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[ROOT] ProtectMyPrivacy (PMP)

[ROOT] ProtectMyPrivacy (PMP)

Category: Tools | Version: 2.0.1
Developer: SynergyLabs @ CMU | Size: 2.99MB | Updated:02-14
ProtectMyPrivacy (PMP) is the most complete, secure privacy managing application for Android. Now available for Android, ProtectMyPrivacy for iOS has hundreds of thousands of users.
Features of ProtectMyPrivcy(PMP) Android:
√ Get notifications whenever an application that you're using accesses data on your device (Location, Phone Identifiers, Call logs, Contacts, Calendar, Messages, Notifications etc.)
√ Choose how you want the app to access your privacy data. (Options: Allow, Deny, Fake, Ask)
√ Control access by application as well as third-party library.
√ Easily accessible privacy controls from within PMP, or through scroll-down notifications during app usage
√ Scroll between your list of 'Protected', 'System' as well as 'Unprotected' Apps to see what data accesses the apps that you've installed are currently accessing
√ Attractive icons and views that quickly orientate you what types of data your application is accessing
√ Real-time interactive warning mechanism that notifies you whenever an app requires the use of privacy data
PMP runs only on rooted devices running Android 4.1.
Set up your phone :
1. Requires a rooted Android device (http://www.androidcentral.com/root offers rooting instructions for many phones).
2. Check that you have root access on your device. Using a root checker: e.g. (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.joeykrim.rootcheck&hl=en) is a good way to check.
2. Download and install the xposed framework (http://repo.xposed.info/module/de.robv.android.xposed.installer).
a. For further help on installing on Android 4.x, checkout this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed/xposed-installer-versions-changelog-t2714053
b. For further help on installing on Android 5.x/6.0, checkout this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=3034811
4. Install the PMP application.
Activating PMP:
5. Go to the xposed applications, select modules. You should see PMP listed. Check the box next to PMP.
6. Select the framework tab within xposed, and select soft restart. A power off and on will also work.
7. Once your phone restarts, go to PMP. You should see a list of applications! If so, PMP is working.
For any questions and/or further information, you can visit www.android.protectmyprivacy.org or email us at [email protected] (Please include Android in the subject line)

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