Happily using pure FP-Open on my FP2 I sometimes miss the possibility of installing apps for car-sharing, scooters or for a drone that need Google-GPS-Service and therefore refuse installation.
I have two solutions in my mind:
I did a TWRP backup of my working FP-Open.
Now I’d like to add the bare minimum of the google-stuff to my pure FP-Open that include Google-GPS Service.
What would that minimum be and how do I install that?
Would Google then see my contacts, Threema-messages etc.?
If the answer to “2.” is “no”, I would now install all that Google-GPS-Service-dependent apps. After that I could do another TWRP backup including these apps.
Now I could restore my first “pure” FP-Open backup as my default OS for more privacy.
When needing one of the carsharing (and other Google-GPS-Service-dependent) apps I could change to my second FP-Open including these apps by restoring my 2. TWRP backup.
Will this work without revealing my contacts, messages etc. to google?
After backing up my pure FP-Open with TWRP I could install the default FPOS with these Google-GPS-Service-dependent apps but without Threema and my contacts.
Would that FPOS then “see” my contacts, Threema-messages and other data from my previous FP-Open?
If not, will I be able to see and use these again after restoring my pure FP-Open?
Thanks in advance!