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#2671
Even without any of the things on juiceme's list, anyone finding your phone and using it to call some premium-rate chat-up line can easily rack up a multi-thousand phone bill for you before you can spell supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
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Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
Or maybe an eeg-scan; provided that brain patterns of people are different enough?
The problem there would be trying to unlock my phone on a Monday morning
 

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Originally Posted by karlos devel View Post
ext4 only work in usb host, but not work inserted the sd card on device.
I have a problem with setting the correct permissions. I have an sdcard partition 1 with fat32 and the second with ext4. Maybe I have done something wrong when formatting it. It get's mounted rw, but it is owned by root:root, and I can't put any files or mkdir on it on my X.

What do I need to change? I guess setting owner to nemo won't help, if I put that card into a notebook?
 

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Originally Posted by Amboss View Post
I have a problem with setting the correct permissions. I have an sdcard partition 1 with fat32 and the second with ext4. Maybe I have done something wrong when formatting it. It get's mounted rw, but it is owned by root:root, and I can't put any files or mkdir on it on my X.

What do I need to change? I guess setting owner to nemo won't help, if I put that card into a notebook?
First xperia x still buggy, something ok ,could not work.
Both partitions(ex4,fat32) is being recognize by xperia x?
"cd /media/nemo/??????# chmod a+w ." #####could fix#####

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Originally Posted by karlos devel View Post
First xperia x still buggy, something ok ,could not work.
Both partitions(ex4,fat32) is being recognize by xperia x?
"cd /media/nemo/??????# chmod a+w ." #####could fix#####
@olf @juiceme : )
First of all, fat32 cant handle permissions.
Since only root user can mount partitions, they will be owned by root. It can be solved by adding entries to fstab.
Or, from commandline (which I assume is what you tried)

mount -t vfat -o user /dev/something /some/mountpoint

notice the -o parameter. If you want it avail for every user, that parameter should be -"o users" instead
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Originally Posted by karlos devel View Post
First xperia x still buggy, something ok ,could not work.
Both partitions(ex4,fat32) is being recognize by xperia x?
"cd /media/nemo/??????# chmod a+w ." #####could fix#####
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@karlos devel, in addition to @nieldk's remarks:
  • Mounted "rw" (i.e. read and write)" automatically?
    This is automatically handled be SailfishOS (and O.K. since long ago).
    Take a look with mount | grep mmcblk1 to see, if the partitions mmcblk1p1 and mmcblk1p2 are mounted with the option "rw" on your device, too (it is on all of mine).
  • Setting access rights, so user nemo can access the partitions:
    See section 5. Finishing up of my guide. Mind that the path has become /run/media/nemo with SFOS 2.2.0.

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Do you think we'll see official support for the XA2 Plus (18:9 screen)?

For that matter, does official support already cover the XA2 Ultra?
 

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Originally Posted by Jedibeeftrix View Post
Do you think we'll see official support for the XA2 Plus (18:9 screen)?

For that matter, does official support already cover the XA2 Ultra?
Officially I don't think so... Even Xperia X Compact that has almost the same hardware of Xperia X is not officially supported... About the XA2 and XA2 Ultra, there are some testing with some android Roms that works for both models (probably some bugs but bootable)

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#2679
Originally Posted by nieldk View Post
Needless to point out. Without fulldisk encryption, all of that is easily available, nevermind type of passcode, fingerprint, iris or bloodtest.
Yeah, I'm still working on it.
However currently it is not really the most user-friendly thing since you need to manually convert your filesystems to encrypted.
 
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Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
What is there in phones, hmm?
  • PKI keys to everything from jenkins servers to github accounts and between
  • email correspondance, both professional and private
  • sms/mms correspondance, both professional and private
  • contact details for famous and infamous people
  • compromising pictures that could get you blackmailed
  • compromising pictures used for blackmail
  • cryptocurrencies
  • passwords for ebay, paypal, amex, visa, various banks, national lottery, car rental companies, airline accounts, etc...
  • personal documentation, medical information, electronic medicine receipts
  • GPS traces and tracks, coordinates for caches of drugs and precious metals

Getting access to someone's phone is the best way to hack that person, to totally steal identity.
Even if there is no special information in the device itself; just about every online account you have has 2-factor-auth based on your phone number. And the email client in the phone most probably already remembers your mail password... Need I spell it out for you?
Again, I was solely speaking for myself. I have no worries about people getting access to my phone (or accounts connected to my phone).

I now see that you are far more important than I, in which case maybe worrying that someone will take a mold of your finger to access your phone is warranted.

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