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BigJas

Anyone had success with PDroid (permission manager app)

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You can find it here

http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1357056

Didn't work for me (I'm using Paul's customised ROM GR2 B888 - swapped partitions). The phone wouldn't reboot after applying the patch. I was wondering if anyone had got it working on their G300?

Warning: The "undo" update.zip generated by the patcher didn't work for me. Neither did the CWM backup I made before hand. In the end, reapplying Paul's update.zip fixed it. YMMV.

In case this sounds like I know what I'm doing, I don't :)

Edit: spelling

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I use Lbe privacy app free on market.

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Hi

I did try that but the traffic (wi-fi & 3G) monitoring section didn't work correctly for me. I could see total volume increase but when listing the apps indiividually some wheren't shown e.g. web browser. I'll probably go back to LBE Privacy eventually.

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I thought I would post this here as it follows the same vein as PDroid but works for ICS. I have it installed on Infusion mod and it works well.

It replaces superuser and gives control over both root access and phone permissions such as device id, imei and contact access.

Screenshot_2012-05-20-12-28-27.png

See the thread below for more info and download link:

http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1663222

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Thanks Cyda. Looks promising

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