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It shipped with various lists, a P2P list for example, that you could use to block company IP addresses associated with copyrights holders, media companies and companies that were known to record P2P traffic.Developer stopped and Peer Block took over for the time being, but this too stopped eventually and back in 2009 no alternative was available that offered continuous development and new features.They can't get in to your phone, and your phone won't try to send them anything either. Keep in mind that I'm not a member of the Peer Block team, I just wanted Peer Block for phone You're able to grab the lists from so you can start blocking those evil hosts To add lists to Peer Block create a new directory in the root of the sdcard (not external sdcard) Called 'Peer Block Lists' here should be all the text files Everytime you added a new/updated list to your Peer Block Lists please press the 'Rebuild cache blocklist' and reboot so that new hosts can be blocked WARNING: Root is required for XPosed to be installed Use at your own risk! Sent from my C6603 using xda premium Can you take a look at your internal/external sdcard and see if a file exists called "Peer Block.dbx" I've only tested my app at the Galaxy S4 since that's the only device I own Also try to start it a bunch of times and see if that helps Also don't forget to enable Peer Block in the XPosed Installer and reboot Yes sorry my mistake, I didn't add the folder. Create a directory in the sdcard called "Peer Block Lists" 4. Go into the Peer Block app and tick "Block DNS" and "Block 'Ad' Keyword in the Host name" 11. Answer: Most likely you disabled the option "Block DNS" Source code: https://github.com/Anguis Captor/Peer Block For Android Contact If you want to contact me for anything or just a chat you can add me at skype using this e-mail or just e-mail me, [email protected] work, I've been looking for this for ages. I've just installed peer blocker and it's force closing and I can't get into the app.
The aim of its use was to block peers on the same torrent download from any visibility of your own peer connection using IP lists.
Now simply copy/paste the file into the sdcard in the folder Peer Block Lists 10.
Press the Update button to download the list (or copy the Update URL into your browser to download it) 9.
Due to Version 1.0 only blocking TCP ports Peer then shifted to uk where Protowall, The blocklist Manager, B. Version 2 enabled support for more protocols (TCP, UDP, ICMP, etc.), multiple block lists, and automatic updates.
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