Which process is polling qq.com & taobao.com? (Android Q)

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How do I figure how which app is contacting qq.com so I can remove it?

AFAIK Android 10 doesn't allow the ability to monitor processes in enough detail?

(This is on a Hisense A5 Pro. No forum for this device yet)
 

jwoegerbauer

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If device's Android 10 is rooted then "Network Connections" app may be a choice: The app will send you a notification every time apps attempt to an Internet connection.

BTW: QQ.COM => 125.39.52.26



 
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There are also some firewalls for unrooted phones.
And tools like this SandroProxy

SandroProxy has vanished from PlayStore, other options
 
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CXZa

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Thanks but I think those apps don't tell us which process or app the network requests are coming from
Yes, some seem to have issues on Android 10 and 11.

Well, try NoRoot Firewall. I have it on Android 10 Samsung - works.
 
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CXZa

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This looks interesting too, by @M66B
Open source: https://github.com/M66B/NetGuard

PRO features:
  • Allow/block individual addresses per application
Have to test it myself as well..
 
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It seems NetGuard can pass to another VPN and custom DNS is available to configure for that as far as I can see.
Sadly however, because my phone can't run GApps I can't run GApps. But thanks, this is really close :)

This looks interesting too, by @M66B
Open source: https://github.com/M66B/NetGuard



Have to test it myself as well..