NoRoot Firewall

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About this app

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

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.

- 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.

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Jan 20, 2020

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108K reviews
Douglas Glenn
May 15, 2022
Outstanding Firewall and lets you be in control of an application's communications with the Internet. If you want to minimize the collection of information information, here's where you control it. Denying an apps permissions and storage doesn't mean it still can't contact 'home' with the limited information remaining. I've used this since 2019 and it's an awesome tool to block provider installed apps that cannot be disabled. Samsung Pay is one example.
51 people found this review helpful
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Jared S.
February 20, 2022
It's like a guard dog that typically sleeps on the job. Numerous connections that I'd prefer to have filtered aren't, so when it does end up filtering one, it's usually just an annoyance because it's a connection I would like permitted through. The "auto start at boot" does not work and it seems that one or more apps has the ability to trigger a network radio reset, which results in the firewall being disabled anyhow. To that end, it negates this app being classified as a firewall altogether.
75 people found this review helpful
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Jimmy Atool
March 15, 2022
The firewall works great at blocking annoying apps once it's configured on android 9. Startup works fine (although I tend to swipe that screen away once it's up), etc etc. Only thing that's odd is my phone shows it used 69gb of data this past month (but shows 30gb total mobile data used). Does the app work with wifi too? That's the only thing I can think would cause a miscalc with the data utilization.
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What's new

- Android 10 support
- Filter import/export