- 05-24-2009, 01:48 PM #2
Factory default settings r allow.* 2 customize:
Options > advanced options or security options > applications / application permissions > highlight application > menu > edit permissions.
Alternatively, when downloading check edit permissions.
For info on permissions: device Help > security > third-party application control.
* edit/correction: factory defaults r as follows (from thread linked in Morf32's post below)--
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User Data: Allow
And I have never touched any of those since the day I got my phone... there have been times where an app has requested to edit the default permissions, and I just say "yes". So that is how they were edited. That is why I am saying that I allow the app to determine what the permissions should be. If the app determines the permissions, then I have not had to physically change them myself.
I always let whatever I'm installing pick the default settings it wants to use.
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EDIT: It seems the Default Permissions are NOT set to "Allow". Please see the last post in this thread for default permissions of device: How can I change my permissions back to their default setting?.
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