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10th June 2014, 04:51 PM   |  #1  
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I have Samsung galaxy star plus..
Is there a way -without installing app- to choose which apps allowed to access internet and which is not
Thank you
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No, not without installing an app.
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Hi.
I have Samsung galaxy star plus..
Is there a way -without installing app- to choose which apps allowed to access internet and which is not
Thank you

No.

But it's easy with a firewall app. And it works very well.
11th June 2014, 08:58 AM   |  #4  
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No.

But it's easy with a firewall app. And it works very well.

Thank you ..
Which free light firewall you recommend .. hope not slow down my phone..
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Which free light firewall you recommend .. hope not slow down my phone..

Android Firewall. No impact on phone speed.

Sent from your phone. You should be more careful where you leave that thing.
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Android Firewall. No impact on phone speed.

Sent from your phone. You should be more careful where you leave that thing.

Thank you very much
I want a good free firewall without root.
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