From SuperSU version 1.20 and onwards, the android.permission.ACCESS_SUPERUSER permission is declared by SuperSU. All root apps should from now on declare this permission in their AndroidManifest.xml. Due to changes in Android 5.0 Lollipop, this permission has been deprecated and is completely ignored from SuperSU v2.30 onwards. If this permission is not present, SuperSU will present a warning in its superuser request popup (this is configurable in SuperSU settings). At the time of this writing this permission is not enforced, but it is expected that sometime in the future it will be, and apps requesting root that do not have this permission set will be silently denied. If this permission is declared, the user will be able to see in the app permissions list that the app requests superuser access.
Android In-app Billing requests and managing In-app Billing transactions using Google Play.
Allows applications to open network sockets.
Allows applications to access information about networks
Allows applications to access information about Wi-Fi networks
Allows an application to install a shortcut in Launcher
Allows access to the vibrator
Allows an application to write to external storage. Note: If both your minSdkVersion and targetSdkVersion values are set to 3 or lower, the system implicitly grants your app this permission. If you don't need this permission, be sure your targetSdkVersion is 4 or higher. Starting in API level 19, this permission is not required to read/write files in your application-specific directories returned by getExternalFilesDir(String) and getExternalCacheDir().