This app requires root access and Xposed framework installed. If you don't know what this is, you probably don't have it.
### Attention ###
MaxLock is an Applocker based on Xposed Framework. Unlike most other applockers, it uses an battery and performance friendly event recognition method instead of a polling service.
- Multiple locking types: password, PIN and knock code
- Per app locking type and password
- Fake die feature: spoof user app died and enter a special phrase to see lockscreen. (Tutorial to come)
- Many UI cutomization options
Premium features (can be enabled in app by donating):
- Log failed unlock attemps
- Backup/Restore locked apps list
- More to come..
OFFICIAL MAXLOCK WEBSITE: http://maxlock.nfshost.com/
Google+ community and beta tests: https://plus.google.com/communities/105086440586613576639
The app is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3 or any later version, source code is located here: https://github.com/Maxr1998/MaxLock
If something doesn't work properly, please just don't say "#AppNotWark", send me an email with a detailed description and logcat. Thank you :) Note I only speak German and English, means I cannot answer to messages in other languages..
This module was originally created by @FatMinMin, but as he discontinued development, I picked it up. Huge kudos to him, without him, I wouldn't have gotten this far :)
Original thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed/modules/xposed-minminlock-v1-0-4-applock-t2762688
• the app is now working with Lollipop
• the app needs a rooted device
• if you find something which seems broken, please contact us (email@example.com) before posting a negative feedback. We can fix things, really we do!
• if you are in Indonesia, the app could not work for mobile connections (Wi-Fi and the carrier 3 Hutchinson Indonesia seems Ok). I'm trying to bypass the DNS hijacking the carriers perform. You could try the app and, within 15 minutes, asks for a reimbursement directly in the Play Store. Send me an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to be notified when I find a solution.
The app is a DNS changer for mobile and Wi-Fi networks which works from Android version 4.3 (Jelly Bean).
The app was born to change DNS on KitKat, but from version 3.0.0 it has been ported to Android 5.0 Lollipop (see below) and from version 1.3.0 it has been backported to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean MR2.
The Lollipop situation
The app works, but there are some rough edges I'm working on (mainly related to multiple connections: VPN, hotspot etc.) and weird and custom SELinux policies created by OEMs.
The thing is that Lollipop changed the way name resolution is managed in Android, so the KitKat way is not working anymore.
If you buy the app and it doesn't work, please contact me: in the beta channel I've a working apk which I'm going to release very soon!
With this software you can
• Bypass internet censorship when based upon DNS blocking.
• Overcome an Android limitation: there's no system setting to change mobile DNS.
• Speed up internet connection. You can find many articles on the web which show various benchmarks of Domain Name Servers performances and how they affect your navigation (your mileage may vary).
• Keep in sync mobile and Wi-Fi DNS in fact from v1.2.0 the app can handle Wi-Fi connections, too.
• Automatic DNS change when a mobile connection gets activated (can be disabled).
• Automatic DNS change when a Wi-Fi connection gets activated (can be disabled).
• Automatic DNS change when an ethernet connection gets activated (can be disabled).
• Wi-Fi filter based on SSID, so you can automatically apply DNS only to certain connections (can be disabled).
• Custom DNS values.
• Almost zero memory and CPU usage, because it's not a service.
• Notifications let you know that the app is working (can be disabled).
• Automatic DNS flush without need to restart the device.
• DashClock integration, to keep an eye on the DNS in use.
• It comes prepacked with the most common DNS services.
• Simple and clean interface, Holo styled.
• Ad free.
• Works on Lollipop, KitKat and Jelly Bean.
• does not fully support multiple active connections (i.e. tethering or Wi-Fi AP): you can exclude one network device from the advanced settings
• horizontal layout is still awful.
• inspired by setDNS
★ DNSet works both on Wi-Fi and 3G.
★ WARNING: the app may not work properly on Android 4.4.x(1,2,3) due to a known system bug which we are not responsible for. We're sorry for the inconvenience.
★This app work fine on Android 4.4.4This app works fine on Android 4.4.4★
DNSet sets Google's public DNS servers (188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206) on your device. In order to do this it creates a local VPN so you have to authorise the app once. The app quits after the VPN has been initialised, this saves space on your device's precious RAM memory.
Avoiding the ISP's DNS may help in:
* Bypassing restrictions on certain websites
* Speeding up your browsing experience
DNSet is able to start automatically at boot time. Enable the 'auto start' checkbox and a notification will appear every time you turn on your device. Just click on the notification, authorise the app et voilà, Google's DNS servers will be in use.
* Why using free DNS servers?
- Speed up internet browsing
- Be able to access to blocked websites
* Main features:
- Change IP address
- Change Gateway
- Change DNS
- Add/Update/Remove DNS: You can add a new DNS server to the DNS List. You can also update/remove the DNS that you added to the list.
* FAQ 1. How to change the DNS and use the static IP
Step 1: Turn on Wifi then launch this app.
Step 2: Choose any DNS then click on Apply button. That's all.
* FAQ 2. How to change back to the original DNS
In case you don't want to use custom DNS anymore, please check on "DHCP" then click on Apply button.
* FAQ 3. You are connected to the network but cannot access the internet, what's wrong?
Your IP device may conflict with another device in your network. In order to get a new IP, check on the "DHCP" then click on Apply button. After restarting the Wifi connection successfully, you will get the new IP address. At that time, you can change the DNS manually as shown in FAQ1.
- This app does NOT require root permission.
- This app only works on IPv4 Wifi networks.
- The DNS changes takes effect permanently even after reboot
- Each SSID gets it's own setting, so you can default to your home or work router's setting (which you've already set the way you want). Just remember to set it the first time you use a new access point.
IMPORTANT: REQUIRES SUPERUSER (ROOTED PHONES)
Press [MENU] to configure automation so the selected DNS settings will stick throughout connectivity changes.
Select to only automate on 3G or WIFI connections.
DNS list updates on startup, if internet connectivity is available.
Note that some Internet Service Providers restrict access to certain resources via DNS requests. If unable to access said resources, please try turning off automation and reconnecting to 3G first.
IMPORTANT: REQUIRES SUPERUSER (ROOTED PHONES)
Internet access permission is required to download the latest list of DNS providers for quick selection via the dropdown list.
All you need to do is 1 step: just select a dns from the list. The rest will be done by my app step by step in 1 second!
* Very Fast: it changes dns in second!
* 15 Different DNS options
* 3 Different Themes
* Elegant Design
Your thoughts are very important to me. I want to develop further my app according to your suggestions. You can let me know your suggestions via comments i will be following!
On Kitkat (Android 4.4), changing dns server settings is not allowed by system. DNS Forwarder can work as a workaround. It does not modify system setting, just bypasses local dns server settings by forwarding dns queries to other configured server.
It works on rooted phones running Android 2.2 and above.
Supported dns servers:
220.127.116.11 (Comodo SecureDNS)
18.104.22.168 (Comodo SecureDNS)
22.214.171.124 (DNS Advantage)
126.96.36.199 (DNS Advantage)
188.8.131.52 (Norton ConnectSafe)
184.108.40.206 (Norton ConnectSafe)
220.127.116.11 (Hurricane Electric)
Other customized dns servers
How to use:
1) choose a DNS server from list. Also you can set up customized dns server. By default Google dns server 18.104.22.168 is configured.
2) Check "Enable Forwarder" box
DNS forwarder will start a service to serve DNS queries (UDP). To stop it, just uncheck "Enable forwarder".
New feature added on 1.4:
* Auto forward on boot
I'd like to make it as simple/handy as possible. Maybe add auto forwarding and more dns servers later. If there is any questions or requests, please send me an email. Thanks.
If you do not know what this is you probably do not have it and this will do nothing for you.
Simple app which allows you to change your device's hostname to your custom defined hostname. This setting will remain after rebooting. The device hostname is changed and the network services are toggled so the device updates the DHCP and DNS servers with the new hostname. Once completed you should be able to ping your device at the user defined hostname. For instance, checking a default android device's hostname from DNS would show "android-abcdefghijklmnop" or some long unrecognizable name. Changing the hostname will update DHCP and DNS so that your device will appear as "your-defined-name".
*** REQUIRES ROOT ***
Sorry but this is due to Google making the hostname setting a secure setting. I have no control over this.
WRITE_SETTINGS: Required to change the hostname and toggle airplane mode.
ACCESS_WIFI_STATE: Determine if we need to toggle the WIFI once the hostname is changed.
CHANGE_WIFI_STATE: Toggle the WIFI if needed.
RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED: Retain hostname change across reboot.
Additional product and service information can be found at: http://www.UltraDNS.com
As noted in the feedback, this app works with accounts active on the current portal (https://portal.ultradns.com/). If your account is still on the legacy portal (https://www.ultradns.net) then you may migrate your account and use this app.
This tool provides to change 3G and WIFI DNS information easly WITHOUT ROOT or with root for Android users. (Engelsiz means in Turkish "unhindered")
This helps you to change DNS for that you can not enter website because of specific reasons.
This programme has 2 modes;
1. In ”Automatic Setting” users only needs to do the press “Apply” button. This part of the programme’s specification is choosing and changing the most recent, seamless and secure DNS for you.
2. In “Manual Setting” users can update DNS information with only one click to DNS adresses in your list.
Also you can;
* Add new DNS,
* Delete on existing DNS,
* Change on existing DNS,
* Undo all changes on DNS list.
Reset DNS settings:
For reset (clear) changed DNS settings, “reset” button used on ”automatic setting” section
Both settings of the made changes could be reset this button.
According to Network Structure DNS changes are in the following way;
1-0) Changing of the WIFI Dns
In this mode, there is no limitation.
User can select dns what they want as a connected wifi network dns( without root)
2-0) Changing of the 3G DNS
It is possible to two options without root and with root
There is limitation (you can change only Google dns in free version)
2-1 ) Changing of the 3G DNS – Without Root:
Supported Android 4 and upper. (In the 4.4 , 4.4.1 and 4.4.2 android versions have a vpn settings problem. Please update your device to 4.4.3 and try again.)
This method is using Google SDK VPN structure but doesnt connect foreign network. So THIS IS NOT VPN PROGRAM. This method create a virtual network on only your device. You can understand this easly from network speed. It is absolutely SAFE and FAST…
If you want reset dns settings,it is enough to push “Disconnect” button on top “key icon”
2-2 ) Changing of the 3G DNS – with Root:
If you want reset dns settings,it is enough to reconnect your mobile network.
*** Permissions and Reasons ***
*INTERNET---> for Google ads
*ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE ---> for DNS managment
*WRITE_SYSTEM_SETTINGS ---> for DNS managment
*ACCESS_WIFI_STATE ---> for DNS managment
- Ajustes no layout;
- Acrescentado menu "Sobre";
ATUALIZADO v 3.2
Corrigido problema com o número da NFCe. Primeiro dígito não pode ser zero (0).
ATUALIZADO v 3.0
Implementado botão para emissão de NFCe já com comunicação com um servidor DarumaMigrate.
Exemplo desenvolvido em Java, para Android, utilizando a camada Terminal da Daruma Mobile FrameWork que permite a impressão de um cupom fiscal e um cupom não fiscal, ambos pré-definidos.
PixelPin lets you use a picture to sign in to a PixelPin enabled app when on your mobile. Set up a PixelPin account, choose a picture that's personal to you and 4 points in sequence on that picture. Use your PixelPin picture to sign in to any website or app that uses PixelPin.
What's wrong with passwords?
Passwords aren't working. We either use the same password for everything or we try to use complicated ones that we end up forgetting or writing down. Passwords make us vulnerable to fraud and no matter how strong your password is you can still be targeted by a phishing attack.
PixelPin offers a private, secure and easy to use alternative. Studies have shown that we tend to remember images better than words so you're far less likely to forget your PixelPin picture.
One picture, one login, no more passwords.
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