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Apps that have been newly installed on the Samsung device do not have access or permissions to execute a function on the device or to access the general memory by default. Only when the app or a function within the app is started for the first time is a permission request made. In addition to the requests, you can also subsequently allow or block the app permissions. This includes, among other things

Android 11 | One UI 3.0
Step 1: Tap on  Settings
Step 2: Tap on  Apps
Step 3: Open the  Menu
Step 4: Tap on  Permission manager
Step 5: Choose a  Permission
Step 6: Choose an  App
Step 7: Choose  Allow  or  Deny
  1. Tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Apps
  3. Open the Menu
  4. Tap on Permission manager
  5. Choose a Permission
  6. Choose an App
  7. Choose Allow or Deny
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