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    mills23 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is it google or some setting I'm missing? There are ads every where in the browser! Getting really annoying.
     

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    AMOCO The Computer Guy Guide

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    You can use Adaway to remove them from the whole system,Plus if you use Chrome,You can use AdBlock Plus
     
  3. mills23

    mills23 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Do I need to be rooted for those?
     
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    AMOCO The Computer Guy Guide

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    Adaway,Yes
    AdBlock Plus,No
     
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    lol
    Google is an ad company before anything else. That's how they get most of their revenue, through ads, so it's not strange to find them in most products offered by or through them.
     
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    mills23 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I can't find ad block plus! Im not getting them in my notification panel. Just all over chrome. I have too wait line 5 sec before I can read the webpage.
     
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    AMOCO The Computer Guy Guide

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    jj14x and mills23 like this.
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    mills23 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    If I could thank you more than once I would! Thanks again
     
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    jj14x Guides Guide

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    Because you couldn't thank him a second time, I did :)
    Just out of curiosity, have you been able to get ABP to work reliably on 3g/4g and WiFi? I had tried that once and wasn't able to, so I installed adaway instead (I'm rooted).
    I had tried setting up the proxy as instructed, but it just never worked right. Ads would still come thru' all the time in apps and on the browser.
     
  11. mills23

    mills23 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    It only works on wifi for me. 😞
     

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