Repeat Me

#1

I’ve contacted the developer. In F-Droid full network access is listed as a permission but the Play Store version does not use the permission. (I downloaded from F-Droid and it does not have the permission that F-Droid says it has.) I almost uninstalled it because I saw no need for it to have internet. Glad I discovered that it does not ask for internet.

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#2

Dev emailed me this:
" The internet permission is something that Flutter uses for debugging. It appears whoever uploaded the app put the debug build and not a release build. Regardless you should still be safe as the app doesn’t talk to the internet at all when functioning. If you would like to install a release apk that doesn’t have the internet permission declared you can download it using the link below.

github.com/SamarthDesai01/RepeatMe/releases "

He was quick to respond!

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#3

F-Droid shouldn’t (under any circumstances) build debug versions of apps. @uniqx you looked at the flutter stuff before, any idea?

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#5

The INTERNET permission is explicitly declared in the manifest: https://github.com/SamarthDesai01/RepeatMe/blob/v1.2.4/android/app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml. That’s why it ended up in the app built by F-Droid.

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#6

The Flutter doc says that flutter build apk builds a release APK by default, so unless the app forces some setting, we are building the release version.

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#7

What @relan and @Rudloff said. :slight_smile:

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