No app like this one Works great...million times better than a permissions manager. Getting the pro key is hoop jumping...just say "I don't know" on all the splash screens, get a temporary pro key, wait 2 hrs THEN (don't touch any other buttons) when it says "press any button" ONLY press the "permanent" button. Then done. Well worth the effort.
I didn't know a Pro license was available Please support this dev! Although it doesn't work without severely limiting caveats on Lollipop, XPrivacy has helped me protect my family's privacy for awhile. I hope it makes a successful leap to Lollipop so I can use it again but I'm buying this now because I should have long ago.
The most important app i have When it comes to improving the privacy of your phone, this is the best app out there by far! A shame that so few people are backing this project. A huge thank you to the developer! I hope that you can/will keep up the exellent work!
My favorite Privacy App!!!! Thank you again for all of your hard work!! EDIT 1: You are correct, that was my mistake. Thank You again for creating the best app ever made for Android. EDIT 2: Still going strong all these months later!! I never have any issues with XPrivacy on this Snapdragon Note 4 regardless of the ROM I use.
👌💓 Words can't describe how useful this app is - a game requiring Internet access, while not needing it? Nope! Facebook checking on your location? How about no. The crowd sourced restrictions page isn't far from genius. I find it hilarious how so many apps have only 3 out of ~20 permissions approved, by over 80% of people who have submitted them - really gives you an idea on how much bs apps collect. Running out of characters - TL;DR: buy it. Best dev ever. 👌
Hate the Pro license feature, but love the apk Anyone who cares about permissions is going to make sure you get paid for your work...and you've clearly done a lot. Thank you. Perhaps a more visual method of PROOF to selected changes is desirable, but I've been generally satisfied with the consistency of apk crashes after denying specific requests to believe the other not so verifiable changes have been implemented as well. I probably won't bother with this license process till needed, seems slightly obnoxious.