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@tsac the hardest issue is to root the Blackberry PRIV.
The DTEK app that cannot be deleted act as SuperUser(rooted/jailbroken user) that have access to everything above what you have access to. DTEK can wipe your device without your consent, and you can't stop it.
Rooting the PRIV. You need to "jump on your ears" to find a way how to do it. Same goes for new Galaxy phones, they have exactly the same "security" that monitors everything you do, in case somebody will try to hack you? To hack you they need to first hack them, DTEK, in this case.
They(DTEK) act as remote anti-virus that is always monitoring your device and is blocking your access to devices full features that you normally would get by rooting.
I can notice similar model being spread everywhere as a "safe environment"(Windows10, new Galaxy phone, BB PRIV), the only issue is your privacy.
You don't know a single thing about those who are monitoring/recording, where they know A LOT about you. They store this information in a place we have no access to, for further analysis.
Very unfair trade under the cover of "privacy" taking away user freedom to have full-"live" access to their phones.
On the other hand most of the phone users are daft enough not to know what rooting is, making them easy "marketing" targets.
I'm glad people are finding a way to root the devices giving us the control back to our hands.
"Our only limitation is that we have no limitation"
Last edited by MarcinM : 04-24-2016 at 02:50 PM.