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Marco

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  1. TG Android Client v1.1.36

    It takes time for an app update to get published in the play store for various reasons. You can install without worrying, the apk that you can download from this website will be the same that you will find in play store.
  2. GCM

    Install the latest version, v1.1.36 from TorGuard website. GCM is available.
  3. TG Android Client v1.1.36

    You misunderstood. Always on VPN "feature is, essentially, a kill-switch. While enabled, it will ensure that all Internet traffic on your Android device will go through the VPN tunnel, not directly over the non-secure ISP connection if the VPN connection is down for any reason." With the recently introduced disconnect on screen off and reconnect on screen on feature for battery saving, there are times when the internet is not protected with TorGuard when the screen is off. I tested this by sending myself a WhatsApp message. I received the message even with screen off and TG disconnected, and ideally with Always on VPN the internet connection should be suspended until I turn my screen back on and TG reconnects. So this Always on VPN feature will act as kill switch and block any traffic without TorGuard's protection. I am by no means an expert on this, just what I've gathered from reading on this subject.
  4. TG Android Client v1.1.36

    With this update it is taking about 15-20 35-45 seconds to connect to any server. Previously it was less than 5 seconds. New "reconnect on screen on" feature is working as expected but is suffering the same 15-20 seconds delay in connecting.☹️ Update: For anyone facing this same issue, try uninstalling the app, rebooting and reinstalling as per TG support's instruction. Did the trick for me. Feature request: Please add always on VPN soon, this app is almost close to perfection now feature-wise. Keep up the hard work guys!😊
  5. That seems to have done the trick! Thank you for your awesome support as always. 👍
  6. Weirdly enough, no. I tried the versions available here and the problem persists. But I do remember the problem disappearing after the version released immediately succeeding v0.3.78. Maybe the client is not detecting the interfaces' status correctly?
  7. Plex not working through vpn

    You can request a port forward here >> My Services >> View Details >> Management Actions >> Port Management
  8. Hi @Support, I'm encountering this problem again in the latest version. Please see this.
  9. TG Android Client v1.1.35

    Okay thanks for clarifying that, I was getting worried🤭. So my original request still stands, I'm still seeing Google and YouTube ads and ugly ads' placeholders because no cosmetic filtering. Please look into it at your convenience. Regards
  10. TG Android Client v1.1.35

    Hi @Support, I don't think that's the case because when I choose the VPN DNS and Google DNS the results are different. I've recorded two videos of TG running both on my Windows 10 laptop and Android device. Please have a look. Also, I don't know how to set a particular DNS to override something else and I don't see any such setting in TG client. My Android device, Lenovo K8 Note, is fully stock, no root and have a locked bootloader.
  11. TG Android Client v1.1.35

    I don't have any router/modem. I simply do usb tethering with my Android device to browse in my Windows 10 laptop. Only thing I've set myself is the system dns via the TG client to use Adguard dns(I've included a picture), but that shouldn't matter when using TG VPN right? Also, I haven't done anything in Android. In settings, I've choosen adblocking dns whose IPs are shown in nameserver setting as 35.170.152.112, 34.228.48.172. Are these the correct IPs? But they don't show up when I connect to VPN and check online.
  12. TG Android Client v1.1.35

    Hi @Support, I've uploaded a video recording the desktop client, please have a look here. I'm using the adblocking DNS nameserver option in both the desktop and android clients. And in both cases(desktop and android) my DNS address points to (104.223.91.194, 104.223.91.210).
  13. TG Android Client v1.1.35

    So, Youtube ads are not showing up for now. If it does I'll post an update. But I'm still seeing Google sponsored ads in search pages. Both these tests are on my Android device. One thing I noticed on my Windows 10 laptop while browsing on Chrome+Ublock Origin that might help you guys is that if I disable cosmetic filtering in Ublock Origin then Google ads get displayed in search pages. Update: Haven't encountered any ad in YouTube on Android yet, but checked the desktop client of TorGuard with Chrome's incognito mode(with all my extensions disabled) and encountered ads in YouTube. The desktop client is using ad-blocking DNS too(104.223.91.194, 104.223.91.210).
  14. TG Android Client v1.1.35

    Hi TG, If possible please add cosmetic filtering to strengthen adblocking. Also TorGuard Android client's adblocking works relatively fine except that it doesn't block Google ads in search pages and YouTube ads. Regards,
  15. TG Android Client v1.1.35

    A UI refresh is certainly not a bad idea. But personally I'm content with how TG is right now look wise, it's certainly not ugly and works pretty darn well. I just hope TG doesn't take the UI refresh demand too seriously and prioritise that over features that actually affect TG's functionality (battery saver, always-on VPN etc.).
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