Battery statistics incomplete

If you use 3C Battery Manager, you might notice that in version 4.8.7b and above, battery statistics appears incomplete.

This is due to Google's restrictions refusing that this app access all installed apps on devices. Because of that usage statistics gathered by the app may turn incomplete.


I'll try to add it back in a future release, but after receiving more than 10 times below email and not receiving any responses to my appeals, I doubt it will be successful.

Thanks Google for ruining this app and so many others before that.


Only solution is to migrate to 3C All-in-One Toolbox which still has the required permission.



De : Google Play Support <>
Envoyé : mardi 5 mars 2024 13:52
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Objet : Action Required: Your app is not compliant with Google Play Policies (3C Battery Manager)


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Hi Developers at 3c,

After a recent review, we found that your app 3C Battery Manager ( is not compliant with one or more of our Developer Program Policies. See below for more information about your app's status and how to correct the issue.

Publishing Status

App Status: Rejected

Your app has been rejected and wasn't published due to the policy issue(s) listed below. If you submitted an update, the previous version of your app is still available on Google Play.


Issue found: Use of permission is not a permitted use case for QUERY_ALL_PACKAGES permission

We are unable to confirm your app's declared use of QUERY_ALL_PACKAGES as a permitted use case.

Issue details

We found an issue in the following area(s):

  • Version code 40254

To bring your app into compliance, follow these steps:

Please remove the use of QUERY_ALL_PACKAGES permission from all the version codes within the submission. This includes production track, internal track and testing track etc.

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About the QUERY_ALL_PACKAGES permission Policy

The QUERY_ALL_PACKAGES permission can used in the following scenario:

  • Permitted uses involve apps that must discover any and all installed apps on the device, for awareness or interoperability purposes may have eligibility for the permission. Permitted uses include device search, antivirus apps, file managers, and browsers.
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If you believe that your use case is policy compliant, please contact our policy support team and provide the following details:

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