Thank you for the answer and the interesting information.
I bought e2 emerald at efoundation, it was a little more expensive, but the price difference allows for financing. That’s why I let them flash the smartphone.
Regarding my use, it is really basic, web searches, mail, music, podcasts, photos, videos and the use of the eco system of /e/
/e/OS browser & WebView is still from March 29th and has accrued 244 known security issues.
There is a bug on the live display, not fixed, works on the stock rom.
I had before an s7 edge that I had flashed myself with /e/, sold at one time by /e/, speaker problem, not fixed.
Currently they are in a campaign to fix bugs until the end of this year, maybe everything will return to order.
Concerning teracube, several users have complained about the updates, it does not move.
It is the whole thing that caused my somewhat impulsive annoyance.
Here we are talking about commercial companies, and a smartphone can be a big budget depending on the standard of living.
Let’s say I recommend murena phones to customers for a minimum of privacy or teracube for the repair/ecology approach, that they take a minimum interest in this subject, what will they think? I think it is counterproductive for their causes. This is just me.
I don’t think I’m being tracked by governments and organizations, if I am, they might get bored!
But I would like to have a minimum of protection to browse the web and potentially infected sites, and to have basic functionality working.
I think the ideas are good, but behind them there is, for me, a lack of professionalism. My linux computers are regularly updated, I didn’t have kernel, firmware, browsers full of cve known by devs (well I hope) for months.
Finally, I re-flashed it in pro google mode first to compare bugs, and then I’m thinking of reselling it.
For now I don’t have a flip phone but a nokia 105 without data, with a camera on the side and a nuc for podcasts and night videos.
At least I gained some extra time to take care of my family!