Android 12 has a lot of big and small changes. While the most notable external elements are specific to the Google Pixel phones, a few improvements nestled further below are arguably significant changes. Changes related to privacy protection are an example. Android 12 has many improvements in terms of privacy, one of which is the ‘Privacy Dashboard’ function. The privacy dashboard feature can be applied to any Android device if the user knows the trick.
Here’s how to use the privacy dashboard feature without installing Android 12.
Android 12 Privacy Dashboard, Meet with AppsThe secret to building a highly effective and strong privacy environment is ‘Privacy Dashboard’It is an app with a lot of talent. This app mimics ‘Privacy Monitoring’, one of the main privacy protection features of Android 12. Privacy Monitoring is a ‘one-stop’ dashboard feature that precisely monitors how numerous apps access sensitive information stored on the phone and gives users control.
The Android 12 feature the app mimics is also called the Privacy Dashboard. This app isn’t just inspired by Android 12, it’s pretty much the same.
Let’s take a look at the Android 12 privacy dashboard features.
Isn’t that cool? If you tap on an authorized app, such as location, camera, or recorder, on the screen, you can see an accurate timeline showing all app access and time information, as shown in Figure 2.
If you tap it once more, you can see the list of permitted apps as shown in
On the other hand, the privacy dashboard app UI is shown in
The great thing about privacy dashboard apps is that they are free to use. You can sponsor a developer with an in-app purchase, but for now, sponsoring doesn’t give you extra features, and there’s no benefit other than the warm feeling of helping others by paying only $3.
When it comes to privacy, this app requires some system-level access to function properly, which is a reasonable requirement. In addition, the developer explains exactly what it means to grant access on the App Play Store introduction page and the initial settings screen, and why it is needed. Also, if you’re concerned about what the Privacy Dashboard app will do with sensitive data, you can check the app info page in System Settings. You can see that you don’t have internet access, which means that this app has no way to steal your device information.
Many Android 12 privacy features require integration at the operating system level. Because you have to run restrictive software to allow access to apps from the start, and make sure that apps that have not been used for several months are completely shut down and cannot run as background processes. automatic shutdown systembecause you need this This is why Android updates in general are so important.
On the other hand, with the Privacy Dashboard app and related information access notifications, users don’t need to install Android 12 to enjoy a little bit more security. All you need is a privacy dashboard app with the right privacy features. Keep this in mind.
Source: ITWorld Korea by www.itworld.co.kr.
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