Why does Funamo not block websites listed on black list if they are using https secured?? I still can get in https://m.reddit.com for example. ???Need a fix for this,running Android 6.0.1 on Nexus 6P


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add commentfollow this post modified 12 months ago by Rob   • written 13 months ago by sandovs  

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12 months ago by
Rob  

Ok the new update to Funamo accountability fixed it thanks.  I wasn't using the advanced mode with proxy settings but the update Funamo accountability fixed it nonetheless, thank you.

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13 months ago by
Rob  

I have the exact same problem and have asked this question twice already on here and have you to get a response.  I'm using LG G2 running Android 5.0.2. Please help us on this.

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12 months ago by
Rob  

Did you ever get a resolution to this problem?

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12 months ago by

We could not reproduce this issue. Could you please send us a private email so we can get some more details?

add comment written 12 months ago by Funamo Support  
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12 months ago by
Rob  

 How do I send a private email?  The email addressed is blacked out. Thanks.

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Are you using the advanced mode with manual proxy settings? If so, we recently found a bug and now we have a new version. Currently we are having some issues with updating our apps on Google Play. But you can download the latest version from the links below and test if it fixes the issue. BTW, you can send a private email to support@funamo.com on Funamo community page http://www.allanswered.com/community/2/funamo/

Latest version for Funamo parental control: http://downloads.funamo.com/latest/funamo.apk

Latest version for Funamo accountability: http://downloads.funamo.com/latest/funamoAccountability.apk

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