Android apps run primarily based on privileges enabled by the user. Sometimes an Android app requires extra privileges to access system components. How do Android apps run to accomplish both situations?

Android apps run primarily based on privileges enabled by the user. Sometimes an Android app requires extra privileges to access system components. How do Android apps run to accomplish both situations?

  • Android apps run in a sandbox.
  • Android apps run in a guest mode.
  • Android apps run in a walled garden.
  • Android apps run through a proxy service.
    Explanation:

    Android apps run in a sandbox and have only the privileges enabled by the user. If an app needs to obtain permissions, a prompt will appear and the user can grant permissions through settings.