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SABS - Knox SDK frontend

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SABS is an open source tool that shows how to use Samsung Knox SDK without root. It lets developers see how various features work and test them. Some of the features are: system-wide domain blocker, package disabler, permission manager, apps force stopper (examples include theme store), system-wide or app-specific port 53 blocker and more.

SABS works on all non-rooted (and knox not triggered) Samsung devices with Android Lollipop 5.0 or higher and Samsung Knox version 2.5 or higher. Testers have confirmed that SABS works without any major issues on these devices: Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, Note 8, A3 2017, S7, S7 edge, S6, S6 edge, J7 Pro, J7 2016, J5 2016, J5 2015. Some testers have confirmed that SABS works without any major issues but others have reported phone reboots on these devices: S9, S9+.

To develop apps that use Knox SDK or try them out, you need to get the license key. Development license key works for up to 10 devices. To develop an app based on SABS or try it out, you have to also change the package name (id) to get your own 10 development seats. Instructions are below.

As featured in:
  • Lifehacker:
    "Simple Ad-blocker for Samsung (SABS for short) promises to remove all those pesky ads and then some. The app works by tapping into Samsung’s ultra-secure KNOX software. That gives it the ability to disable packages—A.K.A. the terrible bloatware slathered on by your carrier. SABS also includes a system-level permission manager, giving you an extra level of control over what apps can see and do on your phone."

  • XDA Developers:
    "Along with providing an ad blocker service, SABS can also disable system apps that are impossible to disable within the settings application without root. You can also use it to remove permissions from apps that you can’t usually control."​

  • Gizmodo:
    "There are many adblockers in the Android App Store. Most eliminate ads or replace them with something that does not bother the eye. Simple Ad-blocker for Samsung (SABS) takes that function a little further and does something very welcome: put control of the applications in our hands."​

Also featured in: Android Community, The Gioi Tre, iCrowdNewswire, TuttoAndroid, InfoGlitz, PametniTelefoni, GameOfThrone, AllAboutPhones, AndroidCure, GizBlog and more!

Table of contents
  • Donate
  • Setup
  • External links
  • FAQ (post #2)
  • Changelog (port #3)

Donate
You can donate to LayoutXML on MOD Edit:- Links Removed
. I'm a school student who is about to go to university. Every dollar helps.

Setup
Congratulations, you are now a developer who is interested in developing (or trying out) an app that uses Knox sdk.

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Following steps 1-i-ii-a takes about 30 minutes. If you follow steps 1-i-ii-b it will take about 2 minutes. Following steps 2-i-ii-a takes about 2 minutes. If you follow steps 2-i-ii-b it will take about 2 minutes.

Even though the method with a computer takes more the first time, the app will be more stable. Not to mention, that this method is completely free. The method with a phone takes less time at first but you need to use paid app and the app will be less stable.

1. Setup for the first time

Every user of SABS needs to receive a license key directly from Samsung.
Follow along this video to make sure you are following the steps correctly. There are several cuts to hide my personal information in the video.
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[/LIST]


Step II - Changing the package name
You can choose to change a package name of the app with or without a computer. Before following the steps below, uninstall any KNOX adblocker you already have installed on your phone such as Adhell, Adhell 2 or Disconnect Pro.

a - With a computer​
Follow along this video to make sure you are following the steps correctly.
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[/LIST]


b - With your phone
The are multiple ways to change the package name of the app. Following guide focuses on editing the package name with "APK Editor Pro" app. You can also use different apps if such exist.
Follow along this video to make sure you are following the steps correctly.
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B - With your phone


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XDA:DevDB Information
SABS, App for all devices (see above for details)

Contributors
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Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 0.0.9
Stable Release Date: 2018-03-14

Created 2018-02-18
Last Updated 2018-03-15
 
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FAQ

Is using SABS safe?
Yes, SABS is open source, it uses Samsung Knox SDK.

Why do I have to get my own key?
To use Samsung Knox SDK you need to have a license key. You can get development license for free or become a Samsung partner with a registered business and going through vetting.

Ads are not blocked on application X. What do I do?
SABS is simply a frontend for Samsung Knox. Standard package in app is very light to show what can be achieved with Samsung Knox. mmotti's package has more domains and may be used to block more domains. You can add other packages (blocklists) such as adaway if you want to block ads. You can also block domains yourself. You can also ask this question on xda thread (linked below) and learn what packages others are using.

Do I have to be rooted?
No. Not only you don't have to be rooted, SABS only works on devices with knox not tripped.
 
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Changelog

Latest version:
v0.0.9 (2018-03-15)
Code:
* Layout fixes (text no longer overlays or gets cropped in some areas of app)
* Text improvements
* Improved whitelisting domains (you can now simply whitelist the domain instead of finding it in the package)
* Removed 1 empty permission
* Export unique blocked domains from recent screen to a file
* Choose recent activity time from 1 to 7 days
* Refresh recent activity
* Block theme store from being launched - you can now easily use phone themes from XDA or other websites. (works better than simply disabling theme store in package disabler screen)
* "Restore permissions" option in permissions manager screen
* More

Older releases:
v0.0.8 (2018-03-03)
Code:
* Fixed the bug where blocking would not enable/disable or show incorrect value
* Fixed dialog asking for key going under screen on devices with small screens and big fonts
* Added a loading screen for enabling/disabling blocking, adding block lists (subscribing), updating lists
* Integrated mmotti's domain package into SABS now. You can safely enable both (don't forget to remove the old one if you have added it before)
* Made SABS block domains only once if they appear in multiple packages
* Added a number that shows how many unique domains are blocked across the all packages (whitelisted domains are not included)
* You can now also use files inside the subscribe screen
* Provider in subscribe screen is not cut of anymore
* Fixed the black theme on dialog asking for key
* Increased the chances of successfully blocking big domain lists
* Removed obsolete and not working permissions in permission manager
* Added descriptions for all permissions in permission manager
* Changed the versionCode (internal code in SABS) to show number of commits at the release moment
* More

v0.0.7 (2018-02-23)
Code:
* Added an option to choose whether to block port 53 globally or only on Chrome
* Fixed some app icons not showing up in package disabler
* Updated string.xml with clearer wording and improved settings menu names
* Made long press on an app in package disabler open its settings in phone settings
* Added ability to control READ_CLIPBOARD permission
* Sorted permissions in permissions tab alphabetically
* Fixed custom whitelist being ignored
* Added more fixes and improvements to blocking enabling including but not limited to: fix to not block duplicate domains, fix to first block port 53, 
* Added ability to block or whitelist custom wildcards
* Fixed some issues with domain checking
* Changed updater from dialog to snackbar on black theme
* More

v0.0.6 (2018-02-17)
Code:
* Share blocked package list
* Materialized whitelist, blocking, subscribe, permission in apps screens, redesigned recent activity screen
* Improved search in package blocker screen
* Orange selection bug fix
* New settings screen
* Ability to disable start-up warning
* Black theme (amoled)
* Option to block port 53 (may break some functionality)
* Removed 15k url limit. The only limit now is set by Samsung (AFAIK ~20k)
* More responsive UI
* Margins in settings and in package disabler fixed
* Made the delete button and checkbox in subscribe screen work all the time
* Fixed and closed issues 1-6, responded to the majority of feature requests, bug mentions on reddit
* Cleaned up
* More small changes (check out recent commits)

v0.0.5 (2018-02-07)
Code:
* Optimized for changing package id - no more crashes (if renamed as instructed above), correct uninstall, shows package id in the settings, about screen and lets you copy it by clicking.
* Cleared slides shown at the start when first installing.
* Unblocked port 53 as it is used in many places such as Android Wear. You can expect the option to select whether you want it blocked or not in the future
* Prompt to restore administrative privileges if they get removed

v0.0.4 (2018-02-04)
Code:
* Recent activity screen design changes and improvements
* Internal checker that reminds users that the key cannot start with letters "KLM" if their key does
* A warning screen every time a user opens an app that reminds that it is dangerous to edit some things, and so that there wouldn't be any accidental presses while phone is, for example, in the pocket
* Ability to rotate screen, scroll if items are out of screen, support for more screen sizes
* Faster loading for package disabler
* Search icons in search fields
* Import and export disabled package list file name chooser
* List of domains updated
* Fixes for some domains
* Removed billing permission
* Clean-up

v0.0.3 (2018-01-29)
Code:
* Fixed back press button bug where user would be taken unnecessary amount of steps back (not level based)
* Fixed bottom bar showing in some screens where it shouldn't
* Fixed some titles in screens
* Native support for 18:9 aspect ratio - no need to press to expand app
* Design fixes
* Asynchronous loading! No need to wait for certain elements to load because it's done in the background
* Google Duo is now by default in whitelisted apps because of errors in duo
* Fixed bug where system apps were reported as user apps

v0.0.2 (2018-01-02)
Code:
* Auto updater (notifies about new release, loads website to download)
* Licenses in settings > about
* Removed some dependencies (crashlytics, fabric)
* Updated dependencies
* Material design package manager
* Ripple effect
* Fixed grey background bug (background would change to grey when returning to app when permission manager was on)
* Menu in permission manager
* Pull to refresh in package manager
* Animations in settings
* Snackbars when turning on/off domain blocking, enabling/disabling packages in manager
* One fragment renamed in source files
* Clean-up

v0.0.1 (2018-01-01)
Code:
* New project name, readme file, license
* Lint correctness fixes
* Updated build.gradle dependencies
* New bottom bar navigation view (replaced deprecated roughike's BottomBar)
* Materialized - many design fixes, compliance with Material design guidelines (not finished). Including but not limited to: margins, text sizes, colors, styles
* Complete settings menu redesign
* New app icon, button icons and many other images
* Tutorial slides
* About section with links to view source code, send feedback
* Better (but not finished) error fragments and text informing about errors
* Many layouts changed to constraint layouts
* Ability to control extra 308 permissions
* Permissions are now numbered
* Scrollbar on permissions manager fragment
 
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Many thanks to @NeedleGames for making this SABS thread.

Perhaps the most important thing to remember about SABS/AdHell and related projects is that they do not block ads! All they do is configure and launch the Knox firewall, including the ability to block user-defined domains. The key to ad blocking is picking the correct domains to block, and that's done primarily by using the appropriate "providers". The standard package covers most situations, but you can also whitelist (allow) domains that would be otherwise blocked, or blacklist (block) domains not already blocked by the default standard package. In addition, you can also prevent all blocking for applications that you select under "Manage blocking in apps". In general, the less you stray from the default, the better. Please try to investigate those options before assuming that SABS "doesn't work".
 
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Perhaps the most important thing to remember about SABS/AdHell and related projects is that they do not block ads! .

Yeah, I was thinking about the wording but since the app is called SABS I had no choice but to name the thread appropriately.

SABS uses Samsung's KNOX SDK to block domains, disable apps and permissions. It can use the domain blocking to block domains that serve ads but this is not always possible.
 
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Thank you for this! I was using the original Adhell until recently it stopped working. Got everything setup per your instructions and it works very well. Love the clean interface and choice of dark or light themes. Keep up the good work!

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Just switched from AdHell to SABS and everything works perfectly.

This is my custom blocked hostes:
...

That's a LOT of hosts and seems to be a gross overkill with no obvious benefit. If you study the contents of those lists you might discover that there are multiple redundant entries (especially since they don't use wildcards). Try using solely the default standard package and you might be surprised by how efficient it is.
 

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For the enabling and disabling of SABS, I recall on the original Adhell this process would take a few seconds but it seems to take longer on SABS. I've whitelisted googleadservices.com disabled and tried re-enabling but it seems to just hang. Any suggestions?

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For the enabling and disabling of SABS, I recall on the original Adhell this process would take a few seconds but it seems to take longer on SABS. I've whitelisted googleadservices.com disabled and tried re-enabling but it seems to just hang. Any suggestions?

Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk

Unless you're using an unusually large input file (you shouln't!), give it a minute or two at most and if it still shows as OFF, briefly turn your phone to landscape then back to portrait and the screen will update.
 

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Unless you're using an unusually large input file (you shouln't!), give it a minute or two at most and if it still shows as OFF, briefly turn your phone to landscape then back to portrait and the screen will update.
I am using the stock input file that comes with the application. I've tried your suggestion of giving it a few minutes and turned the phone to landscape and back but still encountering the same issue..

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I am using the stock input file that comes with the application. I've tried your suggestion of giving it a few minutes and turned the phone to landscape and back but still encountering the same issue..
It took my phone a good 2.5 minutes to enable. Just give it time. I guess network speed has to do with it as well ( I have 100 Meg and still took some good time).

First time it worked for me. AdHell 2.0 RIP Neve did. I'm on Oreo, and if people follow very good instruction by OP, it should work. Happy camper here.
 
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Like I posted in adhell 2 thread the app is not working on s7. I changed the package name using apk editor, license key was activated successfully and it doesn't blocked anything. Any ideas why?

Edit. It blocked 2 things: e.crashlytics.com; api.mixpanel.com. Nothing close to what it normally blocks.
I wonder why adhell 2 and sabs don't work on this phone. I am pretty much ready to pay for it to work. In my previous post I stated that adhell 2 (Mmotti's version) works on my note 8 and girlfriend's s8. I am ready to pay and give any collaboration because I really am frustrated to not work on a brand new s7.
 
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Like I posted in adhell 2 thread the app is not working on s7. I changed the package name using apk editor, license key was activated successfully and it doesn't blocked anything. Any ideas why?

Edit. It blocked 2 things: e.crashlytics.com; api.mixpanel.com. Nothing close to what it normally blocks.
I wonder why adhell 2 and sabs don't work on this phone. I am pretty much ready to pay for it to work. In my previous post I stated that adhell 2 (Mmotti's version) works on my note 8 and girlfriend's s8. I am ready to pay and give any collaboration because I really am frustrated to not work on a brand new s7.
So are you saying that two sites on it are currently blocked?

Do you have access to a computer / android studio for debugging?
 

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So are you saying that two sites on it are currently blocked?

Do you have access to a computer / android studio for debugging?
Currently it has 9 things blocked. I installed your version of adhell 2 on my phone with android studio and by USB debugging and it works flawlessly. But I don't think that will help here. It's knox blocks 0.1% of the things it should. I wonder if it's because of the knox version. I can provide screenshots or whatever you need. I am basically open to any idea.
 

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Currently it has 9 things blocked. I installed your version of adhell 2 on my phone with android studio and by USB debugging. But I don't that willing help. It's knox blocks 0.1% of the things it should. I wonder if it's because of the knox version. I can provide screenshots or whatever you need. I am basically open to any idea.
The reason I ask is because if you are running, say Adhell2 in your device, you can use logcat and filter the results that may give some indication of what's going on.

I would suggest as a starting point:
Disable Adhell on your phone
Connect your phone to a pc / laptop
Open android studio and open the logcat tab at the bottom
Verity that your phone is updating Logcat.
In the logcat 'search' or filter bar, type ContentBlocker56
Enable Adhell

If you could provide me with the output of the logcat window, I may be able to see something. Alternatively I may need to make a separate version that adds one URL at a time and outputs this to logcat.

Have you tried browsing using Samsung Internet to see if more is blocked?

To note: I only mention Adhell specifically as I know the logcat output like the back of my hand. This may or may not have been reduced in SABS, I haven't had time to verify. Once we can get you running with Adhell, it should be straightforward with SABS too.
 

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The reason I ask is because if you are running, say Adhell2 in your device, you can use logcat and filter the results that may give some indication of what's going on.

I would suggest as a starting point:
Disable Adhell on your phone
Connect your phone to a pc / laptop
Open android studio and open the logcat tab at the bottom
Verity that your phone is updating Logcat.
In the logcat 'search' or filter bar, type ContentBlocker56
Enable Adhell

If you could provide me with the output of the logcat window, I may be able to see something. Alternatively I may need to make a separate version that adds one URL at a time and outputs this to logcat.

Have you tried browsing using Samsung Internet to see if more is blocked?

To note: I only mention Adhell specifically as I know the logcat output like the back of my hand. This may or may not have been reduced in SABS, I haven't had time to verify. Once we can get you running with Adhell, it should be straightforward with SABS too.
Will try that when I can use a computer.
 
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    SABS - Knox SDK frontend

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    SABS is an open source tool that shows how to use Samsung Knox SDK without root. It lets developers see how various features work and test them. Some of the features are: system-wide domain blocker, package disabler, permission manager, apps force stopper (examples include theme store), system-wide or app-specific port 53 blocker and more.

    SABS works on all non-rooted (and knox not triggered) Samsung devices with Android Lollipop 5.0 or higher and Samsung Knox version 2.5 or higher. Testers have confirmed that SABS works without any major issues on these devices: Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, Note 8, A3 2017, S7, S7 edge, S6, S6 edge, J7 Pro, J7 2016, J5 2016, J5 2015. Some testers have confirmed that SABS works without any major issues but others have reported phone reboots on these devices: S9, S9+.

    To develop apps that use Knox SDK or try them out, you need to get the license key. Development license key works for up to 10 devices. To develop an app based on SABS or try it out, you have to also change the package name (id) to get your own 10 development seats. Instructions are below.

    As featured in:
    • Lifehacker:
      "Simple Ad-blocker for Samsung (SABS for short) promises to remove all those pesky ads and then some. The app works by tapping into Samsung’s ultra-secure KNOX software. That gives it the ability to disable packages—A.K.A. the terrible bloatware slathered on by your carrier. SABS also includes a system-level permission manager, giving you an extra level of control over what apps can see and do on your phone."

    • XDA Developers:
      "Along with providing an ad blocker service, SABS can also disable system apps that are impossible to disable within the settings application without root. You can also use it to remove permissions from apps that you can’t usually control."​

    • Gizmodo:
      "There are many adblockers in the Android App Store. Most eliminate ads or replace them with something that does not bother the eye. Simple Ad-blocker for Samsung (SABS) takes that function a little further and does something very welcome: put control of the applications in our hands."​

    Also featured in: Android Community, The Gioi Tre, iCrowdNewswire, TuttoAndroid, InfoGlitz, PametniTelefoni, GameOfThrone, AllAboutPhones, AndroidCure, GizBlog and more!

    Table of contents
    • Donate
    • Setup
    • External links
    • FAQ (post #2)
    • Changelog (port #3)

    Donate
    You can donate to LayoutXML on MOD Edit:- Links Removed
    . I'm a school student who is about to go to university. Every dollar helps.

    Setup
    Congratulations, you are now a developer who is interested in developing (or trying out) an app that uses Knox sdk.

    MOD Edit:- Links Removed

    Following steps 1-i-ii-a takes about 30 minutes. If you follow steps 1-i-ii-b it will take about 2 minutes. Following steps 2-i-ii-a takes about 2 minutes. If you follow steps 2-i-ii-b it will take about 2 minutes.

    Even though the method with a computer takes more the first time, the app will be more stable. Not to mention, that this method is completely free. The method with a phone takes less time at first but you need to use paid app and the app will be less stable.

    1. Setup for the first time

    Every user of SABS needs to receive a license key directly from Samsung.
    Follow along this video to make sure you are following the steps correctly. There are several cuts to hide my personal information in the video.
    MOD Edit:- Links Removed
    MOD Edit:- Links Removed
    [/LIST]


    Step II - Changing the package name
    You can choose to change a package name of the app with or without a computer. Before following the steps below, uninstall any KNOX adblocker you already have installed on your phone such as Adhell, Adhell 2 or Disconnect Pro.

    a - With a computer​
    Follow along this video to make sure you are following the steps correctly.
    MOD Edit:- Links Removed
    [/LIST]


    b - With your phone
    The are multiple ways to change the package name of the app. Following guide focuses on editing the package name with "APK Editor Pro" app. You can also use different apps if such exist.
    Follow along this video to make sure you are following the steps correctly.
    MOD Edit:- Links Removed

    MOD Edit:- Links Removed

    B - With your phone


    MOD Edit:- Links Removed

    XDA:DevDB Information
    SABS, App for all devices (see above for details)

    Contributors
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    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: 0.0.9
    Stable Release Date: 2018-03-14

    Created 2018-02-18
    Last Updated 2018-03-15
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    FAQ

    Is using SABS safe?
    Yes, SABS is open source, it uses Samsung Knox SDK.

    Why do I have to get my own key?
    To use Samsung Knox SDK you need to have a license key. You can get development license for free or become a Samsung partner with a registered business and going through vetting.

    Ads are not blocked on application X. What do I do?
    SABS is simply a frontend for Samsung Knox. Standard package in app is very light to show what can be achieved with Samsung Knox. mmotti's package has more domains and may be used to block more domains. You can add other packages (blocklists) such as adaway if you want to block ads. You can also block domains yourself. You can also ask this question on xda thread (linked below) and learn what packages others are using.

    Do I have to be rooted?
    No. Not only you don't have to be rooted, SABS only works on devices with knox not tripped.
    25
    I have released a new compiled version - 0.0.9.
    https://github.com/LayoutXML/SABS/releases
    23
    Changelog

    Latest version:
    v0.0.9 (2018-03-15)
    Code:
    * Layout fixes (text no longer overlays or gets cropped in some areas of app)
    * Text improvements
    * Improved whitelisting domains (you can now simply whitelist the domain instead of finding it in the package)
    * Removed 1 empty permission
    * Export unique blocked domains from recent screen to a file
    * Choose recent activity time from 1 to 7 days
    * Refresh recent activity
    * Block theme store from being launched - you can now easily use phone themes from XDA or other websites. (works better than simply disabling theme store in package disabler screen)
    * "Restore permissions" option in permissions manager screen
    * More

    Older releases:
    v0.0.8 (2018-03-03)
    Code:
    * Fixed the bug where blocking would not enable/disable or show incorrect value
    * Fixed dialog asking for key going under screen on devices with small screens and big fonts
    * Added a loading screen for enabling/disabling blocking, adding block lists (subscribing), updating lists
    * Integrated mmotti's domain package into SABS now. You can safely enable both (don't forget to remove the old one if you have added it before)
    * Made SABS block domains only once if they appear in multiple packages
    * Added a number that shows how many unique domains are blocked across the all packages (whitelisted domains are not included)
    * You can now also use files inside the subscribe screen
    * Provider in subscribe screen is not cut of anymore
    * Fixed the black theme on dialog asking for key
    * Increased the chances of successfully blocking big domain lists
    * Removed obsolete and not working permissions in permission manager
    * Added descriptions for all permissions in permission manager
    * Changed the versionCode (internal code in SABS) to show number of commits at the release moment
    * More

    v0.0.7 (2018-02-23)
    Code:
    * Added an option to choose whether to block port 53 globally or only on Chrome
    * Fixed some app icons not showing up in package disabler
    * Updated string.xml with clearer wording and improved settings menu names
    * Made long press on an app in package disabler open its settings in phone settings
    * Added ability to control READ_CLIPBOARD permission
    * Sorted permissions in permissions tab alphabetically
    * Fixed custom whitelist being ignored
    * Added more fixes and improvements to blocking enabling including but not limited to: fix to not block duplicate domains, fix to first block port 53, 
    * Added ability to block or whitelist custom wildcards
    * Fixed some issues with domain checking
    * Changed updater from dialog to snackbar on black theme
    * More

    v0.0.6 (2018-02-17)
    Code:
    * Share blocked package list
    * Materialized whitelist, blocking, subscribe, permission in apps screens, redesigned recent activity screen
    * Improved search in package blocker screen
    * Orange selection bug fix
    * New settings screen
    * Ability to disable start-up warning
    * Black theme (amoled)
    * Option to block port 53 (may break some functionality)
    * Removed 15k url limit. The only limit now is set by Samsung (AFAIK ~20k)
    * More responsive UI
    * Margins in settings and in package disabler fixed
    * Made the delete button and checkbox in subscribe screen work all the time
    * Fixed and closed issues 1-6, responded to the majority of feature requests, bug mentions on reddit
    * Cleaned up
    * More small changes (check out recent commits)

    v0.0.5 (2018-02-07)
    Code:
    * Optimized for changing package id - no more crashes (if renamed as instructed above), correct uninstall, shows package id in the settings, about screen and lets you copy it by clicking.
    * Cleared slides shown at the start when first installing.
    * Unblocked port 53 as it is used in many places such as Android Wear. You can expect the option to select whether you want it blocked or not in the future
    * Prompt to restore administrative privileges if they get removed

    v0.0.4 (2018-02-04)
    Code:
    * Recent activity screen design changes and improvements
    * Internal checker that reminds users that the key cannot start with letters "KLM" if their key does
    * A warning screen every time a user opens an app that reminds that it is dangerous to edit some things, and so that there wouldn't be any accidental presses while phone is, for example, in the pocket
    * Ability to rotate screen, scroll if items are out of screen, support for more screen sizes
    * Faster loading for package disabler
    * Search icons in search fields
    * Import and export disabled package list file name chooser
    * List of domains updated
    * Fixes for some domains
    * Removed billing permission
    * Clean-up

    v0.0.3 (2018-01-29)
    Code:
    * Fixed back press button bug where user would be taken unnecessary amount of steps back (not level based)
    * Fixed bottom bar showing in some screens where it shouldn't
    * Fixed some titles in screens
    * Native support for 18:9 aspect ratio - no need to press to expand app
    * Design fixes
    * Asynchronous loading! No need to wait for certain elements to load because it's done in the background
    * Google Duo is now by default in whitelisted apps because of errors in duo
    * Fixed bug where system apps were reported as user apps

    v0.0.2 (2018-01-02)
    Code:
    * Auto updater (notifies about new release, loads website to download)
    * Licenses in settings > about
    * Removed some dependencies (crashlytics, fabric)
    * Updated dependencies
    * Material design package manager
    * Ripple effect
    * Fixed grey background bug (background would change to grey when returning to app when permission manager was on)
    * Menu in permission manager
    * Pull to refresh in package manager
    * Animations in settings
    * Snackbars when turning on/off domain blocking, enabling/disabling packages in manager
    * One fragment renamed in source files
    * Clean-up

    v0.0.1 (2018-01-01)
    Code:
    * New project name, readme file, license
    * Lint correctness fixes
    * Updated build.gradle dependencies
    * New bottom bar navigation view (replaced deprecated roughike's BottomBar)
    * Materialized - many design fixes, compliance with Material design guidelines (not finished). Including but not limited to: margins, text sizes, colors, styles
    * Complete settings menu redesign
    * New app icon, button icons and many other images
    * Tutorial slides
    * About section with links to view source code, send feedback
    * Better (but not finished) error fragments and text informing about errors
    * Many layouts changed to constraint layouts
    * Ability to control extra 308 permissions
    * Permissions are now numbered
    * Scrollbar on permissions manager fragment
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    Released a new version of SABS! https://github.com/LayoutXML/SABS/releases
    Also, as of now exactly 3000 people have downloaded SABS (and only 20 of them used a computer to rename package id).

    Changes:
    Added an option to choose whether to block port 53 globally or only on Chrome
    Fixed some app icons not showing up in package disabler
    Updated string.xml with clearer wording and improved settings menu names
    Made long press on an app in package disabler open its settings in phone settings
    Added ability to control READ_CLIPBOARD permission
    Sorted permissions in permissions tab alphabetically
    Fixed custom whitelist being ignored
    Added more fixes and improvements to blocking enabling including but not limited to: fix to not block duplicate domains, fix to first block port 53,
    Added ability to block or whitelist custom wildcards
    Fixed some issues with domain checking
    Changed updater from dialog to snackbar on black theme
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