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Topic: Explain on resolutions of Android

All greetings, whether Correctly I understand, what if I give to application "Access to Photos/multimedia/files" it receives not an own sandbox with the gallery, and directly access to all my photos? If so it is absolutely not clear, what sense of system of the rights to Androide if every second application has unlimited access to the most my confidential data? Whether there is any protection against it? I want to deliver "State service" application, but it is not launched without notorious  "Access to Photos/multimedia/files". It is not launched At all, at start demands. I wish to give to application on API to cause the built in program "Camera" or to make an API call letUserToChooseFile (.), but here directly to allow to state employees to read all your files? And at the same time, that two times not to rise - and how affairs with insulation are in iOS? Whether the installed photoeditor can to rest all my gallery of pictures?

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Re: Explain on resolutions of Android

Hello, sharez, you wrote: S> All greetings, whether S> Correctly I understand, what if I give to application "Access to Photos/multimedia/files" it receives not an own sandbox with the gallery, and directly access to all my photos? S> if so it is absolutely not clear, what sense of system of the rights to Androide if every second application has unlimited access to the most my confidential data? Whether S> there is any protection against it? I want to deliver "State service" application, but it is not launched without notorious  "Access to Photos/multimedia/files". It is not launched At all, at start demands. I wish to give to application on API to cause the built in program "Camera" or to make an API call letUserToChooseFile (.) But here directly to allow to state employees to read all your files? It is a question to developers of application why they demand such resolutions, at that time when the necessary functional basically can be implemented without them, namely on type to cause the built in program "Camera" or to make an API call letUserToChooseFile (.) Most likely simply do not want  and whom it in the core does not soar, well and as though confidential data should be stored on another.

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Re: Explain on resolutions of Android

Hello, 8bit, you wrote: 8> well and as though confidential data should be stored on another. It is not so clear, how to me to store confidential photos? Besides at all I do not understand, why people suddenly started to consider the personal albums public.

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Re: Explain on resolutions of Android

Hello, sharez, you wrote: S> it is not so clear, how to me to store confidential photos? S> besides at all I do not understand, why people suddenly started to consider the personal albums public. Well, it is possible not to use for example application which demand access to them. To use any "" for this purpose, them for certain not the one ten is.

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Re: Explain on resolutions of Android

Generally, a jamb of developers of application for the similar rights, according to the documentation, it is necessary to request directly ahead of usage of the necessary functional (i.e.  the button, for example, "a " - and after the user produced the rights - to allow to select them. And it is correct to process a situation when the rights are not produced). Well or the second variant - State services try to make something directly on start. But anyway the "correct" application should show at first the message - the granted rights are necessary for what purposes for it. So I suppose - this dialogue on start - result fast  applications under  6 +.