Having a way to connect to the device is fundamental. The v350 came with no means to connect to the device! I can tolerate the glitchy apps, but if I cannot connect to the device, things cannot be worked on. Are most Android phones deficient in this respect? So I had to give up my stance on privacy and create a google account (I don't like the data disclosure and sharing that goes on with google). Then the sshd tools either cost money (which links your identity to the data profile google tracks you with), or it's advertisement-infused. Yes, there is actually an sshd tool with ads. Then I installed the Android terminal emulator. The piece of crap assumes you have a hardware keyboard, and the "toggle soft keyboard" option is broken. The system upgrade feature is disabled! I was hoping I could upgrade in hopes that a means to connect to the device would be inherent in recent releases. How do I get this thing out of jail?