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App Ops is a framework inside Android which allows the permissions of individual apps to be tweaked. Android was built with an app permission system and when you install an app they are asked to agree to the permissions that the app requests. If you decline then the app isn’t installed. It is an all or nothing situation. The App Ops functionality, when exposed via any one of the handy apps in the Play Store, allows users to change the permissions of an app.

What App Ops does is allow a user to revoke an individual permission for an app. If you are running Android 4.3, Android 4.4.0 or Android 4.4.1 then App Ops is still accessible. If you upgraded to Android 4.4.2 then Google has slammed the door shut. It is still possible to access App Ops on 4.4.2 if your phone is rooted and you install the Xposed Framework for Android 4.4. Alternatively apps like App Ops X can do some of the installation for you, but again only if your phone has root access.

I been trying to figure it out havent so far but i only tried for ten minutes. My game is free fire and it can detect gg and comes up with MTP warning. let me know if this works for you.

Heres the web address of where i got this info at.

https://www.androidauthority.com/app-ops-need-know-324850/

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ok guys i was wrong and i figured it out now. heres how i did for a game called free fire. but it will work for others too.

Just now, Stne said:

i figured it out took me an hour or so.

forget anything dealing with  ad ops or any other thing that is recommended.  what Im about to say works only on rooted devices. 

You have to install Xprivacy by M66b. This application does require you to install or have installed the xposed framwork on your device in order to work. As Lenn said:

Through the Xprivacy application you can get access to all permissions for each application from just simple camera or mic permissions to the somewhat dangerous android system permissions. Once you get it completely set up you will see a list of all applications. picture number 1.

you will click on freefire picture number 2

first off forgot, you need to make sure you have selected expert mode in settings and saved it. picture 3.

while on freefire permission scroll down to system and click the check boxpic 4

then as lenn mentioned before, check the boxes under system that say getinstalledaplications, getrunningservices and getinstalledpackages. pic 5 and 6

then you can play but you may or may not have to redo these steps everytime.

for more details and info here are some links that helped me.

GitHub

https://github.com/M66B/XPrivacy#brief-tutorial

XDA Developers

https://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed/modules/xprivacy-ultimate-android-privacy-app-t2320783

 

to download xposed:

https://repo.xposed.info/module/de.robv.android.xposed.installer

to find x privacy on the link above click the modules tab and type xprivacy on the search bar

heres also the download link: 

biz.bokhorst.xprivacy_v481_ea5be7.apk

 

Let me know if it works or doesnt work for you.

also, for your iformormation im using jellybean android 4.3 so consider that as you may face problems with the newer devices because it becomes hard to access the permissions.

 

 

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