PDroid 2.0 is the Most Advanced Tool for Managing App Permissions

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  • 13 Nov 2012
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  • As bad as it may sound, not all app developers can be trusted. There are at times moments when we install an app and wonder why would it need access to our SMS services. Some app makers take the time to explain, either on the Store or on their official webpage, what every permission is for. For the times you look at one apps permissions with uncertenty, you may want to give PDroid 2.0 a try.


    PDroid is without a doubt the most advanced tool for managing app permissions. Using it you will be able to individually restrict access to certain parts and services of the system in case of an app wanting to access them. The first release of PDroid is and has been available on the Play Store for some time. It requires root access and the installation method is not as easy as just installing the app. It requires a patch that can be either flashed using CWM Recovery or installed using the provided Windows tools.

    The new version of PDroid 2.0 is now only featured on XDA Developers for testing purposes. It will require that you go through the same complex installing procedure and provides certain features through patches only. Once you do manage to get it to work you will not need to worry about app permissions and privacy ever again. The interface provides fast means to allowing or blocking the apps from accessing certain sensitive data. Complete installing instructions can be found by hitting the source link. Don’t forget you need to own a rooted device else you will not be able to install it.

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    SOURCE: xda-developers
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