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>I'm simply giving the downside of using them because most of these browsers are popular and if they can't block their ads then that's a bit useless.
They can and do block ads on these browsers, just that Google does some stuff in the background that limits them which is pretty easy to bypass.
On samsung browser there is content blocker from adguard - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker
>And on adhell 3 it blocks ads in these Bridges l browser while everything happens on the phone instead of sending data to dns
Adhell is similar to AdAway in how it blocks ads. So it would be not fair to compare these with vpn based ad blockers.
> I would use Samsung browser if they had better pop-up blocker
Checm out the AdGuard Content Blocker addon, haven't had any issues with popus.
Are you talking about Adguard Content Blocker? Their Google Play page explicitly says that it does not block ads in other apps.
Adguard Content Blocker
I tried a few of the available options and Adguard blocked the most without breaking other functionality in web pages.
No problem. :)
If you want to get rid of the empty spaces, you can use Adguard Content Blocker along with SABS. Unfortunately, it only works with Samsung Internet Browser. It's not a system wide ad blocker. But it's light and works extremely well. Give it a shot if you haven't tried it yet.
I knew a guy that had something very similar happen to him. One day, full screen ads just started popping up. He didn't remember installing any sketchy apps,either. Factory reset didn't work and Google searching found that it was most likely adware that got installed to the root of the OS.
He was able to block the ads by installing Adguard: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker
Is this the ad blocker you are talking about? If so, how did you get it to block ads system wide? All it does for me is redirect me to the extension for Samsung Internet Explorer that blocks ads.
Make sure to also download an ad-blocking extension. It's the primary reason for the browser's increased performance/battery life over Chrome. I recommend Adguard.
I use Adguard Content Blocker it has more options for filters and doesn't build up your cache some of the other blockers had 200mb in cache after a month use
AdGuard is by far the best app I've found for blocking in game ads. It's like being in airplane mode but you're not. I recently upgraded to the lifetime membership for the extra features but the free works just fine also.
Tip: if non game apps and websites act weird after installing pause AdGuard to see if it's the issue. Then whitelist the app/site in AdGuard.
Can you please share a guide on how to do that? ,
I've used Adguard but I've never figured where i could see which apps are using the internet or which hosts it connects to, let alone control that
BTW i mean Adguard from play store found in that link
Just to make sure we mean the same app
So ur not using "Adguard content blocker" visiting in mobile with "Samsung Internet" browser. There is no problem on desktop or normal version of adguard unlike these.
Try to use adguard, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker
I think the true problem is everyone cannot handle in this era simple stuff like that. Welcome to the cristal era, everyone feels ofendend with things in other time no make sense. And this happens in all the world, we can't not see things because someone feel ofendend, and the others pay for that one who feels ofendend, forgetting the tolerance and the freedom of see what u want to see or simply stop to see, I don't like see death people, and the news shows something about that I just simply swipe the canal. It's something like u don't like the warm, u have another ways to feel fresh.
Is about to find options not removing for all...
No, unfortunately not. But I can say that it doesn’t occur on my S8. Try updating your device to the latest version and to give adblocking for Samsung Internet a serious try. I use this one:
Adguard should work without root but you can't use a VPN with it at the same time. I use adaway but that requires root.
Working is okay but as per how adguard does functioning, update is missing. Check since 15 April 2020, no updates came. Its almost a year.
If your phone is rooted, AdAway works like an adblocker for your entire phone.
If your phone is not rooted (and, if you're not tech savvy, it's probably not), AdGuard is an adblocker that works, but only on specific mobile browsers.
Are you planning on supporting ad blocking apps like Samsung Internet and the Yandex Browser do? One such example would be AdGuard's app (unaffiliated, I just see their lists all the time in uBlock Origin).
I am sorry, this is dumb.
But I am technologically illiterate.
I started using unblock origins add-on on Mozilla on someone's recommendation.
And I don't know what DNS settings are, I don't seem to find them in ublock origins.
And I searched adguard and two things come up
And an app
The app asks me to further install either yondex browser or a Samsung browser.
The website asks me to install the app from outside of playstore.
Is adguard an adblocker on the router?
I'm a little confused. I downloaded Adguard (I assume this is the same one), but I don't see anything in the settings that would require payment.
On their website, I see that you can pay for a lifetime (of device) or on an annual basis. Is the license just so the app works/updates?
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker&hl=en (I know it's the wrong Adguard, hence why I posted), but the version I found via Google (here) seems no better.
It talks about offering only a 7 day trial, and according to the FAQ, without the premium version, it only filters ads from browsers.
"While free version is excellent at removing ads from browsers, it doesn't filter other apps' traffic. It also doesn't have the Safebrowsing feature."
Is the non-play store site I linked even the correct version? Is this the only option?
Try to get an extension like AdGuard for browsing, saves alot of time and effort. and suddenly sites like adfly become a blank white slate with a single link in the middle.
Another user found out that the version they are using (and I guess you are using as well) got pulled from the play store. This is the version I was looking at.
I'm using a Samsung S6 with a custom kernel and ROM (named Arter97 and NemesisROM, respectively). I use AdAway which works perfectly and without using any system resources (all it does is replace your hosts file), but does require root access.
I've had it for a minute and don't plan on replacing it anytime soon but I'll definitely check out the Lenovorolla line when I do. I'm a big advocate for modular design so like to support it when I can.
I'm really curious. It says here it only works with Yandex and Samsung browsers, and it asked me to choose one of the two when I installed it.
I don't get it, is that the app you are talking about?
Edit: I found a site with the APK. The verison number matches the latest version available and installed on my S8+. Here is the link if you wanna try it out.
If you decide to try it and it works, this is the content blocker I use with it Just install this after installing the Samsung browser, then tap the ... in the top right of the Samsung browser, tap extenstions, content blockers, and turn on Adguard.
Hmm that's weird. For some reason I wouldn't expect that from Samsung lol (only supporting Nexus). Maybe its possible to sideload the APK if you are interested enough.
Whenever you come across a missed ad, copy the link and add the url to adhell. Anyone else's list ain't gonna help you cuz everyone's browsing habit it different. If everyone dumps their list, you're gonna have a long list. And since adhell doesn't allow bulk import, it's gonna be a big headache for you.
Use Adguard Content Blocker along with Adhell for better results.
that's what I thought! but this is the only adguard I found on the google play store https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker
edit: this is their actual app https://adguard.com/en/adguard-android/install.html#howToInstall
extensions are new to Nougat version of the browser so they are limited for now, hopefully more are on the way. my ad blocker of choice: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker
Requires no root but I'm fairly sure it ups power usage a decent bit. Don't know if it's worth it but doesn't hurt to give it a shot
The site. Google Play does not allow ad blockers... I don't know what you're seeing on the Play Store.
Ah, here it is.
Either it's a fake, or it's just neutered to comply with Google's terms. It only blocks ads in Samsung's browser, and something called the Yandex browser. The real AdGuard blocks ads everywhere.
Not sure if this would count as tinkering, but coming from three years with rooted phones I was quite annoyed by ads. Installed Adguard on the stock Samsung browser (which to me, seems the fastest on the S7E anyway) and ads are no more while browsing.
Too bad the hosts file can't be changed for a fully system wide block.
This is what im using..with good ratings.., u can try Adblock Plus addon too. Install and enable in Samsung browser Setting / Advanced / block content .
Adgard is also on the playstore and requires no permissions. I'm not trying to argue with you but all of the examples you are using to promote adblock are not really factual.
This one? Looks like it's a normal extension for certain browsers, so more like uBlock Origin on Firefox Mobile rather than AdAway.
stock Samsung browser + https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker (ad blocker plugin for it)
AdGuard is an option. Plenty of non-English filters included too.
It's the problem of websites and not your Android phone. Google warns me about this website
If you get those ad pop ups on some websites. "Your phone sm-...... Is infected with ... Viruses. Install this app to remove it." and sometimes it also causes vibration. This is just to scare you. Don't believe that message. It's just to fool you and earn some money from ads. If it happens then just close that tab.
Also if possible don't access those websites. And use browser that supports good ad blocking. New versions of Samsung browser has add-on apps like Ad Gaurd.
Alternatively, use firefox browser and use u-block origin add-on. And then whenever you see this kind of websites, turn off this from u-block origin settings for that website.
Also make sure your browser is updated to latest version. So that if there is any security risk it can warn you like this.
Samsung Internet + AdGuard add-on = win !
The best adblocker is outside of the play store though, and you need root. (Adaway)
But Adguard is nice.
Hey there, ads like that are definitely no fun. Not sure what kind of phone you have (I'll assume Android), but I don't think a store will be able to help you.
What you need to do is reset your advertising ID, opt out of interest-based ads, and limit ad tracking where possible. It looks like opting out of interest-based ads should do most of the trick, but you may also want to consider an ad blocker as well.
Samsung internet with Ad gaurd add-on.
Both are available on play store.
This? Sounds terrible..
Get Adguard or Adguard Content Blocker .
Wifi analyzer https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vrem.wifianalyzer
I use Adguard Content Blocker along with Adhell.
Search for them in the play store.
Read the first sentence in the apps description...
You sure? The Play Store listing says just Yandex and Samsung browsers. Or is this the wrong app?
Does not* , right?
This one? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker
Have you tried adguard for samsung internet ?adguard
Bro, you're still seeing ads in 2022?
> car vertical ne viską parodo.
Nu tai ir negali. Lietuvoj (ir turbūt daug kur kitur) po įvykių mašinos yra taisomos garažiukuose be jokių sąskaitų ir jie dėl to nieko negali padaryti.
Jei erzina reklamos, tai kompe rekomenduoju uBlock Origin, o Android telefone labai gerai veikia AdGuard.
Kad jau pradėjau, tai prie to pačio youtubui kompe SponsorBlock, o androidui Youtube Vanced.
Reklamų jau porą metų nesu matęs, labai smagu.
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Webcamrips :https://www.webcamrips.com/models/alexxiatouch/ ( adguard recommended for samsung user no ads)
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AD guard :https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker
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Its all a finded
Here for anyone who wants it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker
Is this the one?
Thx for your help
Can you confirm that it's this:
Go to app settings of your browser and force stop the app, then clear all storage (data + cache). Install Malwarebytes anti malware. It gives you a 7/14 day trial so use that to scan your device and see if its infected. Also try [blokada](https://blokada.org/index.html) and [AdGuard](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker). This linked AdGuard seems to be free for Samsung Internet. I haven't verified so I'm not sure whether its genuinely free or just another asshole design lol.
This is fake? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker
You have two main choices.
AdGuard, which has it's own apk application.
Using the Firefox web browser app, which can install Extensions like uBlock Origin.
The second option is more "Feature complete" due to uBlock Origin being the same type of one used by PCs.
This one? Says it only works in Samsung and Yandex browsers?
Adguard Content Blocker? It claims it only blocks ads in the browser...?
The night mode handles some pictures a little weird, compared to Samsung Internet high contrast mode:
Also would it be possible support for Adguard Content Blocker ? If not I'm just looking for more control on the adblocker like adding my own filters.
Is this what you're talking about? If so, then it says that it works for Yandex browser and Samsung browser only.
If you're an Android user, do yourself a favor.
AdGuard - free, open source.
Isn't this it though...?:x
What app did you use?
This only supports browsers?
some good advices there. just one thing: currently all ad blockers for Samsung browser except Adguard crash the browser. i wouldn't recommend anything except Adguard one (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adguard.android.contentblocker) anyway as it's the most updated, feature rich and fast ad blocker. when used with Samsung browser other browsers don't come close in performance.
It's just another ad tactic. I opt out of ads entirely because they're getting more sneaky and degrade the whole internet experience.
Adaway, Adguard and a better browser can solve the problem. You don't have to suffer with vibrating ads and you'll save data too.
Give AddGuard a try
Use Yandex browser and download Adguard.Adguard is only for Samsung and Yandex browser users.