There’s nothing stopping apps with storage permissions from accessing your photos, videos, downloads or documents. The majority of apps also have the internet permission, so they could upload your files. App Cloner 1.5.20 comes with a new ‘Disable photo & media access’ option.
App Cloner 1.5.19: The new ‘Preferences editor’ allows a certain amount of hacking app data on the fly. View, search for and modify the clone’s internal app settings and enjoy creating some pranks 🙂 You can find it in the pop-up menu under the ‘Cloned apps’ tab.
New for App Cloner 1.5.19: Several navigation-related options have been moved to their own ‘Navigation options’ group. There are new action options to remap the volume up & down keys. And new ‘Double back’ + ‘Start other app’ actions for all action options.
This is the new ‘Back always finishes’ option for App Cloner 1.5.19. With this option pressing Back ‘forces’ the current screen to be finished, which can be useful for apps that intercept the Back key.
The last new option for App Cloner 1.5.17 is Hide notch. This adds a black padding at the top of the app to avoid the notch area overlapping any app content. Useful for certain fullscreen apps.
The Immersive mode option gets a new checkbox Ignore notch to allow the cloned app to use / extend into the notch area, which some phones block by default.
As requested, the delay for the option Exit app on screen off will be available in App Cloner 1.5.15.
App Cloner 1.5.15 will come with support for the latest version of Parallel Space including its 64-bit extension.
For every clone of the main ‘Parallel Space’ app you also need to create a corresponding clone of the ‘Parallel Space 64Bit Support’ app.
App Cloner 1.5.15 comes with a new privacy option Hide Wi-Fi MAC address > Hide Wi-Fi info, which prevents clones from accessing the following information that can be used by apps to identify you:
• Wi-Fi connection info (SSID and BSSID of your Wi-Fi access point)
• DHCP info (IP address, gateway address, DNS)
• Wi-Fi scan results (your Wi-Fi router MAC address & model name)
• Known / saved Wi-Fi networks
(Screenshots from WiFiman)
Also for App Cloner 1.5.13, a new privacy option called Disable permission prompts, which disables pop-ups requesting runtime permissions, pretending to the clone that these permissions were granted, when in fact they weren’t granted.
This may help when apps refuse to start without you consenting to all runtime permissions, but it may also crash clones if they rely on these permissions. If the clone does crash, you may need to manually grant individual permissions using the Android application manager.