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Android: How to grant temporary permissions to applications

We often install applications that we do not intend to use many times. You do not have to give these applications permanent access to your phone data. Android allows you to offer one-time permissions so that when apps remain idle they can no longer monitor you.

Temporary permissions, available for devices running Android 11 and later, may apply to applications receiving sensitive permissions such as camera and GPS.


If your phone has an older version of Android, you can take advantage of a paid app third party called Bouncer to set up disposable licenses. See below how you can use both options.

Assign temporary permissions to Android

When you launch an application for the first time on Android and it asks you accesses, The choices for the rights are three. Select "Only This Time" to approve a temporary license. This means that once you close this app, Android will automatically recall it and the app will ask you for access again the next time you open it.


To activate royalties Once for existing applications, go to Settings app> Apps & Notifications> See All Apps.


Locate the application whose permissions you want to edit.

Go to the "Permissions" section and select it permission that you want the application to request each time you use it, such as "Microphone" or "Camera".

Here, change the "Ask Every Time" setting.


Assign temporary permissions to Android with Bouncer

Once you have installed the Bouncer app on your Android phone or tablet, launch it and follow the on-screen instructions to configure it. service.

Now, every time you grant permission, Bouncer will send you a notification asking if you want to keep it or remove. If you need permission for a few minutes, you can click the "Schedule" button on the alert, which instructs the Bouncer to revoke it after a specified period of time.


By default, Bouncer remembers your habits. So when you ask the application to remove or maintain any license on one application, will automatically repeat the action next time. For example, if you always revoke access to the Uber app, Bouncer will do it for you next time.

If this feature is not available by default, you can enable it manually pressing it icon with the gear in the upper right corner of the Bouncer application and activating the "Auto Remove" option.




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