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DiamondJohn

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I just had this issue on my Pixel 6 and it resolved after rebooting. It appears Magisk requires a reboot after enabling systemless hosts. I don't recall it saying that anywhere, but it appears to be the case. AdAway now works properly.
Are you serious?!? the need for a reboot for root mode is everywhere! even for when it was used before magisk systemless, but magisk modules themselves are explicitly known to require a reboot before they are effective. If you search this thread for "reboot" you will get 20 pages of posts.
 
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zgfg

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Are you serious?!? the need for a reboot for root mode is everywhere! even for when it was used before magisk systemless, but majisk modules themselves are explicitly known to require a reboot before they are effective. If you search this thread for "reboot" you will get 20 pages of posts.
Agree on everything.
However, just adding the following:

- When you install a module from Magisk app it clearly asks a user that reboot is required

- However, to enable Systemless hosts, one must go to Settings page and to click on Systemless hosts.
For a very, very short, toast will say Systemless hosts module is enabled but Magisk does not warn that reboot is required

Actually, novice users likely do not know that Systemless hosts indeed works as a module (and therefore, that after enabling the reboot is required)

But yes, it has been described (here) many times that reboot us a MUST
 

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zgfg laid it out pretty accurately. In searching threads for the error I got with AdAway, the recommendation was to enable Systemless hosts in the settings menu. I did that and saw no message regarding a reboot needed. AdAway still failed. I tried the reboot just in case and voila, it worked.

Novice user might be a bit of a harsh statement given I've been rooting phones for almost 10 years, but I am admittedly much more of a user vs. developer when it comes to Magisk. That probably describes a lot of us though.

Clearly, there was at least one other user who had this problem, and I was trying to help them and others behind them, but also identify why we fell into the trap. A simple change to the menu text saying a reboot is required would probably go a long way. The alternative of expecting users to learn all the intricacies of Magisk modules, especially in the face of Canary changes, feels unreasonable. Many of us are already struggling trying to get our apps working with Denylist in the face of MagiskHide being removed (i.e. Company Outlook mail no longer working even with checking the same apps/processes as previously operating on the non Canary version with my last phone...not having work access on my daily driver is a real drag to say the least).
 
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Good afternoon:

Adaway should do as it did in versions 4. Reboot or not (the prompt came up for the user to choose) reboot or not after upgrading and installing the changes. It often stays on pause if you don't restart it. Putting in some source installed for a few minutes.

Magisk when you install Systemless does not tell you to reboot.

It would be convenient that Adaway put again that window that came out in versions 4.

I reboot after every update and it's fine.

But, I come to comment a strange thing that happened today, to three different devices. All root, magisk and Adaway 5.9.0 . We were having a coffee break at work. And in the meantime we hit update and download the host list updates. And we let it sit while we talked and drank the coffee. But then I noticed that all three terminals, Adaway had deleted all the host sources we had set. And I had zero, zero, zero (on the main screen). Adaway's configuration had not changed. But the list of host fonts. It had changed to the three it came with. And deleted all the others, but without changing the Adaway preferences settings.

A very rare thing. And even if you think I'm making it up or something. I'll pass.

For example in a S9+ I go from 9 lists of hosts, to the 3 of origin. In a Oneplus from 14 to the 3 of origin. And on my Nexus 6p too.

And they did not return the sources of the files, even if you reboot. You will delete cache. Good thing I had a backup and we were able to put it without a problem.

Curious and rare thing. And mysterious.

About the wiffi 5, I have not yet tested in this new version. But on rooted mobiles. And installed adaway from scratch, it happened what I said in my message. Even uninstalling and reinstalling Adaway.

Thanks a lot for your time

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Good afternoon:

Adaway should do as it did in versions 4. Reboot or not (the prompt came up for the user to choose) reboot or not after upgrading and installing the changes. It often stays on pause if you don't restart it. Putting in some source installed for a few minutes.

Magisk when you install Systemless does not tell you to reboot.

It would be convenient that Adaway put again that window that came out in versions 4.

I reboot after every update and it's fine.

But, I come to comment a strange thing that happened today, to three different devices. All root, magisk and Adaway 5.9.0 . We were having a coffee break at work. And in the meantime we hit update and download the host list updates. And we let it sit while we talked and drank the coffee. But then I noticed that all three terminals, Adaway had deleted all the host sources we had set. And I had zero, zero, zero (on the main screen). Adaway's configuration had not changed. But the list of host fonts. It had changed to the three it came with. And deleted all the others, but without changing the Adaway preferences settings.

A very rare thing. And even if you think I'm making it up or something. I'll pass.

For example in a S9+ I go from 9 lists of hosts, to the 3 of origin. In a Oneplus from 14 to the 3 of origin. And on my Nexus 6p too.

And they did not return the sources of the files, even if you reboot. You will delete cache. Good thing I had a backup and we were able to put it without a problem.

Curious and rare thing. And mysterious.

About the wiffi 5, I have not yet tested in this new version. But on rooted mobiles. And installed adaway from scratch, it happened what I said in my message. Even uninstalling and reinstalling Adaway.

Thanks a lot for your time

A big hug
I get what you are preaching.
You need to get the reboot after anything OCD, like I have. 😉
Even if you install an app from the app store, reboot.. (OCD) 🤪
 

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Since I upgraded my OP6T to Oxygen 11.1.1.1 I started to see ads.

Chrome/apps/pop-ups.

I'm using version 5.9, and turned off data saver (also. This wasn't an issue before)

When trying to open the host file in the app, I'm getting out of that screen. And redirected into the main app screen.

I have root with permissions.
Using root explorer shows me tow files (one linked file) for the hosts file. And the two (of course) are updated to when I click update hosts.

Any help would be great.

Also, where can I change the location of the host file (like was in version 3.3) I can't see where the file is pointing to
 

Kolyei

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I just had this issue on my Pixel 6 and it resolved after rebooting. It appears Magisk requires a reboot after enabling systemless hosts. I don't recall it saying that anywhere, but it appears to be the case. AdAway now works properly.
I made sure systemless hosts was installed before I reboot the phone. Nothing changed.

Although, I do have a backup of my allowed lists for AdAway. Should I clear all the data and start AdAway from scratch?
 

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Since I upgraded my OP6T to Oxygen 11.1.1.1 I started to see ads.

Chrome/apps/pop-ups.

I'm using version 5.9, and turned off data saver (also. This wasn't an issue before)

When trying to open the host file in the app, I'm getting out of that screen. And redirected into the main app screen.

I have root with permissions.
Using root explorer shows me tow files (one linked file) for the hosts file. And the two (of course) are updated to when I click update hosts.

Any help would be great.

Also, where can I change the location of the host file (like was in version 3.3) I can't see where the file is pointing to
I renamed all the files from various locations, then, execute the ad away and created a linked objects
 

zgfg

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I made sure systemless hosts was installed before I reboot the phone. Nothing changed.

Although, I do have a backup of my allowed lists for AdAway. Should I clear all the data and start AdAway from scratch?
Check in Magisk app, in Modules tab, if Systemless hosts module is properly enabled (like any other module)

You can also check by root explorer or from TWRP (if applicable), if there is there /data/adb/modules/hosts/system/etc/hosts file - that's the file where AdAway writes when working in Systemless mode (Magisk will mount that to the /system/etc/hosts file on every reboot)
 

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richardmace

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Hello, I'm new to this forum and I have a question regarding adaway configuration. I have a Magisk rooted phone with the systemless hosts module installed. I have adaway installed. Is there any configuration that I have to do to make adaway use the Magisk systemless hosts module? Thanks.
 

zgfg

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Good afternoon:

I wanted to ask you a question, if I may.

I wanted to use Adaway https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ftpmorph/ftpihole/master/blocklists/smartphone-ads-tracking.txt but I have a doubt. Since when I put it, Adaway recognizes it, then it does not.

Then I have a doubt. Would it be valid without the 0.0.0.0.0 or 127.0.0.0.1 or should it be ok?

Best regards
AdAway cannot work with that file. Format must be like:
0.0.0.0 click.google-analytics.com
or
127.0.0.1 click.google-analytics.com
not just
click.google-analytics.com


And not 0.0.0.0.0 or 127.0.0.0.1 (too many zeroes)
 

Nergal di Cuthah

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Hello, I'm new to this forum and I have a question regarding adaway configuration. I have a Magisk rooted phone with the systemless hosts module installed. I have adaway installed. Is there any configuration that I have to do to make adaway use the Magisk systemless hosts module? Thanks.
Nope no further configuration should be needed (of course reboot the phone after the module is installed)
 

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How much performance loss and battery drain does adaway cause when run without root?
For me as good as nothing. Doesn't even appear in BetterBatteryStats or battery settings of the device.
I don't know what should cause any battery drain, maybe a very small amount when automatically updating the sources (you can disable it),
 

DiamondJohn

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Good afternoon:

I wanted to ask you a question, if I may.

I wanted to use Adaway https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ftpmorph/ftpihole/master/blocklists/smartphone-ads-tracking.txt but I have a doubt. Since when I put it, Adaway recognizes it, then it does not.

Then I have a doubt. Would it be valid without the 0.0.0.0.0 or 127.0.0.0.1 or should it be ok?

Best regards
Slightly OT: I use a system that can accept the format. I added this source and checked what it added to my already >2.9M unique blocked hosts (about 970 new ones added) , and some worrying items look to me to be hosts used by the GPS, to update the satellite positions i.e."EXTRA Service" URL's in the gps.conf file. Some examples.
Code:
www.izatcloud.net
www.gpsonextra.net
xtra1.gpsonextra.net
xtra2.gpsonextra.net
xtra3.gpsonextra.net
xtra4.gpsonextra.net
xtra5.gpsonextra.net
xtra6.gpsonextra.net
xtrapath1.izatcloud.net
xtrapath2.izatcloud.net
xtrapath3.izatcloud.net
xtrapath4.izatcloud.net
xtrapath5.izatcloud.net
xtrapath6.izatcloud.net
Long story short, I added the host source BUT I also added a new whitelist to bring back these sites.
 
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I'm curious about this >2.9M hosts file, wonder what more benefits it has comparing to something like the OISD list for example (about 1M hosts).

Mind sharing the sources?
This host sources list is too much for AdAway, and the wrong format.

If by OISD you mean https://dbl.oisd.nl then yeah (NB: I use the domain list not the host list), that is one of my best. HOWEVER it explicitly excludes facebook, twitter and google shopping etc etc I do not use these (and a few of the others) and they are a big source of ads. So I prefer to have other list in addition, that explicitly block those excluded ad sources. And hence, not just OISD (just noticed it does not block Warez & Porn...and tracking links...and the more I read of what it does not block, the more I realise it would not suffice alone.
oisd.PNG
As you can see below, its near the top of unique host counts, but the ones it is missing (see above) are ones I want blocked.
uniquereport.png

I have also attached the whole report in the ZIP file as a HTML file. There are a lot of files with 0 unique, but you cant just take them all away in one sweep, as deleting one, would then make the hosts in another 0 file unique. So deleting two may leave some hosts unblocked.
 

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    Good morning,
    Has the disconnection bug when transferring data to WiFi on non-rooted smartphones been fixed?.

    Regards

    Not yet. It becomes part of my morning routine. Grabbing my device, checking the state of the device, capturing a logcat, scrolling the log to check what happened, looking for system errors, wandering into android platform documentation… Not an easy task!

    I fixed a lot of issues during the whole VPN rewrite. The last one dates from this weekend.
    I found the Android Backup Service was killing the VPN foreground service as part as the backup process.
    So I rewrote the backup solution. Good news backups will now works properly (the backup data was exceeding the allowed quota so the backup was never uploading to Google services...) for both rooted and non-rooted users.

    See the commit for all the details.

    Strictly speaking of the network switch bug, the new VPN works pretty well on my side. Again, it will improve from user feedback but I use it on my daily driver without issue (2/3/4/5g, personal wifi, entreprise wifi with multiple hotspots). If you are developer yourself, don't hesitate to built the feature/vpn branch and report how it works for you!
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    why can't i import this list to the app?
    Because it isn't a host file. Host files are formatted
    127.0.0.1 google.com
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    Please Add features Block ads with option Apps installed 🙏 thx
    When using VPN mode, you can control for which apps blocking will apply (by default, it will block for all the apps installed).
    However, it works only for blocking through DNS - if some apps use proprietary methods to push ads through their content channel (like YouTube), you must use special solutions (like Vanced YT) to block their ads

    In the hosts mode, AdAway can only give the changed hosts file to the system. After that, system applies thtat hosts file to all apps and AdAway cannot control to which apps the changed hosts file would be applied or not

    Finally, by choosing hosts sources, user controls which types of 'ads' will be blocked. By searching on tthe Net, you can find hosts sources that block only commercial apps, and/or analytics, porn, etc

    All that (theory, how VPN mode works, how hosts file works) has been extensively discussed earlier here and one can also google and read/learn about, hence it makes no sense to write about all that once again (how the given two mode work and what is possible and how/why or not)
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    why can't i import this list to the app?
    NINJA'd!: its for AdGuard not AdAway. The format is completely different between the two, and the URL itself tells you its for AdGuard.
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    After upgrading to the latest version of chrome, adway cannot block ads.
    After downgrading to use version 87.0.4280.141, adaway can block ads.
    Regularly updting Chrome, currently on 96.0.4664.104, and ads are always blocked

    AdAway root/hosts version, and Lite mode is disabled in Chrome

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    AdAway

    AdAway is an open source ad blocker for Android using the hosts file.


    Google Play Store notice:

    According the Google Play Developer Policy, especially the "Device and Network Abuse" section, ad blocker like AdAway violates the "Apps that block or interfere with another app displaying ads." rule and can't be distributed on distributed on the Play Store.
    As Free and Open Source Software, AdAway is available from F-Droid Store or this XDA thread :good:


    Requirements:

    This application requires Android 8 or above and does no more require root.

    For older Android versions, a rooted device is required.


    Changelog:

    If you don't want to read each announce post of this thread, you can:


    Downloads:

    Stable versions are available on F-Droid Store and below:


    Beta versions are available on XDA development thread only:

    AdAway 5.0.10


    Problem? Read this:

    * If you use Chrome and still see ads on web pages, remember to disable the "data saver" or "reduced data usage" browser option
    * Check your APN settings for any proxy, the proxy itself could be allowing ads. Disable the proxy.
    * After you install or make any change to AdAway, you must reboot for those changes to take effect
    * If you are still having issues please read and understand all the info in the wiki before asking for help here

    Otherwise, this is the right thread to discuss about it or file a bug report here.


    Contributors:

    PerfectSlayer, Vankog, jawz101
    Source Code: https://github.com/AdAway/AdAway
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    Hi all,

    A new year is coming and I wish you all to have nice holidays :victory:

    Just few words about this ending year. There was about 12 releases in 2019 which brings you a new UI, a lot of bug fixes, Android 10 support, Gist and GitLab hosting support and better Magisk support.
    All of this is possible thanks to the community to help users to discover the app, learn how to use it and report any new bug and also your moral, nice words and thanks you can send to me, and financial support.
    Thanks a lot for all donators, GitHub sponsor and the Pixel 2 you sent me to test Android 10 support.

    For the next year, I hope to release the next version (V5), at least in beta to start. It's been 9 months since its first lines of code and things are working quite nicely.
    It aims to make the app simpler to use for the main use cases, support rooted and non rooted devices and remove old hacks/workaround which are no more needed on recent setups.

    But before this big next update, I still have time to fix current issue with a new release :p

    Changelog:
    • Fix GitLab hosting support (commit date parsing failed)
    • Translation update

    Thanks:

    Special thanks to @gallegonovato for its helpful bug report and @Vankog for translation update.

    Download:

    AdAway 4.3.2 on AndroidFileHost (md5: 78fde09a0e92044c45e901bb1cec8e2e)
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    Hi all,

    Long time no see! It's been more than two months since the last update.
    I can't say I was not active on the project as I start working on a new version (5.x.y) as a side project.
    I won't share the source code yet as it is not ready at all and I don't want to give an ETA but this new version targets the following goals:
    • 1. Revamp the UI
    • 2. Clean up old support
    • 3. Address one of the main drawback of the app

    1. The card based UI does not feel right. Welcome card takes too much space, update button / status has a lot of critic. I guess I can do better.
    I started a new simpler and lighter design which provide the most useful information on home screen and all main actions to trigger in one tap (no more burger menu).
    It is still under heavy development but I hopefully get a friend onboard, specialized in graphics and design, to help me :highfive:

    2. In order to simplify the development, I clean up the app and remove support for old features.
    I bump target SDK version so I finally get Java 8 language feature (it was released 5y ago…) and move to topjohnwu root library (instead of home made one). It means systemless support is now handled by Magisk and other root solutions will still work.

    3. Think of what prevent most of users to use AdAway? Now it's gone!
    It's not gone forever. It's still here but there will be a fallback to workaround it.
    I won't tell more until the first public beta but I guess you get the point :fingers-crossed:

    In the meanwhile, here is a new version!

    Feedback:

    Is anyone using a hosts list hosted on Gitlab? It keeps showing "Unknown update status".
    GitLab, like GitHub do not set LastModified HTTP header so update status is not supported... yet!

    Changelog:
    • Add Gist and GitLab hosting support for hosts file
    • Add option to set default IPv6 redirection
    • Improve reboot command
    • Improve UI for overlays
    • Update translations

    Thanks:

    Special thanks to @MSF Jarvis and ralayax for theirs contributions and @andy356 for its helpful bug report.

    Download:

    AdAway 4.2.5 on AndroidFileHost (md5: ab81225745afaaa7646024109de299c0)
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    Hi all,

    Feedback:

    Hmm, not working for me for this URL, v4.1.0 shows something like not updated in -360 days (some large negative value). Can you please see if you can reproduce?
    https://raw.githubusercontent.com/StevenBlack/hosts/master/alternates/fakenews-gambling-porn/hosts
    It works well here. I failed to reproduce as I change the HTTP client library and how I use it.
    But update date for the source you link definitely works now.

    All the F-Droid apps I know of have manual push updates to the store.

    Isn't automatic build basically for nightlies?
    Not really. You could choose a lot of different mode.
    For example, F-Droid server watches AdAway GitHub repository to find tags which match a specific versioning pattern.

    I exist still... do you know what i have to do to transfer ownership? if i edit project it doesn't let me change the primary author so i assume i have to PM some higher up to make this happen?
    Thank you so much! :highfive:

    This is now done, @PerfectSlayer is the OP of this thread.
    Thank you too!


    Changelog:
    • Add hosts source download cache
    • Add snackbar notification to update host from DNS request listing
    • Update UI from Material Design to Material Theming
    • Update gradle, plugins and dependencies
    • Fix crash parsing not defined host source last modified date
    • Fix native modules build script (required for F-Droid build server)
    • Fix Transifex issues

    Thanks:

    Special thanks to all recent donators! Your help is really appreciated :good:

    Download:

    AdAway 4.2.0 on AndroidFileHost (md5: 023169e7c345ef7297095793024f8478)
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    Hi all,

    I talked enough about it the past weeks and here it is: the first beta for the next version of AdAway.
    As you know, the main feature is the removal of root requirement but it also comes with a lot of improvements like an easier to use UI, a builtin updater, new cache and databases to improve reliability or even a quick pause/resume adblocking button that 3rd party apps can control.

    It took me literally a year and 330+ commits to build it (the first commit of this branch was April the 7th) and I hope it will be worth it.
    It should allow the app to be viable in the future with root being more and more difficult to achieve at each new Android release and Google hardening SafetyNet checks.

    I will try to answer to the most expected questions here so you still can post a link to this FAQ later to lost users.

    FAQ:

    Does this version replace the v4.x versions?
    No. This is still a preview version and does not replace the stable one.
    It is available to test it and report issues and feedback before being promoted to stable.

    Can I upgrade and revert safely?
    Yes. Both v4 and v5 use the same settings export format.

    Why does this version targets Android 8+ Oreo only?
    Like the v4, v5 is expected to offer support for latest devices.
    Android 8 and above represent more than 60% of device distribution and will grew through time.
    If you use an older device, root solutions work very well and v4 is here for you (like v2 and v3 stayed for legacy devices).

    How the hell does it work without root?
    This version provides two adblocking methods: the usual root one using hosts file and a new one using local VPN.
    The VPN solution allows to filter and alter connections of your devices without root access.

    Is using a VPN safe?
    In the case of AdAway, yes. It uses VPN API but does not connect to a VPN server.
    In the case of VPN client app, it depends.
    To give you more details, a VPN client app uses the VPN API to create a virtual network interface on your device and redirect all your traffic into it.
    If you imaginge the VPN like a pipe (the right word is tunnel), client VPN app outputs all your traffic on a VPN server which is able to check what you are doing on the Internet.
    With AdAway, your network is not redirected to a VPN server but your device internet connection (same as no VPN). VPN API is only used to get traffic into it to break the connections to ad servers.

    Is VPN use battery?
    Yes, like everything you do on device.
    Witouth root, a VPN service will be running permanently to filter your traffic.
    Good news is it will only filter DNS traffic. Not all traffic is redirected into it so it won't be as expensive as you can fear.

    Did you come up with this idea alone?
    Absolutely not! I spent a lot of hours trying to find altenatives to hosts based adblocking (like routes or private DNS). But nothing was better than VPN based adblocking.
    So we (MrRobinson and I) approched Julian Klode, developer of DNS66 more than three years ago to see if we can merge our apps. It wasn't that easy as we don't develop our apps the same way so I ended up by integrating the DNS66 adblocking method into AdAway. It is fine for Julian, his app is Open Source and he himself built it from the core code of AdBuster app (an VPN based adblocking app).

    Should we stop using DNS66 for AdAway?
    Not at all. DNS66 is a great app and provides some features that AdAway doesn't have (yet?), like DNS settings.
    DNS66 is a great app, keep using it if you like it!
    If both apps used the same adblocking method a year ago when I start this version, I keep adding feature to the VPN adblocking method and most of them won't be in DNS66.
    If Julian ports them back to DNS66, it's great if it can help his app and users!

    Is it me or the app put on weight?
    Yes, the app significantly grew due to new libraries like VPN related ones and Android Jetpack.
    It also stores more data on device: a http cache, a host database, a hosts copy, etc...
    I think 15~20mo of storage is still fine.

    Changelog:

    Without further ado, check the summarized changelog (it was hard to summarize a one year development)

    • Add new home screen
      • Provides all main controls from one screen
      • Displays currently blocked, allowed and redirected domains
      • Displays current hosts sources status and control to force apply
    • Add non root ad-blocking feature
      • Uses a builtin local VPN to filter DNS request to blocked domains
      • Based on the work of dns66 by julian-klode
      • Allows to excluded system applications and per user applications
    • Add builtin updater with changelog display
    • Add feature to quickly pause and resume ad-blocking
    • Add wizard screen for first run setup
    • Add feature to display and filter all blocked, allowed, redirect domains
    • Improve preferences screen
    • Add broadcast receiver to control ad-blocking from third party applications
    • Update Android target to Android 10
    • Improve root and shell support
    • Split translation files to easier understand their context
    • Add GitHub action test and build tasks

    Download:

    AdAway 5.0.0 beta (sha2: 200fd7789b174735d3af5925b4e568b09475bb3f39a79d24d6617af4b19cd19d)

    If you like my work, feel free to support me. Check my sign for donation links. Thanks all! :highfive: