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I'm really really Sorrrrry

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ek baato muje http request pe mera phone model q dikh rha h... 😶 mera ip b dedo.. bcha kucha MAC addr b dedo.. arrey meri selfie click krke send krdo bc😶😶

Yha mai tor use krke.. duniya se chupta feer rha hu aur Samsung sabko btata feer rha hain😑

Sumsung Browser tak he theek tha.. pure device ki request mai tho model number nhi rkhna chahiye..

data mining wese he itni baad gai h 😶😔😔😑
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😳😳
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I am genuinely missing something here. Thik se batao aaram se ki baat kya hai. Go to Chrome and type what's my ip and it will give you your ip address. Waisa hi yaha ho raha hai. But something I am missing genuinely.
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Muje bas yahi bolna h ki.. Samsung model n use krke.. ek standard useragent use kre Samsung.
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This is a standard http request. You can't do anything about that. Yes, you can spoof it, but you can't remove it.

Sites need to know your user-agent to correctly optimize rendered html to the device. Due to same reason iPhones/iPads have separate user-agent.

Servers need to know your IP to reply back content when you request a specific webpage (I don't know you really know how Internet works). And you are using Samsung's Browser (WHY?)

If you are so concerned about your privacy, get Firefox
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I use Firefox.

Yes, We can spoof.. But I'm talk about entire Samsung Phone's. If you're using chrome or any browser which relies on Chrome/inbuild web service.. than you see the above http request.

You can simply use:
Mozilla/5.0 (Android 10; Mobile; rv:81.0) Gecko/81.0

instead of:
Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; Android 10; SM-M315F) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko)

This is the small step..

Samsung use default "Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; Android 10; SM-M315F) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko)" use for all request make by your smartphone services.
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Chromium isn't particularly known for respecting user's privacy. So, I am not surprised if it sends away user information. Similar to WebView, Chrome and Samsung Internet use similar techniques.

You can remove all the applications that use Chromium or WebView and set default WebView to Firefox
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I totally forgot, you can use Bromite. It is Chromium based and sends away little info about the device and resists fingerprint. You can check it out
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