Do you know who's collecting your data whether you like it or not? It can restrict several data categories, such as or location. For an example you can block your contacts data and locations by using Xprivacy. The thing that really sucks here is the fact there is absence of material design. Not 5 because it was unavailable at a time I needed it the most. Don't know how he landed here in 21st century. Xprivacy blocked your personal or very sensitive data and it gives Fake or never gives any privacy data to relevant seeking apps.
This application will help you to install , the ultimate, yet easy to use, privacy manager. There are several data categories which can be restricted, for example contacts or location. Even if the manual installation is difficult that's fine, but it shouldn't be a wild goose chase. There's a very large readme file, a quick search for lollipop and manual doesn't look useful either. Then install it to your device. Might take a few months but once it has become compatible, first thing I will be doing is installing this.
Amazing I swear I was going to switch to ios because though their system is closed they have high privacy settings without much user input. Don't know what I did without this X privacy is a superb piece of work. It can soft brick your device. Thanks to the Flashify and Installer apps here for their help. You can see list of options to restrict permission.
This man is from 31st century. Please please please please pleeeeeeeeeeease keep this app active till your last breath as I know that I can never ever find any alternative to this. Similarly, restricting an application's access to your location will send a fake location to that application. This Xposed app will secure your privacy data from the apps that leek. Although now I realize that it takes much of your effort. I'll try installing it again when I have more time. Please keep in mind this is no easy task for any Dev.
. I will pay for this even if it's a one off. For example, if you restrict access to contacts for an application, this will result in sending an empty contact list to the application. Good instructions and help links. No one in this world is that intelligent who can make even 10 percent of this. Then you will see all the permissions that the app will need. Major difference to the rest out there.
Easy documentation is important, hence the 2 stars. For example, if you restrict an application's access to contacts, that application will receive an empty contacts list. So Xprivacy will gives empty contact list to that app. Download Xposed framework from clicking given link. Acceptable The app works hassle free. Why does this app need another app to work? Would love to be able to use this but sadly Xposed is incompatible with my phone. Then go to Framework section in Xposed installer.
Make sure you have rooted your device. Scan Stats: failure:0 harmless:0 malicious:0 suspicious:0 timeout:0 type-unsupported:11 undetected:60 Name:-root--x-privacy-installer-app-for-android. Ofc I got the licenses when they were in. Apk scan results Apk Scaned By TotalVirus Antivirus,biz. You can stop permissions easily.
Follow those instructions and you can install it. But you can't hobble the app because it's needs experience. Nonetheless much needed mobile functionality and permission control at an app level. Because you can control permissions as you wish by using Xprivacy app. I can sleep safe knowing my data is safe from prying eyes.
I have recently started using his app but now will be using it forever but I still can't believe that there can be an app like this exist. To install this app you need rooted android device and Xposed framework or Cydia Substrate. Complicated but thorough functionality It has a steep learning curve, and you may find you have to reset an apps settings a few times before you settle on the ideal permissions. Then those apps that are seeking your contacts cannot be access to your contacts. Some Block your data but this gives fake info so the apps your blocking still works.