Permission Manger Samsung One UI 3.0

New Android version usually comes with lots of new features. One of these features on Samsung Galaxy devices with the One UI update is the Permission Manager.

I really love the Permission manger as its a single convenient place to see all your devices main areas of privacy control and manage them as it relates to app access. This includes stuff like : Camera, Contacts, Location,Microphone, Call Logs and more.

See the Video Tutorial:

Here is my video tutorial and guide on the new feature and how to use it.

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So did you find the video informative? Below is the written directions in case you need that.

How to Control App Permissions on Samsung Galaxy?

Below is a break down of how to find and use the new Samsung One UI 3 feature and more.

1.Go ahead and select settings.

2.Scroll through the settings options and select; Privacy.

3.Now at the top of the menu select: Permission Manager.

4.Finally go ahead and choose a appropriate permission listed e.g. Camera.

5.Listed are all the Apps that permission is allowed for all the time, While the App is in Use and those that are denied.

6.Choose a App that’s Allowed or Allowed while in use and click it. Now go ahead and Deny it if its not necessary to have that permission. You can even renable or allow from here again if you change your mind.

That’s it you can now choose another permission to Call logs, Microphone etc. and control which apps has access.

What did you think?

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