Thursday, 28 May 2015

Android M will restore application permissions management function
Some media said, Android M may resume application privilege management functionality. Android Jelly Bean 4.3 on the system, users can use the "App Ops" open or close an application permission, but after the KitKat 4.4.2, Google will "turn off" this feature, the explanation is: software running system is only for internal debugging, and will not open to the public operation. And now, the function is back again.
Google will separate application permissions from the software, thereby, the user will not be allowed to install the software permissions. Here the meaning is to say, in installing the software, there will be a pop-up dialog box asking the user "whether to accept authority", on the other hand, in the setting of interface, users can choose whether to open or close the permissions.

This is for users, this is a good thing, after all, allows users to better control the application's behavior. However, for developers, if you are rejected by the user, you may not get the information you want.

With the I/O 2015 conference approaching, there are a lot of messages about Android M, Android M will focus on " improving the battery life and memory occupancy ". Because Android M improve application management has a lot of news, so this the news is feasible degree is higher. However, how specific, let us wait for the news conference.

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