">
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+        <div class="image" id="hello-free-droid">
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+          <img src="/campaigns/android/robot.png" alt="Liberated Android Robot" />
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+        </div>
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+        
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+        <p>
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+		Even though Android is mostly Free Software, devices usually come with proprietary software and services
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+		that prevent people from using them in an independent and autonomous way.
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+		Liberate your Android device: learn how to regain control of your data, with a free operating system and free apps!
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+        </p>
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+      </div>
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+      
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+      <h2 id="OS">The Operating Systems</h2>
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+      
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+      <p> 
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+        An operating system is a collection of software that enables you to use
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+        your phone and run other applications on it. Even though Android is <a
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+        href="http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/android-and-users-freedom.html">mostly
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+        free</a>, many phones ship with proprietary components and add-ons. Some
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+        phones also have a locked <a
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+        href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Booting#Boot_loader">boot loader</a>
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+        which prevents you from booting and installing other operating systems.
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+        If you want to buy an Android phone, make sure that the boot loader can
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+        be <a
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+        href="http://wiki.cyanogenmod.com/?search=&quot;unlock+bootloader&quot;">unlocked</a>.
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+        On some devices it can only be unlocked with clever hacks. There are
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+        also companies that ship their devices with an unlocked bootloader or
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+        provide you with the means to unlock it. Besides that, it is a good idea
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+        to check if there are free versions of Android <a
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+        href="http://www.cyanogenmod.com/devices">supporting the device</a>.
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+      </p>
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+      
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+      <h3 id="Replicant">Replicant OS</h3>
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+      
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+      <p>
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+        <a href="http://replicant.us/">Replicant</a> is a distribution of
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+        Android that is 100% Free Software. It runs only on <a
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+        href="http://replicant.us/supported-phones/">a very limited number of
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+        devices</a>. If you have one of these devices, then this is your choice.
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+      </p>
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+      
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+      <h3 id="CyanogenMod">CyanogenMod</h3>
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+      
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+      <div class="image right">
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+        <img alt="CyanogenMod" src="/campaigns/android/cyanogenmod.png" />
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+      </div>
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+      
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+      <p>
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+        <a href="http://www.cyanogenmod.com/">CyanogenMod</a> is the most
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+        popular aftermarket distribution for Android. It <a
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+        href="http://www.cyanogenmod.com/devices">runs on many phones</a> and
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+        offers <a href="http://www.cyanogenmod.com/about/features">features</a>
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+        not found in the official Android based firmwares of vendors. It also
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+        ships without Google applications and gives you more freedom over your
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+        device. CyanogenMod is Free Software developed by an active community.
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+        It still requires 
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+        <a href="https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_device_semc_iyokan/blob/gingerbread/proprietary-files.txt">non-free
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+        device drivers and firmware</a> which are 
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+        <a href="https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_device_semc_iyokan/blob/gingerbread/extract-files.sh">fetched
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+        from a device</a> and are included in the ROM.
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+      </p>
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+      
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+      <p>
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+        In order to install CyanogenMod, your device's boot loader needs to be
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+        unlocked. Some manufacturers consider your warranty void when you've
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+        unlocked its boot loader. The <a
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+        href="http://wiki.cyanogenmod.com/wiki/Main_Page">Wiki of
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+        CyanogenMod</a> contains detailed instructions on how to install it.
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+      </p>
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+      
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+      <p>
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+        After the installation, your phone will be freed from all those
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+        pre-installed proprietary applications and there will be no need to
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+        connect your phone with a Google account. With the exception of some
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+        non-free device drivers, your phone should run only Free Software. If
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+        you know about non-free software added to CyanogenMod, please <a
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+        href="mailto:android&#64;lists.fsfe.org">let us know</a> about it! There
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+        is a DRM provider app that you can <a
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+        href="http://wiki.cyanogenmod.com/wiki/Barebones">remove</a>.
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+     </p>
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+
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+	  <p>
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+	  We collected some information about
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+	  how you can <a href="/campaigns/android/help.html#OS">help to ensure that CyanogenMod stays free</a>.
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+	  </p>
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+      
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+      <h2 id="Apps">The Apps</h2>
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+      
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+      <p>
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+        For most people, the <a href="https://market.android.com/">Google
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+        Android Market</a> is the only or the main source for their
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+        applications. It doesn't even tell you whether an app is Free Software
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+        or not, let alone its license. Unfortunately, most apps from this or
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+        other markets are proprietary. Even if you install a Free Software app,
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+        there is no reason to trust the downloaded binary. Using the Google
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+        Market also requires a Google account. It is recommended to not use this
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+        market at all.
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+      </p>
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+
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+      <h3 id="F-Droid">F-Droid</h3>
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+
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+      <div class="image" id="hello-free-droid">
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+        <img alt="F-Droid" src="/campaigns/android/f-droid.png" />
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+      </div>
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+
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+      <p>
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+        The <a href="http://f-droid.org/">F-Droid initiative</a> was started to
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+        change the sad Free Software app situation in the Android world. It
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+        builds a repository of easily-installable Free Software for the Android
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+        platform. There is an Android client application that makes it easy to
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+        browse Free Software applications, install them onto your device, and
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+        keep track of updates. When available it includes information about how
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+        to donate money to the authors of the app.
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+      </p>
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+
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+      <p>
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+        The F-Droid repository contains details of multiple versions of each
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+        application. You can also easily create and add own repositories. But
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+        since the initiative is <a
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+        href="https://gitorious.org/f-droid/fdroidserver">very active</a>,
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+        developing in a decentralised fashion and open to collaboration,
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+        creating own repositories is not really necessary. Its goal is to
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+        include all useful Free Software Android applications and to keep up
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+        with their updates.
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+	  </p>
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+
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+	  <p>
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+	    We collected some information how you can <a href="/campaigns/android/help.html#Apps">help out F-Droid</a>.
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+	  </p>
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+
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+      <h2 id="Sync">Synchronising Your Data</h2>
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+
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+      <p>
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+        When you run only Free Software and when you do not rely on non-free
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+        network services like the ones Google offers, you lose the convenience
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+        of synchronising your contacts, your calender and other data with your
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+        other devices. Fortunately, there is plenty of Free Software that does
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+        this job as well:
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+      </p>
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+
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+      <ul>
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+        <li>
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+          <a href="http://acal.me/">ACal</a> synchronises your Android
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+          addressbook and calendar to <a
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+          href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CalDAV">CalDAV</a>/<a
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+          href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CardDAV">CardDAV</a> servers like
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+          <a href="http://owncloud.org/">ownCloud</a>.
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+        </li>
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+        <li>
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+          <a href="https://code.google.com/p/kolab-android/">kolab-android</a>
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+          synchronizes your Android addressbook and calendar to <a
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+          href="http://www.kolab.org/">Kolab</a>/IMAP folders.
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+        </li>
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+        <li>
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+          <a
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+          href="http://wiki.cyanogenmod.com/wiki/Howto:_Connect_to_Device_with_SSH">SSH
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+          Daemon dropbear</a> is pre-installed on CyanogenMod and can be used to
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+          e.g. run <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rsync">rsync</a>.
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+        </li>
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+      </ul>
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+
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+  </body>
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