How to define which apps can access the internet on your Android – without root!
Many Android apps require internet access: some need it to work, others not so much. Android Lollipop has removed the dedicated internet permission, which has made it very difficult to block access to specific applications. So far, the only solution was to root your device and install a firewall. NetGuard solves this, and without root.
What NetGuard for Android
First of all, NetGuard is still in beta and not available on the Play Store, and the APK can be downloaded directly from GitHub. For those who understand and want more information, the app source code is also available; Even so, you decide to use it at your own risk.
The XDA forum developer app, M66B, who is responsible for the last XPrivacy. NetGuard for Android a firewall It does not require root access, and allows the user to block access to each application's WiFi and / or cellular network, all in one extremely simple interface.
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