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[APP] WifiKill - disable internet for network hoggers (Android 4.x)

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29th July 2015, 03:14 AM |#2861  
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Yes, it does.

But it is not working for me. No device seems to be affected by it.

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29th July 2015, 09:06 AM |#2862  
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You have a GS6 running 5.1.1?

No, but I have a GS2+ running 5.1.1 and it runs perfectly. This app doesn't care about what device is installed on, only android version matters.
29th July 2015, 02:58 PM |#2863  
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No, but I have a GS2+ running 5.1.1 and it runs perfectly. This app doesn't care about what device is installed on, only android version matters.

Well for some it is working and for some it's not on Lollipop..
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Is there a reason for that???

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