Finotes Android SDK collects and reports multiple data points along with each issue report.
Starting from version 4.1.0, the SDK allows developers to individually blacklist these data points.
Using DataBlackList in @Observe annotation, developers can prevent SDK from collecting and sending these data points to the dashboard.

Java Code:
@Observe(DataBlackList = {"model", "brand"})
public class BlogApp extends Application {
    @Override
    public void onCreate() {
        super.onCreate();
        Fn.init(this);
    }
}
Kotlin Code:
@Observe(DataBlackList = {"model", "brand"})
class BlogApp: Application() {
    override fun onCreate() {
        super.onCreate()
        Fn.init(this)
    }
}

Below are some of the data points collected by the SDK and corresponding keys that can be used in @Observe annotation to blacklist each of the data points

Model of the device
@Observe annotation key:model
Brand of the device
@Observe annotation key:brand
Name of the device manufacturer
@Observe annotation key:manufacturer
Internal OS version running on the device
@Observe annotation key:customOs
Information collected from the android telephony manager API
@Observe annotation key:telephonyData

Data points like carrier details, SIM service provide details, WiFi signal strength are collected using the telephony manager API.

Display information of the device
@Observe annotation key:buildDisplay
Internal version of the OS version running in the device
@Observe annotation key:osVersion
Current battery level of the device
@Observe annotation key:batteryLevel
Elapsed time of the device since last reboot
@Observe annotation key:lastRebootTime
Current timezone offset of the device
@Observe annotation key:timezoneOffset