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Full Internet Access App Permission


Tuesday 21st of February 2012 / androidforums.com
Hi all My apologies for this thread also being in the Android Lounge as well. I have a couple of questions and thought this might be the right place to come for some help.I paid for and downloaded and installed a app from Android Market which is used to check what permissions each app has that is installed on my Android device it is called Doctor Permission. The app has just one permission it's self being the following- --------------------------------------------------------------------------NETWORK COMMUNICATIONFULL INTERNET ACCESSAllows an application to create network sockets.--------------------------------------------------------------------------Could a app with just this one permission like Full Internet Access cause any real harm to my device ?Or does it require other permissions like read contact info or system logs etc to possibly become a problem app.? Could it require the internet connection because of license checking.? Cheers
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Is There An App to Block Internet Access for Some Applications?


Tuesday 30th of October 2012 / android.net
I am paying for data per mb means that usage of a single KB of data costs me. when i open a website using opera mini some other application starts running and eating my data. i have disabled sync , i have disabled background data. but still some applications use my data. i want some application to restrict system and user installed application from accessing data except opera mini.Kind regards.
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Wifi Connected but No Internet Access


Saturday 19th of March 2011 / forums.androidcentral.com
I've been battling this problem ever since I got my AT&T Captivate. I have had trouble getting internet access over the wireless connection at my work. I have had this challenge with two different routers. One was a Linksys, and the current one is an Apple Router. I can connect to the Wifi, but I don't get internet access. I have an app on my phone called "Ping" and I can ping my Windows 7 desktop, but no Internet. When I was on Android 2.1 I could boot to recovery, clear the cache and it would work until I left the office for anything. I could have it working, leave for lunch, come back and it would not be working again. I have 2.2 on my Captivate now and it doesn't work at all. Other people in my office have no problem with connecting to the Wifi, whether it be iPhones, Blackberries, or laptops. It seems to only be affecting Android phones. Mine is not the only one with the problem. Another piece of information that might be interesting is that on my laptop I had a dual boot of Ubuntu and Windows 7 x64. When booted into Windows, the internet worked fine, but when logg
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Next Issue Media Android app now available, offers access to 32 magazines


Wednesday 04th of April 2012 / androidauthority.com
Condé Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp., and Time Inc. are five of the most important US print publishers these days, so, when a while ago we heard they were joining forces into one mighty venture, we knew that we should expect something exciting.That something has finally materialized earlier today, in the form of an Android app for tablets that offers easy access  to no less than 32 magazines. The mags should cover pretty much all tastes and preferences, targeting men and women of all ages, formations, and professions.Some of the most important titles available on the Next Issue Media app are Sports Illustrated, Time, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, People, Fortune, Esquire, and Entertainment Weekly, but you can also get access to Sports Illustrated for Kids, Popular Mechanics, or People en Español, to name only three of the more “eccentric” titles on the list.This is, of course, a premium app and, as you may suspect already, you’ll have to pay a pretty “premium” price in order to get access to some of today’s most popular magazines. Prices start at ten bucks for su
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Better Keyboard and Full Internet Access


Thursday 10th of December 2009 / droidforums.net
When I first got my droid last week I downloaded and installed better keyboard. I found it was ok but not great. It had quirks like the T9 keyboard appearing at random clicks, some lag, and stability issues here and there. Overall I could use it after tinkering with the settings. I had bought it so I thought I'd just use it and hope the updates would make it better.Last night I was reading comments as I updated other applications and found that this particular app may now have full internet permission. Being the paranoid computer security guy I am, I un-installed the application. I read over more comments that begun to appear about it having full internet access.My question is can anyone else confirm that Better Keyboard does now have Full Internet Permission with the latest update? If so why would this application need it? If it doesn't, then how do we go about forcing it to change besides boycotting the application and getting word around to all users about the possibilities of this permission.I'm not trying to troll the developer or being a bastard, but I have serious concerns abo
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Music streaming Spotify app now available for Amazon’s Kindle Fire


Wednesday 08th of August 2012 / androidheadlines.com
 The music streaming service Spotify has released a version dedicated to Amazon’s Kindle Fire. Spotify is a streaming music service that gives you access to millions of songs and will be welcomed to the popular 7-inch tablet. You can pay a fee of $9.99 to access its premium features such as being able to listen to music with out the need of an internet connection. Other features include:Access to millions of songsListen offline no Internet connection required (Spotify Premium members only)Share music with your friendsCreate and sync playlistsSend the music you&#…Continue Reading HereMusic streaming Spotify app now available for Amazon’s Kindle FireMacky Evangelista – talkandroid.com
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Free internet access app ,introducing Yoho.


Sunday 23rd of June 2013 / androidforums.com
Hello guys,I'm the owner of a new application that let's you navigate with 0$balance on your phone.It took about 2-3 months to get ready and i kept private the app ,now it's ready to use for all android devices Program name:Yoho Program purpose:To navigate free on internet on all android devices .*Please for security purpose leave 0$ on your sim card.At the moment we are still working to bring on play store but you can download at freeyoho .com [Since im a new member i cant post links).The program has been confirmed to work in these countries: Albania[Kosovo] ,Pakistan ,Indonesia,Serbia,India new delhi,Ghana ,Switzerland,Iran ,france Egypt,Philippines.Please let me know your thoughts .
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app now requiring Internet access?


Sunday 04th of August 2013 / androidforums.com
why are my apps that don't show they need internet access suddenly not running without access? Is it just to verify I "own" them? I checked the permissions and Internet access is not one of them. Does this mean they won't work in places where I can't access the Internet? I downloaded most of them because of the lack of permissions. Thanks
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Tip - Monitor/Block your apps internet access


Wednesday 22nd of January 2014 / androidforums.com
Out of frustration with all the bloatware on my new GN2014 and the inability to disable most of them, particularly Flipboard which I personally dislike, I decided to do something about it.A forum search reveals people who want to block certain apps from accessing the internet for certain reasons but their device isn't rooted. Here's your answer.On Google Play, the app 'NoRoot Firewall' (Free) does the trick, if only to show you which apps try to access the internet. I installed it to check it out. It puts up a notification each time an app tries to access the Internet and when you tap the notification, it takes you to a screen where you can allow or block internet access by it.Of course, you should allow access for email and Google Play and other obvious ones. When 'My Magazine' aka Flipboard came up - BLOCK. A satisfied feeling resulted. No doubt there will be a few surprises like 'Cleanmaster'. Why exactly does a cleaning app need direct internet access? Oh, ads I suspect - BLOCKED. I'll be uninstalling that one anyway. It keeps warning me about low memory.If you only want to bloc
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Anyone know why myverizon app now requests root access?


Wednesday 16th of April 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
Do you grant or deny? Sent from my SCH-I605 using Tapatalk
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