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Stars - the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth - month over month growth in stars.
Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project is being developed. Recent commits have higher weight than older ones.
For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
Proton VPN for Linux is Totally F*cked UP
5 projects | /r/ProtonVPN | 17 May 2023
You do know that Linux has native GUI support for VPNs don't you? Install the strongSwan suite from your distribution. This will enable IPsec/IKEv2 on your machine.
23.1.2 is up
3 projects | /r/OPNsenseFirewall | 7 Mar 2023
ports: strongswan 5.9.10
22.7.11 is up
2 projects | /r/OPNsenseFirewall | 18 Jan 2023
OOP in C
7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Jan 2023
I think I suck at Networking
2 projects | /r/devops | 16 Aug 2022
Self-hosted VPN with LDAP Support
3 projects | /r/selfhosted | 25 Jul 2022
So far it seems that strongswan is my best bet and wireguard with the WG-portal seems interesting. I was hoping someone could give me insight into either of these options, or any options in general.
Any Selfhosted VPN which can be connected via inbuilt VPN settings of Windows?
2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 9 May 2022
⟳ 10 apps added, 74 updated at f-droid.org
43 projects | /r/FDroidUpdates | 21 Aug 2021
strongSwan VPN Client: An easy to use IKEv2/IPsec-based VPN client.
Cannot run Revanced Extended v18.4X
2 projects | /r/revancedextended | 13 Nov 2023
It implies that MicroG (com.mgoogle.android.gms) is still installed. Have a look into the Safe folder. Optionally, you might diagnose that with this app named AppManager. Uninstall that & reinstall whatever or whoever's MicroG you like. Personally, I'll suggest you to use mMicroG
Best Android Apps that you should definitely try!
22 projects | /r/androidapps | 24 Oct 2023
Other apps:- - App Manager - a fully-featured open source app package manager that lets you see the trackers of every app package and also lets you see the permissions and services used by those apps and many more detailed things related to apps
As Apps que consideram indispensáveis
17 projects | /r/CasualPT | 23 Jun 2023
⟳ 1 apps added, 52 updated at f-droid.org
9 projects | /r/FDroidUpdates | 6 Jun 2023
App Manager - Android package manager (version 3.1.1): A full-featured open source package manager for android.
Tasker 6.2.3-beta - Order Code expired
2 projects | /r/tasker | 4 Jun 2023
I have several solutions that I use for this but I have root which helps but not necessary. First, if you want to downgrade it is possible with this app.App Manager
Bloatware remover for Android?
2 projects | /r/androidapps | 10 May 2023
Adb is enough to remove bloatware without root. Appmanager is good and recently added debloater too. https://github.com/MuntashirAkon/AppManager . You only need WiFi for app to work with adb.
[App] A Few cool (Material You) Apps
10 projects | /r/HowToMen | 1 May 2023
App Manager, lets you download apks from apps you have installed on your phone + uninstall + get information from all system activities.
IMHO, Asus Calculator is the best calculator app around
3 projects | /r/androidapps | 26 Apr 2023
The rest is from App Manager: https://github.com/MuntashirAkon/AppManager to check app information. I mainly use it to check if the app uses any tracking library (here the app uses google analytics and firebase analytics) or permissions, activities...
What are the Top 5 most Useful apps installed on your mobile?
6 projects | /r/androidapps | 12 Feb 2023
It's on GitHub and F-Droid, not on play store unfortunately.
I'm not that big a user of termux. Description in comments.
2 projects | /r/termux | 11 Feb 2023
This is the absolute best app for debloating along with a plethora of useful features. It's open source and available on GitHub. I'll include the link. It can be started via adb wireless or you can use Termux and set the port to 5555 (Which I personally prefer) and as long as debugging is switched on you can use it without a WiFi connection until you reboot. At that point you'll have to repeat the process. You can install split apks and set tht installer app to com.android.vending so side loaded apps are still perceived as being installed from the Google Play store. You can also downgrade apps without having the first uninstall the newer version. honestly it's probably the most amazing app I've ever seen especially if you have root but what it can do with ADB alone is very impressive. App Manager
What are some alternatives?
Tachidesk-Server - A rewrite of Tachiyomi for the Desktop
Seedvault - A backup application for the Android Open Source Project.
universal-android-debloater - Cross-platform GUI written in Rust using ADB to debloat non-rooted android devices. Improve your privacy, the security and battery life of your device.
foxy-droid - Yet another F-Droid client
syphon - ⚗️ a privacy centric matrix client
Gear-VPN - A VPN client for Android based on OpenVPN made with Jetpack Compose.
Apktool - A tool for reverse engineering Android apk files
FairEmail - Fully featured, open source, privacy friendly email app for Android
neutrinote - neutriNote - extensible Markdown + Math note app in Just 3 MB!
docker-ipsec-vpn-server - Docker image to run an IPsec VPN server, with IPsec/L2TP, Cisco IPsec and IKEv2
AdAway - AdAway is a free and open source ad blocker for Android.