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MX Player Pro v1.8.0 (Patched/with DTS/Android 6.0)

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It should still work even with KK/LP, at max some feat will break or not work but thats it.

Im using it on 5.1 (LP) atm and works perfectly so far.

°EDIT°

I correct myself; this one isnt installing i had installed the nightly build from the site. So i guess we have to wait till they make it supportive of <6.0.

Nightly works tho.

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I have Avast, too. About a third of the 'ad-free, cracked, modded, patched' apps I install say that. It's just seeing the crack that allowed you to get this for free. Just choose 'Ignore'.

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17 minutes ago, Soulcoma said:

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I have Avast, too. About a third of the 'ad-free, cracked, modded, patched' apps I install say that. It's just seeing the crack that allowed you to get this for free. Just choose 'Ignore'.

Sorry,

But why you use anti virus on Android device?

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On 11/29/2015, 1:22:41, theone11120 said:

Sorry,

But why you use anti virus on Android device?

I can't tell if you're joking. Um, okay. If you download a lot of modded apps, or open spam emails, or a few dozen other things with your phone, it's just common sense. I can summarize what the app does, but I have Avast Premium on a rooted phone which does a lot more than the free version with no root.

Foremost are security tools like a virus and malware scanner, trojan removal, stagefright etc. patches(for those who rooted, purposely turned off software updates & haven't gotten any firmware updates lately, like me), an app manager with app locking on a per app basis, and even a firewall(root). 
It checks every app you install (if you want it to) for malware, & against vulnerabilities & wifi threats to the OS. It has an Ad-detector & can tell you if an app uses AdMob or whatever other shady companies, then disable the ads.
The SMS & Call Filters allow you to block numbers from those you don’t want to be able to contact you. 


The Anti-Theft is best in class & why I chose Avast. Login to my.avast & see where the phone is & it saves weeks of data so you can watch the phone on a map & track it continuously - I watched a blue dot(my cell) on Google Maps on fast forward & for 3-4 minutes I tracked my last 30 days as it zoomed around the city in my car. Remote wipe or lock or sound a LOUD siren. Take a picture of the thie & it gets emailed to you. Geo-fencing(root) is cool: set a perimeter, like 100 yards if you're at a bar/club. If it goes 101 yards past where you set your location, it'll dial your emergency contacts and email you. And so so much more.
There's also a built-in backup app that's decent, but I use Titanium for that.
That's like, only 25% of what it can do.

If you really don't know what an AV is for & why it's not just for PC's anymore, just go to the Play Store and search 'anti-virus'. There are tons, literally, so Avast isn't the only one. Or type in 'Avast' & read a more detailed summation on the app's read me page. I hope that helps, if you were being serious. (The average user, who isn't on a site like this, and doesn't root, torrent, etc., may be fine without an AV perhaps. Not me, though.)

Take care.

TLDR; Because it works and has lots of features. Sorry 4 the novel.
 

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On 12/1/2015, 7:49:52, Soulcoma said:

I can't tell if you're joking. Um, okay. If you download a lot of modded apps, or open spam emails, or a few dozen other things with your phone, it's just common sense. I can summarize what the app does, but I have Avast Premium on a rooted phone which does a lot more than the free version with no root.

Foremost are security tools like a virus and malware scanner, trojan removal, stagefright etc. patches(for those who rooted, purposely turned off software updates & haven't gotten any firmware updates lately, like me), an app manager with app locking on a per app basis, and even a firewall(root). 
It checks every app you install (if you want it to) for malware, & against vulnerabilities & wifi threats to the OS. It has an Ad-detector & can tell you if an app uses AdMob or whatever other shady companies, then disable the ads.
The SMS & Call Filters allow you to block numbers from those you don’t want to be able to contact you. 


The Anti-Theft is best in class & why I chose Avast. Login to my.avast & see where the phone is & it saves weeks of data so you can watch the phone on a map & track it continuously - I watched a blue dot(my cell) on Google Maps on fast forward & for 3-4 minutes I tracked my last 30 days as it zoomed around the city in my car. Remote wipe or lock or sound a LOUD siren. Take a picture of the thie & it gets emailed to you. Geo-fencing(root) is cool: set a perimeter, like 100 yards if you're at a bar/club. If it goes 101 yards past where you set your location, it'll dial your emergency contacts and email you. And so so much more.
There's also a built-in backup app that's decent, but I use Titanium for that.
That's like, only 25% of what it can do.

If you really don't know what an AV is for & why it's not just for PC's anymore, just go to the Play Store and search 'anti-virus'. There are tons, literally, so Avast isn't the only one. Or type in 'Avast' & read a more detailed summation on the app's read me page. I hope that helps, if you were being serious. (The average user, who isn't on a site like this, and doesn't root, torrent, etc., may be fine without an AV perhaps. Not me, though.)

Take care.

TLDR; Because it works and has lots of features. Sorry 4 the novel.
 

Pls could you share a link to download avast app?

Does it require rooted device?

Thanks

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17 hours ago, theone11120 said:
On 11/28/2015, 8:29:01, rocco6 said:

 

There is a patched premium version on this site.:

Doesn't require root, but can do even more if you root your device.

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2 hours ago, Soulcoma said:

There is a patched premium version on this site.:

Doesn't require root, but can do even more if you root your device.

Thank you :)

I asked my friends about android anti virus. They suggested dr. web.

What's different between avast and dr. web? which one is better?

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