Back in years, rooting your android device allowed us to gain administrator level rights and perform various task. However, root is old fashioned these days as Shizuku, an app that makes it easy to grant special permissions to other apps without rooting your device.
Are you getting annoyed by the SafetyNet security measure on your rooted android device and you are not able to use banking and the OTT apps along with enjoying the perks of a rooted device? You have tried hard enough to get out of this problem but are not able to do so?
If yes, you need not get worried as here we will guide you to fix this problem completely and enjoy your device to the full extent.
When it's time to switch from your older Android phone to a new one, you'll want to make sure all of your data makes its way across safely. Thankfully, Google makes it extremely convenient to migrate your texts, call logs, contacts, music, and photos over to your new phone seamlessly.
One of the more significant privacy changes in Android 11 deals with further restricting background location. The OS already reminds users about such app access, and Google has found that this results in people downgrading or outright denying the location permission over 75% of the time.
Don't kill my app
Smartphones are getting more and more powerful, but the battery capacity is lagging behind. Vendors are always trying to squeeze some battery saving features into the firmware with each new Android release.
But some go so far that they break useful apps just to artificially claim more battery life. This even gets so absurd that with some vendors (e.g. Nokia, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Samsung or Huawei) our smartphones are becoming dumbphones again.
How to grant permissions over ADB
In this guide, we will cover up the most common and easy way for granting permissions over ADB (Android debug bridge). It will be long but it's because it includes detailed information and also screenshots so you can understand it better.
This example can be used with any other application, everything is the same except the package name. In this case, we'll use the Battery Guru app and platform tools for Windows.