Can someone tell me the reason for the usage of slashes in ip addresses?
For instance: 126.96.36.199/4
That specifies a CIDR range... a range of IP addresses. It's a way of entering a large range of IP addresses in a very short format.
I'm going to try the following:
This disables Google Play Services from resetting your Doze settings.
adb shell "su -c 'pm disable --user 0 com.google.android.gms/.phenotype.service.sync.PhenotypeConfigurator'"
This shows you your current Doz...
Ok, I dove deep on the problem, and figured out that AFWall+ must not like the iptables for this system (Android Nougat 7.0.04.13, rooted with TWRP as bootloader and Magisk as root).
I uninstalled AFWall+ and started fresh.
On your github wiki, it states:
The following iptables chains can be used to add custom rules:
afwall - This is the main AFWall+ chain. All OUTPUT packets will pass through it. It is therefore the >perfect place if you want to add rules that app...
Here I'm and the promised screenshots are attached. A few explanations:
" root - Apps running as root" has been granted permissions because I've disabled "DNS via netd".
If I understand correctly, using netd for DNS resolution isn't seen...