Yup! Google will keep Android users safe from unused apps; Thats Not the secret.

Yup! Google will keep Android users safe from unused apps; Thats Not the secret.

Recently one app was accessing my camera while I was alone at home and dancing on a SONG, like a crazy guy. That's what we all did. Lmao.

Recently one app was accessing my camera while I was alone at home and dancing on a SONG, like a crazy guy. That's what we all did. Lmao.

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Before we move on, A HUMBLE REQUEST.

Think WHAT IF VIDEO GETS VIRAL? Anyways, Google Solving this problem with this secret.

Google is making a significant change to how Play Protect works, automatically removing permissions for unused apps.

According to Statista, 25% of apps downloaded by mobile users are only used once and never again.

According to Statista, 25% of apps downloaded by mobile users are only used once and never again.

Google is now addressing that with a Google Play Protect update that will remove permissions from apps that have gone unused for some time.

Google is now addressing that with a Google Play Protect update that will remove permissions from apps that have gone unused for some time.

Play Protect will now help protect devices from unused apps as well. Android 11 and later already had this feature, removing unused apps’ abilities to access the camera, microphone, and more for some time. With this latest update, Android 10 and earlier will also benefit from the protection.

Play Protect will now help protect devices from unused apps as well. Android 11 and later already had this feature, removing unused apps’ abilities to access the camera, microphone, and more for some time. With this latest update, Android 10 and earlier will also benefit from the protection.

Obviously, there are some apps that must always have permission to access Android and device functionality.

Obviously, there are some apps that must always have permission to access Android and device functionality.

Users who want to see which of their apps will have their permissions revoked can open the Play Store, tap their profile, and select “Play Protect.” The apps slated for permission removal will be listed under “Removing permissions for unused apps.”

Users who want to see which of their apps will have their permissions revoked can open the Play Store, tap their profile, and select “Play Protect.” The apps slated for permission removal will be listed under “Removing permissions for unused apps.”

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Kunal Kashyap, Backdroid.com

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