Adv Permission Manager (Pro) allows you to manage permissions installed from installed apps. You can remove permissions that may not be needed to run in some apps. (that you choose) of one or more applications and decide when and where it will apply these operations.
Good Looking UI
Small in size and very lightweight
No ads or bloatware
The app can view all permission from installed apps on your phone or tablet
Change all apps settings easily
Extract APK of any app in just one tap without ROOT access
The app you to Uninstall any app with one tap
Do you concern about the permission of some apps? Advanced Permission Manager is a permission management tool designed to resolve your concern
Are You Concerned about the permission of some apps?
Advanced Permission Manager is a permission management tool designed to resolve your concern. This tool is able to browse permissions of installed apps and generate various permissions reports (such as which apps have permissions of an automatic startup, sending SMS, etc). Most importantly, it allows us to remove permissions of apps and apk files WITHOUT ROOT access. Keep your mobile secure and private from malicious apps, freely remove the permission you do not trust, then try Advanced Permission Manager!
Adv Permission Manager Pro version includes
No ads and no extra permissions are used
The app Provides functions of removing any sections/components in the manifest.
Revised apps are managed by the pro version.
Less than 1MB in size and has a very small footprint using very few system resources
Can be useful to remove ad permissions and used with lucky patcher can be useful and a quick way to MOD for less advanced users.
It creates a backup folder for newly created apps and saves the original settings to the original before changes are applied. (Best found with file manager apps)
It’s not possible to be able to remove every single permission in every app, this can depend if it has already been modded or if it’s an official app that has checks in place that can break this feature
Removing permissions can sometimes break an app, especially on Android 11 + systems