It is possible to use an Android device without Google apps or services, but it may require some additional steps and configuration. Here are some general steps that you can follow to set up an Android device without Google apps or services:
- Install a custom ROM that does not include Google apps or services. There are several custom ROMs available that are designed to provide a Google-free Android experience, such as LineageOS.
- Install alternative app stores and apps. Instead of using the Google Play Store, you can install alternative app stores, such as the F-Droid store, which only offers free and open-source apps. You can also install apps directly from the web or from third-party app stores.
- Use alternative services for common Google apps and services. For example, you can use a different search engine instead of Google Search, or use a different email service instead of Gmail.
- Configure your device to not send data to Google. You can disable various settings and permissions on your device that allow it to send data to Google, such as location data and search queries.
Keep in mind that using an Android device without Google apps and services may limit the functionality and availability of certain apps and features, and may require some additional effort to set up and maintain.