How does File Commander use the granted permissions on your phone?
In-app purchases - Used to purchase an File Commander Pro/Premium license or added extra from within the File Commander app.
Reorder running apps, retrieve running apps - Used in case you open an instance of File Commander through a file browser, and then try to open that file again from within File Commander. File Commander will inform you and automatically switch to the already opened instance.
Manage document storage, modify/delete internal media storage contents - Used for read/writing File Commander files to and from your device.
Google Play license check - Checks your File Commander professional license against the Google Play servers.
Modify or delete USB/SD card contents - Used for saving files on SD memory cards and attached external storage.
Prevent device from sleeping - Used to keep the screen from sleeping (e.g. while running a PowerPoint presentation).
Read phone status and identity - Used for reading the device IMEI to generate a unique license key for File Commander.
Full network access - Used for accessing the internet (like opening a remote/network/cloud account e.g. Google Drive, DropBox, Box, etc.).
Add or remove accounts, use accounts on the device - The Google accounts registered on the phone are used for access to Google Drive and thus you do not have to enter the account credentials in File Commander.
Run at startup - Used for file search in the File Commander file browser.
View Wi-Fi connections, connect and disconnect from Wi-Fi - Used for reading the device MAC address and to generate an File Commander license key (for tablets or devices without SIM cards).
View/change network connectivity - Used to determine the type of internet connection is currently active (Wi-Fi, mobile, etc.), and to connect to the File Commander update server.
Find accounts on the device - Used to access already-registered Google Drive accounts.