Replicant 6.0 is moving forward and quite some work has been done over the last months. Galaxy S2 Only the Galaxy S3 was supported for a very long time. Recently, support for the Galaxy S2 was added. This was made … Continue reading

Replicant 6.0 early work and associated efforts: At Replicant, things are moving again: Replicant is being updated from Android 4.2 to Android 6.0 by Wolfgang Wiedmeyer. The status and feedback takes place in the forums before it is reviewed and … Continue reading

Various media, including slides and video recordings, from recent talks about Replicant are available on the Replicant wiki Conferences page, including : FOSDEM 2016 (slides and video) Coliberator 2016 (slides) PSESHSF 2016 (slides and video) Some of these presentations are great … Continue reading

Replicant will take part in PSESHSF on Saturday July 2 near Paris, France for both a talk (in French), entitled Replicant : appareils mobiles, logiciels libres et vie privée and a workshop focused on Replicant (but possibly other aspects related … Continue reading

Replicant will take part in Coliberator, the free software conference organized by Fundația Ceata in Bucharest, Romania on June 4-5 2016. Fundația Ceata is the Romanian foundation for Free Software and Free Culture, that proposed to host both a keynote … Continue reading

Just like previous years, Replicant will be at FOSDEM, during the last weekend of January in Brussels, Belgium. A lightning talk about the road to liberating software at the lower levels will be given at 18:40 on Saturday, in room … Continue reading

A few months ago, we were contacted to discuss the endorsement of an online shop selling mobile devices pre-installed with Replicant: Qibre Computer Hardware. While we’re very happy to see such initiatives being developed, we asked for some conditions to … Continue reading

Even though development on Replicant is still moving forward at a pretty slow pace, we believe it is crucial to spread the word about the project in order to encourage more people to get involved but also to teach people … Continue reading

Even though things are moving slowly at Replicant, we figured it was time to release another batch of Replicant 4.2 images. This release doesn’t add support for any new device, but has a focus on security instead, thanks to an … Continue reading

As advertised in the previous blog post, I’ll be at CCCamp 2015 to talk about Replicant (as well as other things that I’m working on, like porting Libreboot to the C201 Chromebook), starting tomorrow. Formally, I’ll be giving a 45 … Continue reading