I got a question about incoming/outgoing connections
, maybe somone else want to know:
Incoming connections are used by less than 1% of all apps. This is used if the app is a "server", like BubbleUPnP. So most time incoming conections could be blocked, i think for mobile network 100%.
An outgoing connection is like a phone call: You call someone (outgoing connection), and can talk (send "data") and hear (receive "data")
Wifi Internet and Network:
If you want to control eg your local tv-receiver, xbmc device or avm router (with FreetzMobil), only connections to the local network are required. This prevents app to send data to the internet.
The "local network" are all "private" IPv4 and IPv6, they will not be forwarded by internet routers. Additionally, if you use "public" IPs they are local if it is in the same subnet as a ip of your device. Uncommon for IPv4 usage, but public IPv6 are the common usage (public IPv6 for every device)
Originally Posted by an0n981
Am I correct in assuming this is not open source?
As usual i send source only to people i know
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