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Horace Algier September 21st 16 07:02 AM

Do you disable carrier diagnostic software on your cell phone?
 
Do you turn off your carrier diagnostics collection on your cell phone?
http://i.cubeupload.com/tVhE53.png

I don't have an iOS phone, but, monthly, I reset my T-Mobile Android phone
to factory defaults.
http://i.cubeupload.com/K0KITq.png

Invariably, the question comes up by T-Mobile diagnostic software of
whether I want the cellular carrier to collect diagnostics, or not:
http://i.cubeupload.com/AgFoIL.png

When I press for "more information", I'm taken to this web page:
https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-2929

Which explains:
"What types of information does T-Mobile collect?
Device signal strength
System crashes
Dropped calls records
Battery performance
Application usage"

That web page suggests I download this T-Mobile app:
http://www.t-mobile.com/landing/down...obile-app.html

Which I never do because I already have the T-Mobile "System Manager
Application", which says:
"This software collects diagnostic data..."
http://i.cubeupload.com/YmIxZZ.png

To disable data collection, go to:
Settings Accounts BAckup and reset Collect Diagnostics
Turn off the checkbox "Allow Diagnostics"
http://i.cubeupload.com/f166HH.png

*My question for Android users:*
Q: Do you turn off the carrier diagnostic data-collection software?
http://i.cubeupload.com/tVhE53.png

My question for iOS users:
Q: Do the carriers do the same data collection on iOS phones?





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Horace Algier September 21st 16 08:06 AM

Do you disable carrier diagnostic software on your cell phone?
 
On Wed, 21 Sep 2016 05:02:01 +0000 (UTC), Horace Algier wrote:

To disable carrier data collection, go to:
Settings Accounts BAckup and reset Collect Diagnostics
Turn off the checkbox "Allow Diagnostics"
http://i.cubeupload.com/f166HH.png

*My question for Android users:*
Q: Do you turn off the carrier diagnostic data-collection software?
http://i.cubeupload.com/tVhE53.png

My question for iOS users:
Q: Do the carriers do the same data collection on iOS phones?


In addition to disabling carrier data collection, I went through all the
default apps to turn off any permissions I didn't like.
http://i.cubeupload.com/m1cZWG.png

In doing so, I noticed that the carrier diagnostics-collection application
*inherently* still showed it had innate permission to the phone's location.
http://i.cubeupload.com/laYugI.png

By flipping the "location" switch from "on" to "off", I think I ensured
that the carrier wasn't checking in on my location from time to time via
its "system manager application":
http://i.cubeupload.com/VTiYIB.png

*My question for Android users:*
Q: Do you turn off the carrier diagnostic data-collection software?
http://i.cubeupload.com/tVhE53.png

*My question for iOS users:*
Q: Do the carriers do the same data collection on iOS phones?

Rod Speed September 21st 16 09:02 AM

Do you disable carrier diagnostic software on your cell phone?
 
Horace Algier wrote

Do you turn off your carrier diagnostics collection on your cell phone?
http://i.cubeupload.com/tVhE53.png


Nope, I'm not that stupid.

I don't have an iOS phone, but, monthly, I reset
my T-Mobile Android phone to factory defaults.
http://i.cubeupload.com/K0KITq.png


More fool you.

Invariably, the question comes up by T-Mobile diagnostic software
of whether I want the cellular carrier to collect diagnostics, or not:
http://i.cubeupload.com/AgFoIL.png


When I press for "more information", I'm taken to this web page:
https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-2929


Which explains:
"What types of information does T-Mobile collect?
Device signal strength
System crashes
Dropped calls records
Battery performance
Application usage"


That web page suggests I download this T-Mobile app:
http://www.t-mobile.com/landing/down...obile-app.html


Which I never do because I already have the T-Mobile
"System Manager Application", which says:
"This software collects diagnostic data..."
http://i.cubeupload.com/YmIxZZ.png


To disable data collection, go to:
Settings Accounts BAckup and reset Collect Diagnostics
Turn off the checkbox "Allow Diagnostics"
http://i.cubeupload.com/f166HH.png


*My question for Android users:*
Q: Do you turn off the carrier diagnostic data-collection software?
http://i.cubeupload.com/tVhE53.png


I'm not that stupid.

My question for iOS users:
Q: Do the carriers do the same data collection on iOS phones?


Nope.

Rod Speed September 21st 16 09:19 AM

Do you disable carrier diagnostic software on your cell phone?
 


"Horace Algier" wrote in message
...
On Wed, 21 Sep 2016 05:02:01 +0000 (UTC), Horace Algier wrote:

To disable carrier data collection, go to:
Settings Accounts BAckup and reset Collect Diagnostics
Turn off the checkbox "Allow Diagnostics"
http://i.cubeupload.com/f166HH.png

*My question for Android users:*
Q: Do you turn off the carrier diagnostic data-collection software?
http://i.cubeupload.com/tVhE53.png

My question for iOS users:
Q: Do the carriers do the same data collection on iOS phones?


In addition to disabling carrier data collection, I went through all the
default apps to turn off any permissions I didn't like.
http://i.cubeupload.com/m1cZWG.png


No one actually gives a flying red **** about what you do.

In doing so, I noticed that the carrier diagnostics-collection application
*inherently* still showed it had innate permission to the phone's
location.
http://i.cubeupload.com/laYugI.png


So you get ****ed over regardless of your stupid games.

By flipping the "location" switch from "on" to "off", I think
I ensured that the carrier wasn't checking in on my location
from time to time via its "system manager application":
http://i.cubeupload.com/VTiYIB.png


You're wrong, as always.

*My question for Android users:*
Q: Do you turn off the carrier diagnostic data-collection software?
http://i.cubeupload.com/tVhE53.png


No one except you is actually that stupid.

*My question for iOS users:*
Q: Do the carriers do the same data collection on iOS phones?


Nope.


tlvp[_2_] September 21st 16 09:25 AM

Do you disable carrier diagnostic software on your cell phone?
 
On Wed, 21 Sep 2016 05:02:01 +0000 (UTC), Horace Algier wrote:

Q: Do you turn off the carrier diagnostic data-collection software?


On my VZW-branded Moto Droid X2 there's no option to turn that on or off.
HTH. Cheers, -- tlvp (Android v. 2.3.5)
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Horace Algier September 21st 16 09:47 AM

Do you disable carrier diagnostic software on your cell phone?
 
On Wed, 21 Sep 2016 03:25:32 -0400, tlvp wrote:

On my VZW-branded Moto Droid X2 there's no option to turn that on or off.


Thank you for both *understanding* the question, and answering it like an
adult should.

I am only familiar with T-Mobile diagnostic services.
You are on Verizon.

I wasn't sure from your response whether you were saying that Verizon
doesn't bother to *collect* the diagnostic data - or - if you were saying
that Verizon *does* collect the data - and that you were not able to turn
that collection off.

In short, can you clarify if you were saying that Verizon doesn't have the
data-collection software? Or if you were saying Verizon does have the
data-collection software - but you can't turn off the data collection like
you can with T-mobile?

Savageduck September 21st 16 04:53 PM

Do you disable carrier diagnostic software on your cell phone?
 
On 2016-09-21 06:06:14 +0000, Horace Algier said:

Le Snip

In addition to disabling carrier data collection, I went through all the
default apps to turn off any permissions I didn't like.
http://i.cubeupload.com/m1cZWG.png

In doing so, I noticed that the carrier diagnostics-collection application
*inherently* still showed it had innate permission to the phone's location.
http://i.cubeupload.com/laYugI.png

By flipping the "location" switch from "on" to "off", I think I ensured
that the carrier wasn't checking in on my location from time to time via
its "system manager application":
http://i.cubeupload.com/VTiYIB.png

*My question for Android users:*
Q: Do you turn off the carrier diagnostic data-collection software?
http://i.cubeupload.com/tVhE53.png

*My question for iOS users:*
Q: Do the carriers do the same data collection on iOS phones?


Wih my iPhones on Verizon it is simple enought to go to
"Settings-"Privacy"(scroll to the bottom)-"Diagnostics & Usage" there
you find that it is Apple, not Verizon requesting the data. You have
the options to "Send Automatically" or "Don't Send". You are free to
choose whichever you want.

At the bottom of that settings window you will find the current status
and a tap selection to view the currently accumulated "Diagnostics &
Usage Data".

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Regards,

Savageduck


nospam[_2_] September 21st 16 05:01 PM

Do you disable carrier diagnostic software on your cell phone?
 
In article [email protected], Savageduck
wrote:

*My question for iOS users:*
Q: Do the carriers do the same data collection on iOS phones?


Wih my iPhones on Verizon it is simple enought to go to
"Settings-"Privacy"(scroll to the bottom)-"Diagnostics & Usage" there
you find that it is Apple, not Verizon requesting the data. You have
the options to "Send Automatically" or "Don't Send". You are free to
choose whichever you want.

At the bottom of that settings window you will find the current status
and a tap selection to view the currently accumulated "Diagnostics &
Usage Data".


*all* cellular carriers collect diagnostic data regardless of the type
of phone (smartphone or candybar/flip), such as when and where calls
drop, so that they can see where they need to fix things.

Davoud September 21st 16 05:09 PM

Do you disable carrier diagnostic software on your cell phone?
 
Horace Algier:
Do you turn off your carrier diagnostics collection on your cell phone?


No. Fortunately, there is no history of mental illness in my family, no
paranoia.

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AL[_33_] September 21st 16 06:27 PM

Do you disable carrier diagnostic software on your cell phone?
 
On 9/21/2016 7:53 AM, Savageduck wrote:

Wih my iPhones on Verizon it is simple enought to go to
"Settings-"Privacy"(scroll to the bottom)-"Diagnostics & Usage" there
you find that it is Apple, not Verizon requesting the data. You have the
options to "Send Automatically" or "Don't Send". You are free to choose
whichever you want.


I have a similar setting in my Verizon Droid. Motorola (now a Lenovo
product) collects the data.

Switch 1 says: "Help Improve Motorola Products Share device usage
statistics".

Switch 2 says: "Enhanced Device Support Enable customized support and
recommendations for your device".

And you can get a Motorola ID: "Motorola can provide you with a more
personalized experience by identifying you across devices".

All very lovely words, don't you think? 8-O



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