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Feb 14, 2006
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Hammonds
NerdyRFDUser wrote: You can buy a cheap used raspberry pi and run a pi-hole at roughly the same price of the subscription. You also get to choose what to block on a dns level.
Buyapi has 0 raspberry Pi that'll run pihole and the 'market' has 3b's at $150+. Just wondering where you can get a retail price raspberry Pi these days is all..
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Nov 1, 2019
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Ottawa
Purchased! Thanks for making me spend my money at 4am in the morning OP!
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Apr 9, 2010
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Toronto
alanbrenton wrote: 9 devices at the same time?. just making sure it doesn't get stuck with the first 9.

Does this block YouTube ads?

Update, it does!
https://adguard.com/en/article/how-to-b ... utube.html
I have the family plan and it works pretty well. You can login to their website and remove previous devices to make space for more.

I like looking up recipes on my phone and for some reason, those pages are always crowded with ads. I hate the video ones! This clears it all up. =)
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Nov 28, 2019
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What a difference browsing the web ad free. Thanks op, upvoted.
Member
Nov 25, 2010
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What's the difference between paid and free versions of AdGuard Ad Blocker for Android?

This is one of the most popular questions we get, especially from new users. And what's a better way to answer it than with a short video?

https://www.youtube.com/embed/xNOeHpZgjFo
Deal Expert
Dec 26, 2010
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Got this on the VPN plus Adguard deal from a couple months back. It works good on my Samsung Galaxy Tab A but I had to turn it off as it interfered with the loading screens of many contest websites. Since it won't work on my Samsung TV, it's also pretty useless. Might work for some stuff on my TCL as that's Android. Might buy for friends but because of its many limitations, I don't know who might want it. Oh well, buy first, think later, eh?
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Jun 15, 2021
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Ruciz wrote: Buyapi has 0 raspberry Pi that'll run pihole and the 'market' has 3b's at $150+. Just wondering where you can get a retail price raspberry Pi these days is all..
You can run pihole on a rpi zero, which are selling for $10 or less on the market.

Looks like they didn't resign a contract so they are having supply issues atm.
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Nov 25, 2010
371 posts
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Also, odd to say but duckduckgo the browser has this same functionality at least on Android. In the browser settings you can turn on an anti tracking feature that posts up a vpn just like adguard does. Also reports on what gets blocked.

And it's free. Don't need to use the browser either. It covers all phone apps.

Edit: it's in beta and there is a wait list.
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Feb 28, 2006
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Toronto
NerdyRFDUser wrote: You can buy a cheap used raspberry pi and run a pi-hole at roughly the same price of the subscription. You also get to choose what to block on a dns level.
The only issue I have is the need to manually update the Blocklists but otherwise works great. I use adguard on the go
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Apr 2, 2009
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Markham
laprade_a wrote: Before you get too excited. From the webpage you linked to:

Disclaimer: currently, no ad blocker is technologically capable of blocking ads in the native YouTube App on mobile devices. This is a consequence of the underlying principles of Android OS and iOS, and not a product of the ad blockers' unwillingness or inability to do so

I use AdGuard and still get ads on the YouTube app.

Edit: they do offer a work around.

A two-step guide on how to do this:

1. Open YouTube app and start the video you want to watch.

2. Tap on the Share button and select AdGuard for Android from the list of apps.

That's it! A new window with the video will open where you'll be able to watch it without being interrupted by ads.
I think you're better off just using Brave browser for Andriod.
Pretty certain they block YouTube ads in the mobile browser along with other ads.
From what I'm reading of the work around, that extra step of sharing the YouTube video simply opens the mobile browser version of YouTube and blocks the ads in the mobile browser.
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Apr 2, 2009
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AAAAAAA7 wrote: Also, odd to say but duckduckgo the browser has this same functionality at least on Android. In the browser settings you can turn on an anti tracking feature that posts up a vpn just like adguard does. Also reports on what gets blocked.

And it's free. Don't need to use the browser either. It covers all phone apps.

Edit: it's in beta and there is a wait list.
Use Brave browser.
Free just like DuckDuckGo and has all the tracking/ad blocking already.
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Aug 15, 2006
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Kingston
So how do we get this to work with Chrome on Mobile for Android?

I have been researching, but I don't see anything that yet
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Feb 6, 2011
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On my Android phone, I have been using Dnschanger with the Adguard adblocking dns address to block ads for free for years.

You can even use AdGuard free dns on your router to block ads on your entire home network for free.

What's the difference between what I'm using now and what this hot deal is?
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Oct 24, 2005
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Does this work to block ads on my Nvidia Shield TV when watching Cinema HD? The Cinema HD ads are brutal.
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Sep 27, 2003
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Newmarket
Please keep the political discussion out of here. Discuss the deal please.
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Nov 16, 2008
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Is there any way this could work on iPhone native YouTube app to block ads?
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Jan 29, 2006
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geotr wrote: The only issue I have is the need to manually update the Blocklists but otherwise works great. I use adguard on the go
What do you mean? Adguard home refreshes the list automatically?
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Mar 13, 2012
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mchoochoo wrote: Does this work to block ads on my Nvidia Shield TV when watching Cinema HD? The Cinema HD ads are brutal.
there are mod version
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Mar 13, 2012
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AAAAAAA7 wrote: What's the difference between paid and free versions of AdGuard Ad Blocker for Android?

This is one of the most popular questions we get, especially from new users. And what's a better way to answer it than with a short video?

https://www.youtube.com/embed/xNOeHpZgjFo
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