how to turn off ask permission for apps

# How to Turn Off Ask Permission for Apps in Markdown Language

Are you tired of constantly being prompted to allow app permissions on your device? If so, you can turn off ask permission for apps in markdown language by following these simple steps:

## Step 1: Open Developer Options

1. Go to your device’s settings.
2. Scroll down and find the “About phone” or “About device” option.
3. Locate the “Build number” or “Software information” option.
4. Tap on the option multiple times, until you see a message saying “You are now a developer!”

## Step 2: Enable USB Debugging

1. Go back to the main settings menu.
2. Scroll down and locate the “Developer options” or “System” option.
3. Toggle on “USB debugging” by tapping on the option.

## Step 3: Install ADB

1. Download ADB (Android Debug Bridge) for your computer.
2. Run the installation file and follow the on-screen instructions.
3. Connect your device to your computer using a USB cable.
4. Open a command prompt or terminal on your computer and enter the command “adb devices” to check if your device is connected properly.

## Step 4: Disable Ask Permission for Apps

1. In the command prompt or terminal, enter the command “adb shell pm list permissions -g” to list all permissions on your device.
2. Locate the permission you want to disable and note its name.
3. Enter the command “adb shell pm revoke [permission name] [package name]” to disable the permission for the specific app.
4. Replace [permission name] with the permission you want to disable and [package name] with the package name of the app you want to disable the permission for. You can find the package name with a quick Google search for the app.

There you have it! With these simple steps, you can turn off ask permission for apps on your device, giving you more control over what information apps can access. Remember to use caution when disabling permissions and only disable them for apps you trust.

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