Droid Wall - Android Firewall is a front-end application for the powerful iptables Linux firewall. It allows you to restrict which applications are permitted to access your data networks (2G/3G and/or Wi-Fi).
This is the perfect solution if you don't have an unlimited data plan, or just wants to see your battery lasting longer.
After installing, press menu and click Help for an explanation on how to use it.
ATTENTION! This app requires root access! If you don't know what it is then you probably don't have it.
Droid Wall 1.4.2 seem to be the latest available version. Below you can find file(s) assigned to this version:
Released: September 29, 2010.
Fixed compatibility with devices without the "test" command available.
- Fixed a bug where one of the selected applications would be ignored, as if it was not selected at all.
- Fixed "grep command is required" error on phones that have busybox grep but the link is not in the system path.
- Added support for some 4G/Wi-max interfaces.
- Added a simple logging support. It is now possible to determine which applications have been blocked by DroidWall, if your kernel supports this functionality.
- Added a simple busybox binary, so you don't have to install busybox manually anymore.
Below are the earlier versions of Droid Wall. If you are aware of a newer version of Droid Wall or an older one, which is not listed here, please feel free to add it!