Support Blocked web site

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by brad5555, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. brad5555

    brad5555 New Member
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    There is a web address that I accessed for months, which is now "unavailable" on my Virginmobile HTC Evo V, using 3G.
    On my At&T DSL computer, it is always available, no problem. (No typos, and no adblocking that I know of). Web address source is Centurylink DSL.
    Is there a list of blocked Virginmobile web addresses?
    Thanks
     

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  2. thIsgUy20

    thIsgUy20 Well-Known Member
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    i havent ran into any blocked websites. did you try going to it in incognito mode
     
  3. ochenta

    ochenta Well-Known Member
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    I've never had this happen nor ever heard of it happening to anyone else. Are you sure you weren't actually connected to a wifi connection that blocks certain sites?
     
  4. brad5555

    brad5555 New Member
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    Hello - back again....the IP address that I can no longer access is my own, and I could view my surveillance cameras on it. I can still view the backyard, no problem, but front yard is now impossible to view on my phone....BUT, if I go through a proxy site, such as anonymouse, I can view the front yard no problem, very quickly. Weird.
    And on my AT&T DSL, both front yard and back yard are directly viewable.
    (I don't know anything about incognito mode...will check). Thanks
     
  5. brad5555

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    Forgot to mention - wifi was not used. wifi has always been Off.
     
  6. lEquin0xl

    lEquin0xl Well-Known Member
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    That's very weird, could it possibly he a app? What browser are you using on your phone?
     
  7. Austrie

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    Get a file manager, preferably ES File Manager, and delete the file "Hosts" in "/etc" or "/system/etc" then reboot. Though you might need to move a blank file into the old spot where the original file was and rename the blank file as "Hosts".
     
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