Requirements: Android 2.3.3+, ROOT, Xposed Framework
Overview: The ultimate, yet easy to use, privacy manager
XPrivacy can prevent applications from leaking privacy sensitive data. XPrivacy can restrict the categories of data an application can access. This is done by feeding an application with no or fake data.
There are several data categories which can be restricted, for example contacts or location. For example, if you restrict access to contacts for an application, this will result in sending an empty contact list to the application. Similarly, restricting an application's access to your location will result in a fake location being sent to the application.
- Xposed version 2.6+ is required
- From version 2.1.20 batch operations (toggle restrictions for multiple applications) require a pro license
---- I have put more than 2000 hours into developing and supporting XPrivacy so far. The reason for accepting donations is to keep myself motivated to keep doing this. Unfortunately the number of donations is quite low and thus not very motivating. So, don't start complaining about this change, but instead think about supporting this huge project. You can still fully protect your privacy with all the free features of XPrivacy. I have made a promise that you will always be able to do so and I intent to keep this promise.
- Please send the support info when XPrivacy asks for it
Version 2.0.19 STABLE
Fixed handling of removeActivityUpdates
* Install Xposed Installer, Open it. Press Install/Update;
* Install XPrivacy, enable it on Xposed Installer;
* Reboot device.
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