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Did you know that once you grant access to your phone’s camera/microphone/GPS location to any third-party App, they can use it silently in the background?
And do you feel envious of the new iOS 14’s privacy feature – which shows an indicator whenever the camera or microphone is accessed? Or you can’t wait for Android 12’s implementation of the same feature?
Presenting Access Dots for Android, supporting down to Android 7.0!
Access Dots, adds the same iOS 14 style indicators (a few pixels light up as a dot) to the top right (default) corner of your screen whenever any third-party App uses your phone’s camera/microphone/GPS location. Access Dots will be visible even on your lock screen!
Configuring the App is as simple as enabling the Access Dots Accessibility Service (Toggle switch in the App > (More) Downloaded Services/Installed Services > Access Dots > Enable). By default, the App is configured to show iOS 14 style coloured access dots – green for camera access, orange for microphone access, and blue for GPS location. The App itself does not request camera or microphone access, however, to be able to monitor GPS access by any App, ‘Access Dots’ require GPS location permission.
Access Dots is in early BETA, and under development, so far it has the following features:
● Display Access Dots whenever the phone’s camera/microphone/GPS location is engaged by a third-party App.
● Maintain an Access Log, which can be accessed from the App’s main settings screen. The Access Log shows when the camera/microphone/GPS location was accessed, which App was in the foreground at the time of access initiation and how long the access lasted.
● Assign any colour to either of the Access Dots.
● On Android 10+, Access Dots by default stick beside your camera cutout (if your device has one.) You can configure the location of Access Dots to the point of specifying X/Y coordinates.
● If your device supports ‘Energy Ring – Universal Edition!’ App, then you can wrap Access Dots around the punch hole camera as well.
● The size of Access Dots can be adjusted.
While it’s free to change the Access Dots’ colour to whatever you want, consider donating to support the development and have access to a few extra configurations like changing the ‘size’ of the dot or its location on the screen.
Note This: Please make sure the App is whitelisted under any kind of optimization setting your device has, if the App is killed from the background by the System, you may have to restart the phone to get the Access Dots active again.
How to install, and use Access Dots App?
- Click on the link below to go to the Play Store to download the application.
- While installing this application on mobile it is possible to ask for some permissions, it is best to allow it voluntarily.
- Finally, it is assumed that you can do all the above-mentioned things through this application, thus ensuring your security.