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About 2 years have past since a similar question was posted so here goes again;

Are there any flashlight apps that just turn on the LED without asking for all sorts of suspicious permissions like;

Network communication
view network connections
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receive data from Internet
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read phone status and identity
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modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
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retrieve running apps
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take pictures and videos
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change system display settings
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How about the built in widget?

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How about the built in widget?
I don't see it in my widget list. Is it a downloadable widget?
 
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I use the xposed module that turns it on when you hold volume up while the screen is off, for me it's much more convenient than an app or the quicksettings widget.
 
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On stock the widget is called assistive light.

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I don't see it in my widget list. Is it a downloadable widget?
It's called assistive light

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About 2 years have past since a similar question was posted so here goes again;

Are there any flashlight apps that just turn on the LED without asking for all sorts of suspicious permissions like;

Network communication
view network connections
full network access
view Wi-Fi connections
receive data from Internet
Phone calls
read phone status and identity
Storage
modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
Your applications information
retrieve running apps
Camera
take pictures and videos
Development tools
change system display settings
System tools
modify system settings
test access to protected storage
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...rto.flashlight

It just needs camera permissions to turn on the flash

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