This application allows you to fetch an XPrivacy pro license. You can fetch a temporary XPrivacy pro license right away and after two hours you can fetch a permanent XPrivacy pro license. A permanent XPrivacy pro license is required to access the crowd sourced restrictions: https://crowd. xprivacy. eu/ Fetching an XPrivacy Pro license requires an active internet connection, but using an XPrivacy Pro license does not. See here for more information about the pro license: http:// www.xprivacy. eu/To use an XPrivacy pro license, you should install a recent version of XPrivacy, for example using the XPrivacy installer: https://play. google.com/store/apps/details? id=biz. bokhorst. xprivacy. installerThe pro license fetcher will not work if Lucky Patcher, Freedom or similar is being used to bypass license verification. For support on the pro license fetcher, use the support button in the application. For support on XPrivacy, please go here: http://forum. xda-developers.com/xposed/modules/xprivacy-ultimate-android-privacy-app-t2320783If you install OI File Manager, you can select files: https://play. google.com/store/apps/details? id=org. openintents. filemanagerExporting and importing can take quite some time, you can read here how you can reduce this: https://github.com/M66B/XPrivacy#FAQ54Payments are meant as donations to the open source XPrivacy project. XPrivacy - The ultimate, yet easy to use, privacy manager. XPrivacy can prevent applications from leaking privacy sensitive data by restricting the categories of data an application can access. XPrivacy feeds applications fake data or no data at all. It can restrict several data categories, such as contacts or location. For example, if you restrict an application's access to contacts, that application will receive an empty contacts list. Similarly, restricting an application's access to your location will send a fake location to that application. XPrivacy doesn't revoke or block permissions from an application, so most applications will continue to work as before and won't force close (crash). Read more here: https://github.com/M66B/XPrivacy#xprivacy.