No it is not any config files...
It is the name of the networking functionality of the kernel.
It's rules are kept in memory and need to be reapplied after each boot.
No it is not any config files...
Wow - so apps can get internet access for around a minute right after bootup (before afwall can apply the rules).
That could be the case, I don't know because I haven't used AFWall for years so I don't know how and when it applies the rules.
yes they cld and thats all some apps need so as to send info home but the simplest way around that is to turn off mobile internet as well as wifi before reboot and wait about a minute after boot for the firewall to have started before reconnecting internet access
I have AFWall+ and before I reboot or shut down my phone (which is at least once a week) I put my phone in airplane mode first.yes they cld and thats all some apps need so as to send info home but the simplest way around that is to turn off mobile internet as well as wifi before reboot and wait about a minute after boot for the firewall to have started before reconnecting internet access
Just click (first!) on the startup directory path and activate it here. Then the outgreying of fixing the startup data leak will dissappear and you can activate it.
Sorry, I can't help you here, but I remember that this question was asked (and answered) several times in this thread. Just search for "startup directory path" and you will get some answers.
I'v got the same entries as well. It got me wondering what the two are.
WOW - thanks awesome!I'v got the same entries as well. It got me wondering what the two are.
Came across this for the for the two options and what they mean.
This is taken from the Magisk guide
- post-fs-data mode
- This stage is BLOCKING. The boot process is paused before execution is done, or 10 seconds have passed.
- Scripts run before any modules are mounted. This allows a module developer to dynamically adjust their modules before it gets mounted.
- This stage happens before Zygote is started, which pretty much means everything in Android
- Run scripts in this mode only if necessary!
- late_start service mode ( service.d )
- This stage is NON-BLOCKING. Your script runs in parallel along with the booting process.
- This is the recommended stage to run most scripts!
At the moment i'm using the post-fs-data.d option. It may take a bit longer to start.
Understood. I am going to use the suggested choice, but understand that it could leave the firewall down for a few seconds when booting up.
AdAway works splendidly on rooted devices It modifies the hosts file, not iptables
I did not add support for LSPosed. Also going forward, xposed module will be independent and not to be part of AFWall+ itself.
Typically it should not drain battery until something is going wrong. Can you share more details please (configuration/setup etc.,)
AFWall+ never a battery drain on my devices. This might seem counter-intuitive, but makes sure AFWall+ is not battery optimized in Settings.
AFWall+ is an improved version of DroidWall(front-end application for the powerful iptables Linux firewall). It allows you to restrict which applications are permitted to access your data networks (2G/3G/4G/LTE and/or Wi-Fi and while in roaming).Since the original author of Droidwall
discontinued the project, I decided to keep the app instead of Avast Firewall. I'll continue to add more features as I can.
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