Over the last one and a half years, a lot of work has been done to move Replicant to a new version and to add new features. Everything started with a (now archived) forum post in January 2016 that documented … Continue reading

And you can help making it accessible to more GNU/Linux users! We have decided not to create a Replicant 6.0 SDK as part of the upcoming Replicant 6.0 release. For three previous Replicant versions (2.2, 4.0 and 4.2), a SDK … Continue reading

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