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Adbock for non-rooted devices Adfree for rooted devices The two above adblockers should help you block the ads, but they can't fix the problem for you. You'll need to root your phone and follow the answer from Saif-RX that is at the top of the page.
There is host file in /system/etc/ Folder. You need ROOT access. Just go to host file using root browser. Open it with text editor. Write following code : ad-type.google.com 220.127.116.11 You will now go to google.com PAGE.
Screenshot Pro displays these annoying, persistent ads with "smart application management" notifications. If that's not it then look for other apps that you recently installed or updated in Google Play with WiFi access. Disable notifications on the suspected app to see if it is the source of the ads, then uninstall it if disabling removes the ads. I had ...
is there an open wifi access point or a network you've connected to previously nearby? 192 and 10 are both private IPv4 blocks, so it doesn't make sense that your connection is bouncing between wifi and mobile data connections. mobile data connections normally lease public IPs using IPv6. your situation sounds like the device is bouncing between 2 WLAN ...
Well prowleragant application is a norton symantec application. Haven't seen it myself and couldn't find a download link of it. This app was removed from market, and the word market suggests that it was an old application. But a part of norton it may be present in the norton antivirus for android, haven't decompiled it will do later, as soon as my pc gets in ...
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