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With this app you could prevent apps to receive broadcasts, e.g. "SD-card inserted" oder "W-Lan connected".
All with Android-18 shipped broadcast actions are integrated. Others will be collected from time to time and marked with an exclamation sign.
Technical limiation: Actions wich are only sent and not received by any app could not be found.
Changed settings are applied after a reboot. For BOOT_COMPLETED please use the App BootManager.
To restrict system apps you have to donate.

Your device has to be rooted to install the required X-posed framework:

Donator-App & Features:

Recently changed in this version

Show count of sub items in the main lists
Better recognition of systen apps

Comments and ratings for ReceiverStop
  • (27 stars)

    by Michael T. Delgado on 25/02/2015

    It works but the high ram usage is bugging me. Highest resident usage of all my apps.

  • (27 stars)

    by Avner Averman on 20/10/2014

    unlike others, this one actually works and it's entirely free unless you want to support the devs (which they deserve).

  • (27 stars)

    by Russ OhMy on 10/08/2014

    Doesn't work on S3, rooted with xprivacy 2.6+

  • (27 stars)

    by sbcontt on 19/06/2014

    Can't catch system apps and Google apps. I purchased the donate and still no system app so refunded. Silly donation is losing its meaning just like ads and becoming similarly annoying.

  • (27 stars)

    by Dmitry Burashnikov on 21/01/2014

    great app to deal with Google location collection battery drain

  • (27 stars)

    by Do No Evil on 19/01/2014

    Despite what one other user has said I'm running the Pro Version of XPrivacy and your app has invasive permissions. My SIM Network ISO and my GSM Operator are actively harvested - these are just two of a list of permissions your app does not need to function. I've installed several of your apps and have noticed (via XPrivacy) a trend of excessive and invasive permissions.

  • (27 stars)

    by Kacey Avellone on 03/11/2013

    Your xposed modules are the best! (they could use some updated icons, though) :-)

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