Anybody who installs that tool is crazy, you're giving device administrator rights to an unknown Chinese website. Quote: Protip: Don't Set a Random Chinese Website as the Remote Administrator of Your Smartphone Lzplay.net plugs into Android's Mobile Device Management (MDM) API, which is meant for enterprise services like Android for Work, or your company's IT department. This is a remote management API that is meant to give your IT department full control over a company-issued device. The goal is to allow your IT department to have, basically, as much control over the device remotely as you have in front of it, allowing them to silently install and uninstall apps, change the lock screen password, remote-wipe the device, and do a million other things. Watch any of the video guides after the app is downloaded and you'll see the "Activate device administrator?" screen popup, complete with a huge, scrolling list that spells out all the scary permissions. At this point you should really stop and think if granting these permissions to an unknown entity is a good idea. (It's totally not.) This set of permissions, which used to be called "Device owner," should only ever be given to an entity you 100 percent trust: apps like Google's Android for Work, an app from your company's MDM provider for your company-issued phone, or maybe you have an Android-powered kiosk or IoT device that you personally want to manage remotely. Those options are fine. What's not fine is granting these permissions to a random website like Lzplay.net. https://www.wired.com/story/horrifying-way-to-get-google-apps-huawei-phones/
Your quite right, good point. From what I have read, the basic iPhone 11 is a good deal, but for me it would have to be the 128GB version at £779 (Apple Shop Price) 64GB is too little these days.
And you are off too...as you are talking about the pro. The 11 goes for 650
Nothing has changed. Apple phone prices are still sky high.
I winter start buying the iPhone til it hits at least £1800