SetEdit (Settings Database Editor) is a powerful tool for editing Android settings, but beware, it's not for the faint of heart. With this app, you can modify the SECURE and GLOBAL tables, giving you full control over your device's settings. However, be cautious, as improper use can cause irreversible problems. It's important to note that the app only supports itself, not the system software of your device. If you have Android Jellybean or later, you can remove the default protection from the SECURE and GLOBAL tables using an ADB shell command. On earlier versions, you'll need a rooted device to install SetEdit to the system partition. Just remember, Android Q and later may ask you to check for updates, but ignore this prompt for the app's full functionality.