Apart from that, I would like to learn from your very well written app and experiment with it. If you wish, I can make the git repository private.
I have just released beta version 0.21 in the Xposed repository.
enabled phone data and sensor restrictions again ( @EinsteinXXL you might want to close your XDA thread)
added identification restriction
added fake location settings (requires installing pro app, you will be guided through this automatically)
small improvements and minor bug fixes (actually a lot of them)
updated libraries (Glide)
See here for details on existing and new restrictions.
Although not clearly visible in the changelog, I have spent a big part of my weekend building a pro companion app to set fake values. I have tested it thoroughly, but that isn't a guarantee it will work correctly for everybody. Just report any problem you experience and I will try to fix it.
I am not sure that this is the right place to talk about it, because I do not want to raise any further controversy, but because you asked, I will clarify it. Sure, XprivacyLua is really a better replacement, because it is much easier to use, is expandable by script and covers the latest APIs. But is has also a lack of funktions. By this I mean the integration of network restrictions (java code or lua script) or a selection of individual data items of a category and a proactive protection. The last means that when an app wants to access data items, the user will informed and can decide whether or not to allow access. Apart from that, I would like to learn from your very well written app and experiment with it. If you wish, I can make the git repository private.
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