Replicant is a fully free Android distribution running on several devices.
The FSF supports the work of Replicant through its Working Together for Free Software fund. Please consider donating below.
We believe that freedom is an important end in itself — that software developers should respect the rights of users to share and modify the software they use. But the importance of freedom is made particularly evident by the first commercial Android phones. While most of the software running on the phones is free, and can be distributed by anyone, some components are proprietary. These components include several libraries and drivers necessary for interfacing with the phone’s hardware. Since these components are not free software, the user community cannot redistribute them. And since some of them are necessary to make the phone work, the user community can't share working firmwares.
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Donate with Bitcoin
To donate by check or money order, please mail one to the main Free Software Foundation address, with "Replicant" in the memo field. Our Bitcoin address for this campaign is 13tgjejUJ6NtQVX9HvKz8svdcuWPNwgr5T. If you'd like to use a wire transfer of any currency, email email@example.com.
Wondering how much to donate? Any amount will help with Replicant's infrastructure and promotion. $400-$600 will allow the Replicant team to buy one new device and make the OS compatible with it. Contributions on this page will be made in $USD.