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14th June 2012, 05:59 AM |#21  
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Temp fix for the mobrewards redirect in Android: Change your browser user agent to desktop.
 
 
14th June 2012, 03:50 PM |#22  
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Temp fix for the mobrewards redirect in Android: Change your browser user agent to desktop.

Haha suppose that would work actually
14th June 2012, 10:35 PM |#23  
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I'm still getting the odd mobrewards.org ad but it seems they have also set up shop at another URL: mobgifts.org

These ads are identical and just as intrusive. They're really getting in the way of me browsing xda by hijacking every other tab that I open
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I'm still getting the odd mobrewards.org ad but it seems they have also set up shop at another URL: mobgifts.org

These ads are identical and just as intrusive. They're really getting in the way of me browsing xda by hijacking every other tab that I open

I hope chrome apps become available on chrome beta... ad blocker all the way

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14th June 2012, 11:55 PM |#25  
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I hope chrome apps become available on chrome beta... ad blocker all the way

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If you're rooted, just use AdFree. Works flawlessly, gets rid of in-app ads too.
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15th June 2012, 12:04 AM |#26  
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If you're rooted, just use AdFree. Works flawlessly, gets rid of in-app ads too.

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15th June 2012, 07:52 AM |#27  
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If you're rooted, just use AdFree. Works flawlessly, gets rid of in-app ads too.

Nobody seemed to pay attention to what I said when I said it a while back

Also, I love your reason for editing post 'I haz gud grammer skilz' :')
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I find the video ads at the bottom of the page perticularly frustrating as the suddenly start playing audio without warning. Have to keep my PC on Mute all the time if I'm checking XDA.

I don't mind ads, but the video ones need to go.
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If you're rooted, just use AdFree. Works flawlessly, gets rid of in-app ads too.

I have also been getting these pop ups on my rooted prime,i have adfree installed and browser set to block popups however the pop still appears at least once a day while browsing xda
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If you're rooted, just use AdFree. Works flawlessly, gets rid of in-app ads too.

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Nobody seemed to pay attention to what I said when I said it a while back

Also, I love your reason for editing post 'I haz gud grammer skilz' :')

Thanks to everyone who mentioned AdFree!

Is it worth adding any of the additional ad block lists featured on the developer's website?

Or would this slow browsing down by having thousands of records in the hosts file?
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