Neue Info dazu : GraphenOS wird weiter unterstützt.
Zitat vom Entwickler
I had a good conversation about this with the guys of GrapheneOS, and NetGuard is
supported on GrapheneOS again, but please read the compatibility info here:
Auszug aus dem Text bei github:
On GrapheneOS, the Android Always-On VPN function and the sub option ‚Block connections without VPN‘ are enabled by default. However, this sub option will result in blocking all traffic, please see this FAQ.
NetGuard is not supported for apps installed in a work profile, or in a Secure Folder (Samsung), or as second instance (MIUI), or as Parallel app (OnePlus), or as Xiaomi dual app because the Android VPN service too often does not work correctly in this situation, which can’t be fixed by NetGuard.
NetGuard is not supported for internet connections via a wire, like ethernet or USB, because the Android VPN service often doesn’t work properly in this situation.
Filtering mode cannot be used on CopperheadOS.
NetGuard will not work or crash when the package com.android.vpndialogs has been removed or otherwise is unavailable. Removing this package is possible with root permissions only. If you disable this package, you can enable it with this command again:
adb shell pm enable --user 0 com.android.vpndialogs
NetGuard is supported on phones and tablets with a true-color screen only, so not for other device types like on a television or in a car.
Android does not allow incoming connections (not the same as incoming traffic) and the Android VPN service has no support for this either. Therefore managing incoming connections for servers running on your device is not supported.
Wi-Fi or IP calling will not work if your provider uses IPsec to encrypt your phone calls, SMS messages and/or MMS messages, unless there was made an exception in NetGuard for your provider (currently for T-Mobile and Verizon). I am happy to add exceptions for other providers, but I need the MCC codes, MNC codes and IP address ranges your provider is using. As an alternative you can enable the option ‚Disable on call‘, which is available since version 2.113.