There are versions of Android which don't include Google software. LineageOS with microg would work. This is a full Android OS, with a compatibility layer that reproduces the Google Play Services API which many apps depend on.
There is also a new OS called /e/ which might do the same thing and has an app store.
Let me recommend aPuppet which works on Android 7 and above. This project has been developed by our team especially for self-hosted remote support.
It is completely open source, the code is available on GitHub (Android app and server).
The app doesn't require adb or rooting for screen mirroring and remote control. It isn't sensitive to the device model and ...
Have you considered Lynx?
It's text only, but very usable.
It's available for most platforms. It's open-source. Visit their site here: https://lynx.invisible-island.net/release/
If you're using a Mac, start a Terminal and execute "brew install lynx".
For Windows, visit the Lynx installer page
Your screenshot meets DiskUsage – also available at F-Droid but unfortunately not updated since 2017, so it's not sure it will work with the changed storage permission system on Android 10+. Other similar apps known to me are not open-source and are either not updated in a while as well, or come with a bunch of trackers – so it's hard to give a real ...
I was needed the same functions so I created a simple SMS to URL Android forwarding App.
Since Google refused to publish it in the Play Store, because it needed read SMS permission, you can install it directly from the apk here.
If you miss some functions in this app - feel free to open a ticket on Github.
The original is a website called This person does not exist (Website).
Someone wrote an Android app around that website with the same name This person does not exist (Google Store). Since the website does not provide any options, neither does the app. So you have no choice for sex or age, you can just try the next generated photo.
TL;DR: afaik there is still no app, but open source backends now exist, so maybe it is easy to wrap it in a keyboard application I've started to build a prototype.
About 5 years ago I discovered voice typing by google and enjoyed it very much. Then I banned google from my phone and had since to arrange without voice typing. Back then there weren't any open ...
Safe Charger promises to do exactly that:
Safe charger is an utility application which alerts you when the battery level reaches a particular range. Note: It will not alert you exactly at 85%. (85 to 95)
Safe Charger is open source, you can find it at Github (and also in my repo).
If you prefer to set your own value, take a look at Battery Charge Notifier:
According to the web site the app Pro Camera by Moment support manual focus and focus peaking which is something you can use to keep focus in macro. What I see at the moment the app is for iOS. Also it support "shoot in Raw mode and select from HEIF, HEVC, TIFF, and JPEG" according to dpreview.
N.B. No affiliation with any of the manufacturers/...
I do not know for sure if this is now available on all phones or only on some. But over the past couple of years, I changed my phone several times, and they were all different brands, and all of these phones had a "trash" folder. That is, when you delete photos from the gallery, they are moved to this folder, where you can restore the photo, if ...
I've used Brave browser on my computer and love it! I found out they have a mobile browser with a VPN that I haven't used, but I know several people that love it. If you would like to try it, here's a link. Also, I'm not sure if it lets you change the country so I'd use the free trial to make sure.
Pricing: $9.99 a month + free trial
To record a WhatsApp video call on Android, it is necessary to install an app. Android does not natively offer the option, however, some manufacturers natively offer the ability to record the screen (with sound) of your Android smartphone. This is the case with Huawei smartphones in particular. If you do not have such an option, you must download an external ...
Consider DIDWW. They are nice enough for your requirements: they offer DIDs in US jurisdiction in almost all states.
The average cost of a DID number is 1-1.5$ monthly, which perfectly fits your upper limit:
They allow creating a SIP-trunk to the number, so you can add DIDWW account to any SIP soft- or hard-phone.
It seems like DetoxDroid could fit that bill. It's intended for "digital detoxing", and one of its features is a global DND mode ("mute all applications"). It lets you define exeptions ("…except one"), thus matching your requirements.
For now, it's not available at any store I know of, and APKs must be downloaded from Github and ...
I think you are looking for blocking youtube as any apps you can control using app lock and putting a password on that. Tough password so that you have to look to type not by remembering. If that is the case then use v browser for android as it only allow to search and read information.
System Panel 2
This will replacing the System Panel Task Manager and SystemPanelLite Task Manager both mentioned in this answer.
Android 7 and later versions deliberately restrict users from seeing what applications are running on their devices for security reasons. You can enable "Enhanced Statistics" by connecting this device to a ...
Another easy way to accomplish this task, which will also work for things like podcasts, is to use FakeStandby.
FakeStandby is available via F-Droid: https://f-droid.org/packages/android.jonas.fakestandby/
It is open-source software and is gratis.
I have personally used it, and found it to work very well.
FakeStandby will turn off your Android device's ...
We decided to use (maybe it helps someone):
Flutter + Unity 3D + AR Foundation + flutter_unity_widget
Flutter - nice multiplatform experience
Unity 3D & AR Foundation - enough AR and Image Tracking functionality
flutter_unity_widget - to merge together aforementioned technologies
I've noticed one of the resources you listed is the LEADTOOLS SDK. (Disclosure: I'm a LEADTOOLS employee).
Converting to the ePub file format from an input PDF can be done through the use of the DocumentConverter as you have listed https://www.leadtools.com/help/sdk/v21/dh/doxc/documentconverter.html
To test this in Android code, you can try the following:
I programmed it myself, with the help of stackexchange users. It's here. It's implemented for reading Wikipedia articles.
You can read the sentences approximately on by one next to the picture.
There is a button Fwd (go forward one sentence) and Back (go backward one sentence).
You can add new Wikipedia article with the New button and then choose the article ...
I had same question/issue. New phone , not a Moto.
I found SILENT CAMERA by Peace and can change to SINGLE TOUCH in Settings (it focuses and snaps.photo anywhere you touch screen) and can turn it on/off They have some great other features too.
I am not a rep or affiliated w them at all.
I searched around for you and found a few things that might be of help first I found an extension that you can use on chrome that would help with you're situation just in case you're on the computer simple mass downloader
I also found an app that might be of help check it out and see if it helps! HERE!
Android Studio has a zipped version but it is not portable by default.
I recently made a self-answered post at stackoverflow.com on how to make it portable by hand with few console tricks to use. The post has a room for further improvements but should be enough to start if not satisfies fully. Give comments if you use the way I described and find problems.