Tips change the permissions of Android applications that have been installed

Android system always displays a list of aliases request permission required when an application will be installed from the Google Play Store. The list of permissions is supposed to be very important, because it deals with the data in your gadget, including even such sensitive data such as contacts and requests to access your location.

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Therefore, it is better if you read it carefully one by one the permissions that are required to maintain the security of your own data. Unfortunately, most users want to read a list of permissions that are sometimes quite long and prefer to simply click the “Install” button.

However, the permission itself is so concerned with its application. If one of its permissions disabled, sometimes an application so it can not be installed. So the choice, if it does not agree with the demand for its permissions, you can not use that application. With these considerations, most people choose fixed install applications although somewhat mind the “condition” of his.

Well, if by chance you want to re-evaluate which applications are roughly considered potentially take up too much of your personal data, good follow the simple tips below. Fun, you do not need to uninstall and then install another application that you “suspect” only to see the list of its permissions. Therefore, there is an easy way to see a list of permissions of all the applications already installed on your gadget. How something like this:

  1. Go to the menu Settings> Apps> Downloaded.
  2. You should see a list of all the applications installed in the gadget.
  3. Click the application that you want to see a list of its permissions.
  4. A list of permissions in the bottom of the application details page.
  5. You can click on any “permissions” to display a brief description of its permissions.

Once you find the permissions were deemed harmful, then how do I change it? Please continue reading this article.

If permission can immediately see you do, there are other ways to replace it, namely by taking the help of other applications. For this purpose, try to install the application “Advanced Permission Manager” which can be downloaded for free from the Play Store.

On the menu of the application, you can display the applications based on the type of permissions by selecting the option “Apps by permission”, or can also instantly display all existing applications by clicking the option “All Apps”.

Click on the application of the existing list. Then click on the tab “Permission” to see a list of permissions. To disable permissions, right click on check. As for the store changes its permissions, click the button “Save & Re-Install” at the bottom.

For the record, not all permissions can be changed here. But at least, these applications become the easiest way to change the permissions without the need to root your Android system.