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How to Stop Persistent Ads on Android with DNS66







Ads have become the top earning source for all bloggers, app developers and website owners. It is normal that you frequently find ads everywhere on your Android device. Here’s how you can reduce ad clutter on your Android:

What You Need

Firstly, you need to have the Android 5.0 Lollipop version installed on your Android device and the “Allow downloads from unknown sources” should be enabled in your Settings. 

DNS66 Installation


DNS66 is the perfect app to install if ad blocking is what you need. The software easily optimizes the performance of your phone without daring the battery and no rooting is required.



Also Read: How to Clean/Merge Duplicate Contacts for Android


Domain Filters

Upon installation and launching, click on the Domain Filters option at the bottom of your phone’s screen. There you will find a couple of popular ad servers which you can block permanently. “Adaway hosts file’ is said to be the best option to select.



VPN Service Enabling

After choosing your domain filter, click on Start/Stop next to the Domain filters option. Refresh the page with the small refresh button and you’ll receive a notification about your host files downloading. Wait till the downloading finishes then long-press the big power image on your screen. That will enable VPN ad-blocking. Click OK on the popup that will appear.


Also Read: How to Stop Apps from Running in the background on android



Personally I would not suggest you to block ads on your android, cause lots of people on the internet who provide you with free stuffs like current article depend their income from the ads shown to you.

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