Push Notifications Delay

Discussion in 'Technical Support (AdGuard for Android)' started by layzMich3l, May 4, 2018.

  1. layzMich3l

    layzMich3l New Member

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    Hey guys, I am using Local VPN as setting on AdGuard and I noticed I have a push notification delay when AG is On. How am I supposed to fix this? I understand it's something related to IPV6, but the fixed I found is if I am using Local HTTP Proxy, which I am not. Any fixes around ?
     
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  3. layzMich3l

    layzMich3l New Member

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  4. vasily_bagirov

    vasily_bagirov Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Isn't this problem present with any VPN though?
     
  5. layzMich3l

    layzMich3l New Member

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    I am sure, haven't tried other VPN. There is no way around it for AG?

    Edit: So I went to the APP management on AG, and whitelisted all Google related services. ADs are blocked, no delay in push notifications.
     
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  6. Hamsimi

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    How did you add it into white list and which services? I have rooted phone and using local proxy. Everything is working, but it is not blocking ads in applications. When I enable DNS filter ads are gone but push notification for Mi Home and Ewelink are not working or with big delay.
    I disable filtering for mentioned apps and some google apps and add some urls into whitelist but push notifications are not coming. I don't what to add more, i can't see any blocked communication in log as well. Can you share your setup?
     
  7. vasily_bagirov

    vasily_bagirov Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    @Hamsimi
    DNS filtering is not the best choice usually, unless you for some reason can't use regular filtering. For example, disabling filtering for a specific app won't affect DNS filtering. DNS requests are always originated by the system, so it is impossible to distinguish them.

    Did you turn HTTPS filtering on? Also, what does "everything is working" mean in this case, filtering in browsers?

    And a stupid question, have you activated AdGuard with a license? Free version doesn't filter ads in apps.
     
  8. Hamsimi

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    Hello,

    I have licensed version of Adguard. "Everything is working" means that Push Notifications from Ewelink and Mihome are coming, but ads in applications are there. I have https filtering on.
    I'm using Opera, which has it's own adblocker, so I don't have ads there at all.
     
  9. vasily_bagirov

    vasily_bagirov Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    @Hamsimi are ads blocked in other apps?