I can help to do it remotely
Whatb do you mean exactly?
@guenolet Currently to have an /e/ phone, you need either to buy one from /e/ Foundation or install it yourself on your phone (when compatible). This latter is not accessible to non-techy people.
I'm asking if some tech people are already offering the service to install /e/ on phones of non-techy people.
OK, then I don't know such offers, but I think it may exist indeed. Otherwise, it should ! I've installed /e/ on my FP3 myself, and you're right, it can be frightening for non-techy people.
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