One of the most important drawbacks of modern mobile devices is short battery life. So it's not amusing that many smartphone users pay attention specifically to that. If you are using Adguard on your smartphone and have once looked into the statistics of battery usage, you probably noticed that Adguard is often in the list of programs that consume most of the battery juice. But is it really so? Let's look at the details.
In this article we would like to tell you about one important feature of Adguard for Android. It's a possibility to completely(!) disable filtering for all network connections. At first it may seem strange. What is the point of configuring Adguard so that nothing is filtered? What will it do then? We will try to explain it right away.
A short introduction: Adguard's filtering process is based on special "filtering" rules. With these rules you can tell the program where, how and what exactly do you want to block.
On our website there is an article with description of filtering rules syntax. It's been a long time since it was written and Adguard now has some cool new features, so we have finally decided to update this documentation.