10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- User-friendly UX
- Runs smoothly
- Just "unlocks" App Ops. Needs extra features
App Ops is a system settings app which allows you to revoke permissions one-by-one
From Android 4.3 on, there's a built-in feature called App Ops, which is a permissions manager that lets you revoke them one by one, while keeping the app installed. Obviously some of those permissions are needed for the app to run properly. Some of them aren't. If you can identify those questionable permissions, you can now disable/enable them from App Ops.
App Ops is a hidden system app which means that it requires following some steps to "unlock" it. App Ops 4.3 / 4.4 KitKat by Lars Team does it for you. You just need to download the app and let it do everything automatically.
Just swipe to navigate through categories (location, personal, messaging, device), select any app you want to enable/disable permissions and tap on it. There you'll see all permissions listed and toggles to switch them on/off. That easy.
if you want work on android 4.4.2 ,you device need rooted,
if your device is android 4.4.2,first launch need root auth,then reboot.
reboot completed you can use AppOps!
Works on Android 4.3 or higher
App permissions manager
If you want to uninstall this app,you can use this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.findsdk.apppermission.uninstall
or delete /system/priv-app/AppOps.apk
Tips: App icon design by Sing Chu. Thanks very much.
V.1.7 Support Android L
V.1.5 Support Android 4.4.2 KitKat
V.1.4 Change App Name and Icon
V1.3 Support Android 4.4 KitKat
V.1.2 fix launch animation
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Does require root. Nexus 5 with 4.4.4 works.
work nice on Nexus 5 4.4.4 with art！
This app needs your call history. Seriously. ...... 1/5 rating because of that. Will uninstall now..
Requires unnecessary permissions. If this app simply opened up app ops it wouldn't require any permissions but it requires call history and other things to be available. Also its size is huge compared to other app ops launchers. Be wary.
Rooted Samsung galaxy s3 running 4.32 gives a message my device isn't supported. What kind of garbage is this that a very popular model that is rooted isn't supported
all of my apps were under control finally,