Android M To Introduce Granular Permission Control Remember App Ops? Back in Jelly Bean 4.3, the feature could be accessed by resourceful users to switch on or off permissions for individual apps. By KitKat 4.4.2, the feature was completely hidden from users. Google's explanation was that App Ops was never meant for public consumption - it was devised for internal debugging only. But users had gotten a taste of granular app permission controls and wanted more. After some rumblings earlier this month, we've seen information suggesting that - with Android M - that wish may be fulfilled after all. Disclaimer: No matter the confidence level, there's always a chance product updates, features, and some or all details will be changed or cancelled altogether. We do not have possession of any APKs we can distribute or unreleased devices, so please don't ask for them. Confidence level We'll give this rumor a confidence rating of 9/10. The rumor From our information it seems that Google wants to decouple permission acceptance from app installs.
WriteComics.com - Create your own comics! How Many Tall? How to Manage App Permissions on Android 6.0 Google’s finally done it. Android 6.0 Marshmallow includes a new, iOS-style permission system for new apps. You can also manually revoke permissions from any app — even ones designed for old versions of Android. You don’t need to root, install a custom ROM, or switch to an iPhone to do this anymore. Android finally has the app permission system it should have had all along. Android’s New Permission System Apps designed for Android 6.0 will now ask for a permission when they need it. But you can manually manage any app’s permissions, even if it was designed for an older version of Android and doesn’t normally ask you. Manage a Single App’s Permissions To do this, you’ll need Android 6.0 Marshmallow or a newer version on your device. Open the Settings app and tap “Apps” under the Device heading to get started. You’ll see a list of all the apps installed on your Android device. This will take you to the new “App permissions” screen. View and Manage All App permissions.
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The complete list of 'OK, Google' commands With Google Now, you can use voice commands to create reminders, get help with trivia questions, and, yes, even find out "what does the fox say?" And, with today's update from Google, the voice assistant's reponse will sound more natural than ever. (Though, of all the voice assistants, Google Now was already the most natural-sounding one.) If you can't get enough of talking to your phone (or your Android Wear watch), we put together a long list of OK, Google commands to help you get more done with just your voice. OK, Google There are two ways to say a command. With newer Android devices, just say "OK Google," followed by a question or task. If "OK, Google" isn't working for you, make sure that feature is enabled. The (almost) complete list of Google commands We searched high and low for a complete list of "OK Google" commands, but came up short. If you know of a command missing from our list, please leave a comment and we will be sure to included it. The basics Open [app name]. Search Travel
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 5 of The Most Popular Student Interactives to Use in Your Class April 29, 2017 One of our favourite resources for student interactives is ReadWriteThink. It provides a wide variety of educational materials to help teachers make the best of technology in their teaching and to enhance students learning. Check out this section to view ReadwriteThink tools we have reviewed so far. In today’s post, we are sharing with you the five most popular students interactives in ReadwRiteThink as rated by the site itself. These are tools you can use in different literacy learning activities in class to help students ‘ accomplish a variety of goals—from organizing their thoughts to learning about language—all while having fun.’ 1- Story Map ‘The Story Map interactive includes a set of graphic organizers designed to assist teachers and students in prewriting and postreading activities. 2- Plot Diagram ‘The Plot Diagram is an organizational tool focusing on a pyramid or triangular shape, which is used to map the events in a story.
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GPS Status - MobiWIA Before you start: If you have problems with the GPS receiver (no lock), or issues with the sensors (wrong compass orientation etc.), please read the FAQ. The FAQ contains a lot of useful information about possible problems, use cases etc. GPS Status & Toolbox is a simple program to show all the GPS and sensor data of your phone. It is designed to be simple, yet effective. The program has four screens plus it can display a system notification to show GPS data. Status - display for all your raw dataRadar - for basic off-road navigationLocations - for your stored locations (only in PRO version)Settings - for customizing units, display properties The screen has three main parts: The sky grid (G), the signal strength bar (V) and the instrument panels. The sky grid (G) shows the GPS satellites above you as the receiver in the phone detects them. Usually at least 4 satellites are required to have a GPS lock. Magnetic compasses are inherently inaccurate.