How to Remove TimelyBills Android App from a Restricted Bucket?

Modified on Tue, 04 Jun 2024 at 02:42 PM

Here are step-by-step instructions for changing app permissions on an Android device:

  1. Open Settings: Unlock your device and navigate to the home screen. Locate and tap the "Settings" app, usually represented by a gear icon.

  2. Access Apps: In the Settings menu, scroll down or search for the "Apps" option and tap on it. This will open a list of all the installed apps on your device.

  3. Choose the App: Scroll through the list of apps to find the one you want to change permissions for. If you can't find it, tap on "See all apps" or use the search function to locate it.

  4. Open Permissions: Once you've selected the desired app, tap on it to open its settings menu. Look for an option labeled "Permissions" and tap on it. This will display a list of all the permissions the app has requested.

  5. Modify Permissions: In the Permissions menu, you'll see a list of permissions that the app has requested access to. Each permission will have a toggle switch or options to allow or deny access.

  6. Toggle Permissions: To change a permission setting, tap on the permission you want to modify. Depending on the permission type, you may have different options:

    • All the time: If the permission is for location, you may have the option to allow it all the time, even when you're not using the app.

    • Allow only while using the app: This option restricts the permission to only when you're actively using the app.

    • Ask every time: This setting prompts the app to ask for permission each time you open it.

    • Don't allow: This option denies the app access to the permission entirely.

  7. Save Changes: After choosing the desired permission setting, tap on "Allow" or "Don't allow" to save your changes. Some devices may require you to confirm your selection.

  8. Repeat if Necessary: If there are other permissions you want to modify, repeat the process for each one.

  9. Test App: After changing the permissions, it's a good idea to test the app to ensure that it still functions properly with the new settings.

By following these steps, you can easily change app permissions on your Android device to customize the access levels for each app according to your preferences.

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