Privacy Policy

At the privacy of our visitors is a apical priority. And the page you currently viewing ( Privacy Policy) accent the type of personal information received/collected by us and how it’s utilized. Furthermore Trademark Use highlights use of trademark names and logos.

Personal Information

Galaxystuffs doesn’t actually seek any personal information of visitors and it doesn’t even require to access all public pages. Certain features like comments many require to validate your identity by commonly accepted free email services to verify legitimate users. We guarantee of information been collected not to be given or used for any other purpose.

Third Party Advertising

We at uses Google Ads,our blog. These networks ads are visible to general public(unless you are using Ad Block Plugin or software) and these companies might use information like IP address, your location, your MAC Address, type of browser, Internet Service Provider (ISP),
day/time stamp, entry pages, exit pages, user’s movement on site, demographic information and time on site, etc., to understand your activity on our blog.

External Sites

Since our website provides Android latest news updates, apps or mod and Custom Rom files download links , we generally add link to the source site for reference. As such we have no control on the nature of external websites or their policies in adoption. For detailed information read the respective individual policies of those websites.

Trademarks Use

Galaxystuffs is not affiliated or linked to any of the device manufacturers that we list on our site. The trademarks like Blogger, Google, Android, Motorola, Amazon, Flipkart , Samsung, Sony , Apple, US Cellular, T-Mobile, Sprint, Bell, Airtel, Vodafone etc, & any other brand are respective of their owners. Use of these trademarks are subjected to their general permissions.

Custom Rom, Rooting, Custom Recovery

We write about custom firmware update, Rooting articles for various smartphones and tablets. The original ROM file is by various third party Android developers, hence we can’t guarantee 100 % working if you flash your phone with that custom Rom. Also users should proceed at their own risk and we don’t any responsibility for whatever happens to your phone.

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This privacy policy document was last altered on December 25 2016.

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