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I'm a Master's Candidate in Computer Science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. I received a B.A. in Geography with a focus on GIS.


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comment Are users always asked to accept application permissions?
It is the same functionality as hitting "Run" as an "Android Application" in Eclipse I believe, something the OS must recognize. The link you gave states exactly the information I was looking for under the section heading How Users Understand Third-Party Applications.
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comment Are users always asked to accept application permissions?
@ Matthew Read Thanks for the answer, I should have clarified that I was asking in the context of non-rooted phones. This question is relevant to a research paper I am writing.
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comment Are users always asked to accept application permissions?
I tried posting an answer to my own question but am not allowed to do so due to user restrictions. Here was what I was going to post: Unless someone else has tested/experimented with this, I have found this under the [Android Developers Resource][1] stating that > Applications statically declare the permissions they require, and the Android system prompts the user for consent at the time the application is installed. [1]: developer.android.com/guide/topics/security/security.html
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