[AdGuard for Android] v2.12.250

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Karina

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Many of you already know, AdGuard team is working hard on developing AdGuard for Android v3.0. It has been taking a long time, but we are nearing the release. This small update serves a single purpose: prepare the current version so that the big update goes smoothly. No other changes — we saved them all for the big day :)

One thing to mention: starting with AdGuard for Android v3.0, we will drop the support for devices with Android OS version 4.x. Sadly, they are simply becoming too old.

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Nobody likes to roll out a hotfix just a week after the release, but sometimes there’s no other choice. We took this opportunity to not only fix the problem but also to update the CoreLibs filtering engine and make a handful of other useful changes. This is a necessary RC, tomorrow we will pull the trigger on the automatic update.

[Fixed] AdGuard does not restart after auto-pause on older Android devices #2127

Turned out, on some older devices (Android 6 and older) AdGuard didn't restart after the protection got paused automatically (say, on the network state change). This affected a large enough portion of AdGuard users to justify an immediate update.

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[Changed] Localizations has been updated
[Fixed] An error occurring during the license activation #2134
[Fixed] Expiring certificate issue on 32-bit Android devices #2128
[Improved] CoreLibs has been upgraded to 1.1.53 #2141

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We know we already promised it last time — but this release candidate is the last one. We wouldn't dare to postpone the release once again if not for the fix to a very nasty crash we discovered and fixed literally two days ago. The release is scheduled for tomorrow, and virtually nothing can stop it this time.

[Improved] Upgrade CoreLibs to 1.1.49 #2125

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Boo Berry

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Look into YouTube Vanced. Otherwise it's not possible for AG for Android to block YouTube app ads.
 
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