Specific, no. That would be far too easy to resolve! There have been some generalities around updated app permissions requirements, and as an app user, I have to think that’s a good thing. All those flashlight apps skimming users’ contacts are a bit worrisome.
It seems that one point of confusion is that the Play Store’s rules around app permissions do not take into account that a single app could be used for both an Android phone that is subscribed to cell service (and therefore has a legitimate reason to have certain permissions) as well as a tablet or non-subscribed phone.
Our developers continue to work on reinstatement and did get a helpful response from Google yesterday, so I’m optimistic that the solution is not too far beyond our reach.