It took us almost 8 months since last update and things have been pretty quiet around here since then.
This release mostly improvements, and bug fixes, however there's some extra mini feature being introduced in HTTP Injector
[Beta Test] Now you can monitor your internet speed with Network Speed monitoring app
Android 8.0 (Oreo) support
Direct SSH/Direct SSH with payload tunnel method
You now may tunnel your connection without proxy (only dropbear supported)
The website you want to visit has been censored? Now you can change your DNS without root or connected to proxy/SSH. (DNS setting can be found at app setting)
Set custom routes
Include/exclude routes using CIDR format, please don't enable this unless you know what you are doing as this setting will be included when you export your config
Restore pro version
Go to the purchase page again to restore
Reset settings in payload generator
Tether unlock for Wi-Fi
(Connected to hotspot that have tethering limitation? but you device have root? Now you can remove the limit)
UDPGW port support
For server owner, please install udpgw on your server to enable UDP forwarding
Local Port Binding
- App performance
- Show ehi file last modified date
- User interface
- Support more file import situation
- Ability to detect network changes on android 7+
- Crashes on vivo devices
- Crash after connected on some devices
We know that you hate multiple updates in a day but due to unexpected crash, we have to issue a new release before it impact more devices, sorry about that :(
[Fixed] Crash fix
This will be final release for HTTP Injector 4.2 series
[Added] Direct SSH with Payload option
[Added] Direct mode to payload generator
[Added] Selectable tunnel types
[Fixed] Ads crash on android 5.1
[Improvement] Cached SSH connection
[Improvement] Show error info, export config details, reconnection
Fix connection restart for rooted device after trying to launch the app again
Added referer in payload generator
App filter - app are excluded by default
Fix SSH public key saving issue
Attempt to fix config export crash on Android 4
(see above highlights)
What's coming next
In next HTTP Injector update, we will focus on adding extra connection method.
Security Alert (#3)!?
Don't worry, all you need to do is go to your xposed module and disable the module that you suspect it modifying/hooking HTTP Injector app.
Android 5.x users, please update your:
xposed: Using xposed? We are not sure why it's not compatible with HTTP Injector app, please temporary uninstall your xposed completely. If the problem still persist, please reformat your device without xposed installed.
Still crashing? Send us the crashlog - https://blog.evozi.com/how-to-get-logcat-crash-log/
App auto close in background? Try use Greenify to stop unwanted apps running.
Despite that we have try our best to ensure best compatibility, we still recommend you to use latest Android version to prevent any issue, all our release will be tested on latest Lineage OS (7.1.2) and some well known devices before releasing to Play Store.
We are aware that some devices will crash, this is due to running on old custom firmware, bug from phone manufacturer or running on clone/low end devices.
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