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[liberationtech] Fwd: Firefox OS with built in support for OpenPGP encryption

Matt Johnson railmeat at
Fri Sep 13 10:19:40 PDT 2013

I would assume the quality of the voice calls would be pretty bad
through this kind of setup. How did that work for you?

Matt Johnson

On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 9:51 AM, Nathan of Guardian
<nathan at> wrote:
> Hash: SHA1
> On 09/13/2013 05:56 AM, Michael Rogers wrote:
>> The Samsung Galaxy Player (Samsung Galaxy S WiFi in some countries)
>> is essentially an Android phone without a baseband. I believe you
>> can run CyanogenMod on it.
> So is the Nexus 7 (non-GSM/LTE) version for that matter, though a
> little big.
> I've talked about this before, but the use of a "MiFi" portable
> network device providing wifi to a tablet/phablet running VoIP
> software on a clean ROM, provides the best of all worlds - telephony,
> portability and security.
> I lived life this way for awhile in New York, using combining the Mifi
> with known open hotspots in my general daily commute. It worked very
> well. I know many others, including some on the Guardian Project team,
> do this as well, as daily practice.
> You also can generally get 3 tablet devices for the private of 1
> smartphone, so you can dispose of them and/or distribute them more widely!
> +n
> Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (GNU/Linux)
> Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird -
> rMgNKADz7Att1ZNi6Rdt7R45tvTovLcWcqZ2eRNfWembPca9O2ifVLPDGFpp9vhC
> oV7yzgnEQIswxF2Ex3fg5A8ogFWtZMjbfd8Eo9JsAJfvvP/Z8sfYtJKjnj4D0poH
> Wi/cWGiPXvofBpz1IyX/8B16211+7rnG9szIV7d3wuUbyMMlLntRE1L0rh92t/tK
> Kv+ybCmfalh6bd6GSWkFzj4/JwzuArnIi9C0aW5A8Nq53aoNu3JyW3DZNwiP+wuw
> w0RRvmEEqT3zKDVcgUWeOYI0t4FJcISiFqCZ26xWmCHZ3ZYuHL8HhELX3U/kxa77
> EPifPB6paNisbCjDHLkvhdeolzmEol2c6hxdIXCLCcgPLYyKk0AjdsfsU8L+foRq
> 1io5qOL6dncEBxU+H+utOaCo+QoHE7Rx2pvAyLqKiHHr0PdJqQ5BahGF4aYWzjcU
> b0C8Iq3frtZkpR09H4Lx5kfB4re6B7fS4gDJe8jmFf7+49g6vmDRj/bfiHygjnxY
> jXr9HJj5USS6UIe0Ik2Hz/JLsPc7zdGDuxQXHNJmsLa6LffEWfcbVrJT2djk0fV7
> 74hrkcvNv87wsr50w97d8m/hP43qlVFO8uYIMrB6aCr4srSy6WoQZG9qZ1RwRSKn
> BtqJsucVFUDBEp1w88Zs
> =ciN/
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