You can block websites on your Android device in a lot of ways.
In this post, we will see two different ways to do this task. Let's see what they are.
Block Websites on Android
For Rooted and Non-Rooted Android Devices
That's it. From now on, the websites you've specified in the app will be blocked.
If someone tries to access the blocked website, they will see a toast notification stating "FocusMe: Website 'website URL' is not allowed."
Remember that this app works perfectly on the private mode of the browsers (Chrome, Firefox, and Edge) too.
Also, keep in mind that you can edit the plan at any time you want.
To modify the plan, first, you need to stop the plan (if it is active) and then tap on it. Now, you can see "Edit" option at the bottom. Tap on it to edit the plan.
For Rooted Android Devices Only
Note: if you are facing the error "Error occurred when trying to save the file. It will not be saved," the follow the below steps:
Tap Hamburger icon (three vertical lines) at the top of the ES File Explorer.
Find and hit the "Root Explorer" option. Now, you can save the file without error.
That's all. All done. From now on, the websites you've specified in the "hosts" file will be blocked.
If someone tries to access the blocked website, then they will see the screen like this:
While testing, I see that this method works perfectly in Chrome and Firefox. The same is the case in their private mode too.
In the UC Browser, this method doesn't work.
I hope that the information in this guide is useful to you. If it is, share this guide with your friends.
How to Block Websites on Android