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belladin34

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does the xr500 block ads if it can can some one add a tutorial please



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does the xr500 block ads if it can can some one add a tutorial please

Hi.

 

The XR500 does not block ads but detects if theres an adblocker being used........If you want a good adblocker I can recommend you 1.


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No but it's a feature we've thought about before and could probably do!


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Hi.

 

The XR500 does not block ads but detects if theres an adblocker being used........If you want a good adblocker I can recommend you 1.

what ad block do you use?


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the best adblocker for all of your devices is adguard 



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what ad block do you use?

I use adblockplus from google play store. It performs well.


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Me Too!!!.



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Me Too !!!!



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ok i will like to see this feature it make browsing the web for all devices good and it help the router to because it block all malware plus dount open so many ports



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ok i will like to see this feature it make browsing the web for all devices good and it help the router to because it block all malware plus dount open so many ports

 

I've added it to our feature request list


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the best adblocker for all of your devices is adguard 

 

Ditto. I got a lifetime licence deal on AdGuard a year or so back and protect maybe a dozen devices with it.

 

AdGuard can also act as a proxy server for a local network, but I've never bothered to set that up in favour of installing and activating on individual machines.


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Ditto. I got a lifetime licence deal on AdGuard a year or so back and protect maybe a dozen devices with it.

 

AdGuard can also act as a proxy server for a local network, but I've never bothered to set that up in favour of installing and activating on individual machines.

 

Adguard is the best adblocker program I've ever seen, I hope that they can implement a router configuration such as a Vpn connection to protect the whole network.







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