NoRoot Firewall

NoRoot Firewall


Firewall WITHOUT ROOT. Host name/domain name filtering, simple interface, fine-grained access control and no suspicious permissions on the firewall app itself.

* TO LTE USERS *
NoRoot Firewall may not work on LTE because it NoRoot Firewall currently doesn't support IPv6. I'm working on the fix.

NoRoot Firewall requires NO ROOT. It protects your personal information from being sent to the Internet. NoRoot firewall notifies you when an app is trying to access the Internet. All you need to do is just press Allow or Deny button.

NoRoot Firewall allows you to create filter rules based on IP address, host name or domain name. You can allow or deny only specific connections of an app.

Features
- No root required as the name NoRoot Firewall says.
- Fine-grained access control based on IP/host name/domain name.
- Simple interface. Easy to use.
- Minimal permissions. No location, No phone number.

This is the perfect solution if you want a firewall for android without root. It gives you a complete protection for your Android. NoRoot Firewall is like Drodwall for no root users.

Translation contributors:
- Björn Sobolewski
- Jeanck
- Elias Holzmann
- Torsten Bischof
- Daniel Macedo
- Víctor Alberto Nibeyro
- Wilco van Tilburg
- Rosario
- Patrick DARRICAU
- David opdebeeck
- George Camargo
- Fernando G
- Florin Radulescu
- Magyar
- Mehmet Ali Inceefe
- Deny
- Tufan Bağdu
- Sparrow79
- Ömer from steppes
- Adair Moreno Matus
- Amer ahmad
- saeed
- Nibeyro Víctor Alberto
- Matthew Hoyles
- Lachezar Gorchev
- Fabian Thomys
- gott.de
- Alejandro Celis
- Juan Diego Iannelli
- Pierre-Louis Russo
- Alfred Spijker
- Matúš Moravčík
- Mihufish
- HelixX23
- Julian David Strassegger
- Cronoxergoid
- Nickolay Umnoff
- LoSMB
- gaixixon
- Yusuf_Champa_Vietnam
- Anil R Chaudhari
- abdullah almuzahmi
- mob7er
- Nano
- Max
- Wolfram
- yawz
- and many other people

Recent changes:
v2.2.5
- Fixed a bug on Android 4.4
- Added translations

v2.2.4
- Auto refresh Apps list on install/uninstall of apps
- Fixed a crash when turning on/off WiFi in some conditions

v2.2.3
- Fixed several bugs
- Added translations

v2.2.2
- Made checkboxes bigger
- Added crash report button
- Added translations
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Free
86
4.3
User ratings
9981
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
504 kb
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About NoRoot Firewall
Firewall WITHOUT ROOT. Host name/domain name filtering, simple interface, fine-grained access control and no suspicious permissions on the firewall app itself.

* TO LTE USERS *
NoRoot Firewall may not work on LTE because it NoRoot Firewall currently doesn't support IPv6. I'm working on the fix.

NoRoot Firewall requires NO ROOT. It protects your personal information from being sent to the Internet. NoRoot firewall notifies you when an app is trying to access the Internet. All you need to do is just press Allow or Deny button.

NoRoot Firewall allows you to create filter rules based on IP address, host name or domain name. You can allow or deny only specific connections of an app.

Features
- No root required as the name NoRoot Firewall says.
- Fine-grained access control based on IP/host name/domain name.
- Simple interface. Easy to use.
- Minimal permissions. No location, No phone number.

This is the perfect solution if you want a firewall for android without root. It gives you a complete protection for your Android. NoRoot Firewall is like Drodwall for no root users.

Translation contributors:
- Björn Sobolewski
- Jeanck
- Elias Holzmann
- Torsten Bischof
- Daniel Macedo
- Víctor Alberto Nibeyro
- Wilco van Tilburg
- Rosario
- Patrick DARRICAU
- David opdebeeck
- George Camargo
- Fernando G
- Florin Radulescu
- Magyar
- Mehmet Ali Inceefe
- Deny
- Tufan Bağdu
- Sparrow79
- Ömer from steppes
- Adair Moreno Matus
- Amer ahmad
- saeed
- Nibeyro Víctor Alberto
- Matthew Hoyles
- Lachezar Gorchev
- Fabian Thomys
- gott.de
- Alejandro Celis
- Juan Diego Iannelli
- Pierre-Louis Russo
- Alfred Spijker
- Matúš Moravčík
- Mihufish
- HelixX23
- Julian David Strassegger
- Cronoxergoid
- Nickolay Umnoff
- LoSMB
- gaixixon
- Yusuf_Champa_Vietnam
- Anil R Chaudhari
- abdullah almuzahmi
- mob7er
- Nano
- Max
- Wolfram
- yawz
- and many other people

Recent changes:
v2.2.5
- Fixed a bug on Android 4.4
- Added translations

v2.2.4
- Auto refresh Apps list on install/uninstall of apps
- Fixed a crash when turning on/off WiFi in some conditions

v2.2.3
- Fixed several bugs
- Added translations

v2.2.2
- Made checkboxes bigger
- Added crash report button
- Added translations
User reviews of NoRoot Firewall
Jul 24, 2014
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Saturday 2:57 PM
shame it doesn't activate its self on reboot
A Google User
Saturday 12:14 PM
Very useful app Why it asks for approval every time when it starts? It should start automatically with system.
A Google User
Friday 7:14 PM
Works well, but has a few draw backs Works well at stopping internet traffic, but since it uses VPN it has a few draw backs. I believe android only allows one instance so you can't a real vpn in front of the firewall. Also this will do nothing to prohibit traffic on your local lan/wifi. Both of these are mostly a concern at public hotspots. I've also ran into a problem where running xprivacy (xposed framework module) does not play well with NRF. Internet connection is very sparatic with boht enabled.. I can run one but not both at the same time. I wish there was a root version of this firewall that did'nt require VPN. The fine tuning of firewall rules makes this the best FW i've found on android but the problems i've ran into is keeping me from using it.
A Google User
Friday 4:22 PM
SIMPLE AND USEFUL.
A Google User
Friday 3:37 PM
Truly Fantastic It does what it needs to do even on non rooted phones so its easy and safe to use for everyone not just techys.