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From: Dean Pierce (pierce403gmail.com)
Date: Thu Apr 05 2012 - 16:52:02 CDT
>> You must accept them all or bail;
>> and for this I feel the model is a fail.
> Yes, most definitely. And there is nothing to revoke a permission
> after installation. But that's a different complaint (err, story).
It's surprising how many people haven't noticed this awesome feature
in CyanogenMod, but check out
Settings > CyanogenMod settings > Application
and you will notice a setting called "Permission management"
Checking that will allow you to revoke specific permissions of a given
app from the Settings > Applications > Manage applications menu.
Yes it would be nice if this was upstreamed to AOSP, so it would have
a chance of making its way out to the OEMs, but I figure that rooting
is so dead simple these days that anyone who really cares about that
level of granularity will already be running CyanogenMod.
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