How To: Block Ads On Non-Rooted Systems
Its done via DNS blocking. You'll need to go into network settings in TFP, long hold on your wifi connection and click modify network. Then you must click on 'Use Static IP'.
Choose a static address, just keep the current value as it should automatically be filled in.
will also be router's address
should be 255.255.255.0
Now the most important change to make is on DNS 1
and on DNS 2
settings. Put the following DNS servers on TFP's DNS settings.
These servers are provided by http://www.adbarricade.com/
- dedicated to blocking ads
These servers are provided by http://www.fooldns.com/fooldns-commu...glish-version/
- dedicated to blocking ads, tracking cookies, maleware, ect. These are located outside of US, so it would be slower for some depending on your location.
There are provided by http://www.opendns.com
- the fastest of the bunch. This is not for ad blocking specifically but it can block ads. (see below)
You'll need to register with OpenDNS, in settings go to web filtering and put in any domain you want to block. Only thing is that its limited to blocking 25 domains.
These domains should get rid of ads on most sites.