How to install X-Privacy App On Rooted Device and Features [Full Easy Guide for Newbies]

What is X-Privacy?
XPrivacy can prevent applications from leaking privacy-sensitive data by restricting the categories of data an application can access. XPrivacy feeds applications fake data or no data at all. It can restrict several data categories, such as contacts or location. For example, if you restrict an application's access to contacts, that application will receive an empty contacts list (don't try this with the contacts application itself without a backup). Similarly, restricting an application's access to your location will send a fake location to that application.

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X-Privacy Android App

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Features :

  • Simple to use
  • No need to patch anything (no source, no smali or anything else)
  • For any stock variant of Android version 4.0.3 - 5.1.1 (ICS, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop)
  • Newly installed applications are restricted by default
  • Displays data actually used by an application
  • Option to restrict on demand
  • Free and open source
  • Free from advertisements

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Steps to Install X- Privacy:

1. Requirements:

  • Android version 4.0.3 - 5.1.1 (ICS, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop); verify via System Settings > About phone > Android version
2. If you haven't already, root your device; the rooting procedure depends on your device's brand and model.
3. Enable System settings > Security > Unknown sources

4. Install the Xposed framework
5. Download and install XPrivacy from here

  • Download X-Privacy pro [cracked] from here

6. Enable XPrivacy in the Xposed installer

  • Xposed installer >> Modules >> Tick mark the X-privacy app

7. Reboot Your Device.