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Is there a way to get app Ops on preview Android L?
 
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i think thats a goner but I do know xprivacy will be updated for Android L. Its much better than App Ops for a very small amount.
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i think thats a goner but I do know xprivacy will be updated for Android L. Its much better than App Ops for a very small amount.
That requires xposed correct? If so I have read somewhere that he won't update it until Google releases the final version of Art I tried 2 different apps from the playsotore but no luck..

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That requires xposed correct? If so I have read somewhere that he won't update it until Google releases the final version of Art I tried 2 different apps from the playsotore but no luck..

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yep it requires xposed. I just tried installing it but its not compatible yet. If I find something, I will keep you posted.
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yep it requires xposed. I just tried installing it but its not compatible yet. If I find something, I will keep you posted.
App Ops works fine on Android L. Tested using my personal superuser mod that includes app ops, didn't change any of the code that worked fine on 4.4, so one of the other methods will surely work.
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App Ops works fine on Android L. Tested using my personal superuser mod that includes app ops, didn't change any of the code that worked fine on 4.4, so one of the other methods will surely work.
really? I am going to try it now! Thanks
 
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really? I am going to try it now! Thanks
The main difference is, I have baked the App Ops stuff into a Superuser apk which I have in /system/priv-app in my ROM. It's not a simple shortcut like a lot of the App Ops enabler apps.

Found via a quick Google: https://github.com/theblixguy/AppOps/tree/master/apk

Seems like this guy basically did the same thing. So grab the apk, push to /system/priv-app, set permissions to 664 (he recommends 777 which is not necessary but will also work), and reboot (might not even need to reboot).
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The main difference is, I have baked the App Ops stuff into a Superuser apk which I have in /system/priv-app in my ROM. It's not a simple shortcut like a lot of the App Ops enabler apps.

Found via a quick Google: https://github.com/theblixguy/AppOps/tree/master/apk

Seems like this guy basically did the same thing. So grab the apk, push to /system/priv-app, set permissions to 664 (he recommends 777 which is not necessary but will also work), and reboot (might not even need to reboot).
Thanks! I will try this tonight. Hopefully everything should go well . My phone is rooted running L.
 
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Thanks! I will try this tonight. Hopefully everything should go well . My phone is rooted running L.
Someone has made it(by installing a shortcut-apk into /system/priv-app/ )

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....apppermission

There will be no difficulty for the AppOpsXposed to support L provided that Xposed works on the ART-only L.

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