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This might seem like an odd question, but in real life conversations (like at school/work, staff in a store, social events etc) have you experienced the conversation that seems like it’s going normally, and then suddenly and unexpectedly it seems like the person gets real snappy, or mad, or just stops talking and walks away?
yes, cutting internet access is probably enough…however you may want to have a look at “disable-system-app-bloatware-android”
For battery saving, screen is one of the biggest draws, keep it off or dim if possible. Second, and not realistic for most people (but worth mentioning) is the radios, keep the main radio off with airplane mode and then enable wifi.
For aggressive battery control, I used to use Greenify but a good looking equivalent (that I haven’t used personally) would be SuperFreezZ this will suspend apps when not in use to stop them “phoning home” constantly
“Device care” looks like a nasty piece of bloatware designed to suck up metrics for Samsung, in my opinion. A quick skim of googlePlay reviews makes me think I’m not just being a nasty old cynic.
I wonder if you mean shtick, a word used in Jewish culture originally from the German Stück (similar to spiel also of German origin)
Heres a wikipedia page on it, but loosely its a rant/roleplay/opinion that someone usually has a close affinity to, it is mostly used in a positive way or humorous self-deprecating manner in my experience.
then change fields for type and sort type now save
Users can select a display name that’s different from their actual username for example “Arthur Besse” is [at]cypherpunks
Additionally since they are not a native pearthchat use you would need to add Lemmy(.ml) to tag the instance of that user.
So @firstname.lastname@example.org should be the format.
Edit:hmm, wonder if its because I’m on lemmur. Try https://lemmy.ml/u/cypherpunks
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