12 thoughts on “The Accountability Service for Android™ You Deserve Is Here

  1. We’ve tried removing the “key” notification on my husband’s galaxy due to the vpn running, to no avail. Are you guys are of a workaround? We just want to clear the notification, not stop the vpn. We’ve tried accessing notification settings, turning off CE notifications and VPN system notifications

    • Hello – yes, we are aware of that and are locked into it due to the Android OS, which wants to always be telling its users that a VPN is in use (even though we aren’t a traditional VPN). We’re definitely looking into whether there’s anything we can do about that.

      Chris

  2. There is a constant notification on the lock screen of my phone which does not go away. Is there a way of removing that? It blocks the weather and my step count.

    • Hello, Drew – yes, we are aware of that and are locked into it due to the Android OS, which wants to always be telling its users that a VPN is in use (even though we aren’t a traditional VPN). We’re definitely looking into whether there’s anything we can do about that.

      Chris

  3. My Samsung galaxy 7 Active Android 8.0.0 autoupdated this morning and there is not any internet browser access across any app. I was able to place a call over Wifi on facebook messenger. Please advise. Thank you.

  4. Is this article saying the one thing that I seek to have, that no doubt all users seek to have, which is filtering/blocking, that currently Covenant Eyes cannot do this???

    Bc if so, then I’d like a refund as this is a waste of money. What good is a blocking/filtering app that neither blocks nor filters???

    • Hi, Tim – we provide filtering on numerous platforms, but are not able to for Android right now.
      Chris

  5. Is there a way to get rid of the Covenant eyes notification? I’d rather not have that reminder up at all times.

    • Hello – yes, we are aware of that and are locked into it due to the Android OS, which wants to always be telling its users that a VPN is in use (even though we aren’t a traditional VPN). We’re definitely looking into whether there’s anything we can do about that.

      Chris

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