FilterProxy

FilterProxy


FilterProxy is a access blocking proxy.
*WARNING* If you uninstall this, please reset proxy setting. If you don't, you will not be able to connect the internet.

[Function]
* FilterProxy blocks the URL that matched registered patterns.
* FilterProxy acts as redirector.
* FilterProxy replaces HTTP request header.

[Initial setting]
* In "Main-Setting" Tab, push "setting"
* "Mobile networks" -> "Access Point Names" -> {Using Access Point}
* In "Proxy", set "localhost"
* In "Port", set "8000"(Default port number of FilterProxy is 8000)

[Usage]
Because I cannot write it here, look at
http://goo.gl/j3KyQ
in detail.

[Disclaimer]
Use FilterProxy at your own risk.

[Caution 1]
FilterProxy is not Ad blocking application.
It blocks accessing the URL that matchs registerd patterns.
[Caution 2]
If you feel strange, please uninstall FilterProxy and recover the proxy setting of wireless access point.
[Caution 3]
It is troublesome that FilterProxy is killed for creating free memory.
(If FilterProxy is killed, you can't browse the Web page.)
So FilterProxy is wakeuped repeatly by timer when there isn't a icon of FilterProxy on the statusbar.
[Caution 4]
FilterProxy don't change the HTTPS access.

Recent changes:
Ver 2.4.9
* correct the result of $(dir:N) in Rewrite Pattern.

Ver 2.4.8
* In changing tab, needless software keyboard came to be hidden.
* When adding or removing a rule in [URL Filter/DenyList] tab, the match count has slipped off. It has been corrected.

Ver 2.4.7
* Append HTTPS logs disable option.

Ver 2.4.6
* FilterProxy came to display a log at the time of using HTTPS too.
* FilterProxy came to display the access time from a browser for log indication.
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About FilterProxy
FilterProxy is a access blocking proxy.
*WARNING* If you uninstall this, please reset proxy setting. If you don't, you will not be able to connect the internet.

[Function]
* FilterProxy blocks the URL that matched registered patterns.
* FilterProxy acts as redirector.
* FilterProxy replaces HTTP request header.

[Initial setting]
* In "Main-Setting" Tab, push "setting"
* "Mobile networks" -> "Access Point Names" -> {Using Access Point}
* In "Proxy", set "localhost"
* In "Port", set "8000"(Default port number of FilterProxy is 8000)

[Usage]
Because I cannot write it here, look at
http://goo.gl/j3KyQ
in detail.

[Disclaimer]
Use FilterProxy at your own risk.

[Caution 1]
FilterProxy is not Ad blocking application.
It blocks accessing the URL that matchs registerd patterns.
[Caution 2]
If you feel strange, please uninstall FilterProxy and recover the proxy setting of wireless access point.
[Caution 3]
It is troublesome that FilterProxy is killed for creating free memory.
(If FilterProxy is killed, you can't browse the Web page.)
So FilterProxy is wakeuped repeatly by timer when there isn't a icon of FilterProxy on the statusbar.
[Caution 4]
FilterProxy don't change the HTTPS access.

Recent changes:
Ver 2.4.9
* correct the result of $(dir:N) in Rewrite Pattern.

Ver 2.4.8
* In changing tab, needless software keyboard came to be hidden.
* When adding or removing a rule in [URL Filter/DenyList] tab, the match count has slipped off. It has been corrected.

Ver 2.4.7
* Append HTTPS logs disable option.

Ver 2.4.6
* FilterProxy came to display a log at the time of using HTTPS too.
* FilterProxy came to display the access time from a browser for log indication.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 10, 2014
WoW... it does block ads finally found an app that blocks ads without root....thanks.....works on wifi...
A Google User
Sep 24, 2014
Really works without root I tried several appz inorder to block a single ad showing in my rss feed, this is the only one works great without root my note3
A Google User
Aug 27, 2014
On WiFi it's not working It works when I use the mobile internet but not on WiFi. Please advise
A Google User
Aug 3, 2014
Does not work for HTTPS redirects. Only http.
A Google User
Feb 13, 2014
It kept on crashing. It waa pretty helpful at firts but then it started crashing so I had to uninstall.