Ads on android apps are intrusive and sometimes irritating. They mostly appear on the lower part of an app or occasionally on the notification bar, and these kinds are stubborn and refuse to be swiped away. They say, “Nothing goes for nothing” . The annoying ads is the price we have to pay for installing free versions of apps.
To be able to block ads your phone,
- You must be rooted and.
- Yyou must have Lucky Patcher installed.
Now open Lucky Patcher, swipe the bottom right corner to the left to fully unveil the ‘Block Advertisement‘ option,
Click on it. Once its successful, reboot your phone.
From now on you won’t see any ads on your phone. Peradventure ads still appear, then you know they were sent from your village 🙂
For inquisitive ones, here’s how Lucky Patcher blocks the ads:
All ads work through specified IP addresses. These IP addresses are listed in the ‘hosts‘ file found in the ‘etc‘ folder located in the root folder of your Android. This ‘hosts’ file keeps a log of all the IP’s that apps have to route through to be able to use your data. So gaining access to your phone’s host file, and renaming or altering the format of the IP address renders the ad useless. Therefore the ads requests are sent, but since the IP addresses are altered, there won’t be any feedback. In effect, the ad will never show. Have fun with that.