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wanam

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This is a simple Xposed module to help you get rid of ads on the official YouTube App, it also supports YouTube TV/Gaming/Kids

Requirements:
- Xposed Framwork

How to Install:
- Install Xposed Installer and framework
- Install YouTube AdAway App
- Open Xposed Installer App and enable the module
- Reboot

Notes:
- Reboot is a MUST after updating the module.
- This application is NOT a modified YouTube App

Bugs Report:
- If you still get ads, disable all other modules, reboot, reproduce the ad, get a screenshot of the ad and your full xposed logs.

Download.

Mirror.



Thanks: to @rovo89 and @Tungstwenty their work on Xposed framework.
 
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It was last week. I used the root method.

I got banned from Snapchat 2 days after installing Lucky Patcher & Youtube Vanced. I went to Lucky Patcher and " reinstalled " Snapchat as it was supposed to delete android patches related to Snapchat.

2 days later I got banned once again. I have uninstalled Lucky Patcher and Youtube Vanced, since then no ban from Snapchat (for 1 week)

I think I will try one more time with only Youtube Vanced installed to see what happens but I fear I will definitively banned :p

Other people have experienced the same issue.
 

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It was last week. I used the root method.

I got banned from Snapchat 2 days after installing Lucky Patcher & Youtube Vanced. I went to Lucky Patcher and " reinstalled " Snapchat as it was supposed to delete android patches related to Snapchat.

2 days later I got banned once again. I have uninstalled Lucky Patcher and Youtube Vanced, since then no ban from Snapchat (for 1 week)

I think I will try one more time with only Youtube Vanced installed to see what happens but I fear I will definitively banned :p

Other people have experienced the same issue.
Don't use the root method. I never have. Best practice for security in general is to only provide root for apps that truly need it. It's considered bad security design to achieve something with root that could also be achieved without root, hence YouTube Vanced providing a non-root version. Just make sure magisk hide is enabled while you're at it
 

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The ads Are Still There

Usin iT With Wanamlite 3.3 And Latest Xposed beta Version And Nothin Changed
 

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The ads Are Still There

Usin iT With Wanamlite 3.3 And Latest Xposed beta Version And Nothin Changed

I'm on the same Rom + Xposed beta with no issues, just make sure the module is enabled, clear YouTube App data. and and reboot.
This application was tested against the latest YouTube update (5.3.24) and it's been downloaded more than 1500 in the last 10 hours with no such reports! if you are using any other version upload it.

EDIT: YouTube AdAway V1.1 posted.
 
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I am getting ads.. I am on Temasek (cm10.2)
Edit :after updating YouTube nw its working..

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I am getting ads.. I am on Temasek (cm10.2)
Edit :after updating YouTube nw its working..

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Do you have a backup of the old one, i want to take a look at it.

Could you incorporate this into your other wanam xposed?

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I don't think Google will appreciate it on the PlayStore.
 
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Works like a charm on a 2013 gnex7. For some reason youtube had fcs until I rebooted again. Fixed now.

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The new update V1.1 requires Xposed framework 2.3+ (API 31+), because it includes some check helpers to detect Xposed installation status.

So since you said that this module requires that we be on Xposed Framework 2.3+ (API 31+), I'm gonna assume that this also includes people that are running the new Xposed Framework BETA...? I know for a fact that I haven't installed the BETA yet, but I'm not too sure how I can check and see which Xposed Framework "API" I'm running. When I open up Xposed, I can click on "About" and under "Version of this app:" it shows "2.3.1". How can I check and see which Xposed Framework API I'm running?

Thanks! :good:
 
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So since you said that this module requires that we be on Xposed Framework 2.3+ (API 31+), I'm gonna assume that this also includes people that are running the new Xposed Framework BETA...? I know for a fact that I haven't installed the BETA yet, but I'm not too sure how I can check and see which Xposed Framework "API" I'm running. When I open up Xposed, I can click on "About" and under "Version of this app:" it shows "2.3.1". How can I check and see which Xposed Framework API I'm running?

Thanks! :good:

I'm running the beta2 of Xposed Installer too.

You can check the API version on the framework tab of Xposed installer.

Anyway you will get a notification on the Xposed installer modules list if you are running a lower API level, and you won't be able to activate it, also my App should let you know if the module is not enabled.


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I'm running the beta2 of Xposed Installer too.

You can check the API version on the framework tab of Xposed installer.

Anyway you will get a notification on the Xposed installer modules list if you are running a lower API level, and you won't be able to activate it, also my App should let you know if the module is not enabled.


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Thanks for the key info! I took a lil break from fiddling with my phone, but I just now went and messed around a little bit with YouTube and I haven't seen one single embedded "In-Video" ad ! So far, so good!! Thanks man!!! Oh yea, one quick question..how's this module gonna be affected when Google spits out another update to the YouTube app? Is it possible for an update to the YouTube app to "break the functionality" of this module, or do we not really have much to worry about when taking any YouTube updates? Thanks in advance for the info! :good:
 

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i'm on the same rom + xposed beta with no issues, just make sure the module is enabled, clear youtube app data. And and reboot.
This application was tested against the latest youtube update (5.3.24) and it's been downloaded more than 1500 in the last 10 hours with no such reports! If you are using any other version upload it.

Edit: Youtube adaway v1.1 posted.

nope im using the latest version with latest xposed beta 2 and i enable it inside the app " disable youtube ads " with latest youtube app ans still the same

i will try to downgrade to non-beta version of xposed and see what happen

regards.
 
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    This is a simple Xposed module to help you get rid of ads on the official YouTube App, it also supports YouTube TV/Gaming/Kids

    Requirements:
    - Xposed Framwork

    How to Install:
    - Install Xposed Installer and framework
    - Install YouTube AdAway App
    - Open Xposed Installer App and enable the module
    - Reboot

    Notes:
    - Reboot is a MUST after updating the module.
    - This application is NOT a modified YouTube App

    Bugs Report:
    - If you still get ads, disable all other modules, reboot, reproduce the ad, get a screenshot of the ad and your full xposed logs.

    Download.

    Mirror.



    Thanks: to @rovo89 and @Tungstwenty their work on Xposed framework.
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    It seems some people are still getting some ads that i cannot reproduce! So I open sourced the module, you can find the sources on my Github repo.

    I cannot keep following this thread with the way some people are reporting there issues here, report your issues here with your full Xposed logs (text format), and if you are a developer willing to help, feel free to push your merge requests.

    That's been said i'm closing this thread.
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    It's been a while :) , i re-opened the thread to get more feed back on the new update.

    I was trying to keep updating the module on the past months, but i didn't have much time to improve it the way i wanted, YouTube didn't make this task easier either, working with those proguarded sources was time consuming, add to that i don't get a much ads as people may get on other countries.

    I decided to try something else other than the brute force way, so I'm managing the views layouts instead, sources pushed.

    I pushed a new module update 4.0.1:
    - Get rid of brute force and resources hooking
    - Force Skip ad button to stay visible

    I also implemented a way to perform a click on skip ad button, but i didn't test it, i didn't manage to get any ads.
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    Sorry for the late reply, i was not running Android in the past few weeks.

    I uploaded a new update 3.4.2:
    - Added back ads expiration hooks.
    - Added YouTube Go support.

    If you still get ads, disable all other modules, reboot, reproduce the ad, get a screenshot of the ad and your full xposed logs.
    24

    I will try to update today, I need a few hours to set up my PC & dev environment.