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I read something about uses-permission in android application , but I don't know what is "android.permission.INTERNET" , or why we need this.

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  • Is this a development question? Those are off-topic here. – Scott Odle Aug 7 '14 at 13:51
  • not at all , I need what is , I know this is in AndroidManifest.xml but many time use 10.x.x.x I don't know how to get that? – barza science Aug 7 '14 at 13:57
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    You can find a list of permissions with explanations here on my Android site, which goes beyond the question linked above. The link in this comment goes directly to the permission you've asked for. – Izzy Aug 7 '14 at 14:30
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android.permission.INTERNET is a permission required by apps that access the Internet in any capacity.

Many applications use this permission to get data from a remote server, display advertisements, or send usage statistics to the developer.

If you're wondering why a specific app requires the permission, your best bet would be to ask the developer directly.

  • You're welcome. Please mark the question as resolved – Scott Odle Aug 7 '14 at 14:15

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