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[UPDATE] - Update to 2.1.1

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quindecim 8 months ago
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      CHANGELOG.md
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      customize.sh
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      module.prop

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CHANGELOG.md

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# Changelog
## 2.1.1
##### Updated binary files to 2.1.1 | jedisct1
This is a bugfix only release, addressing regressions introduced in
version 2.1.0:
- When using DoH, cached responses were not served any more when
experiencing connectivity issues. This has been fixed.
- Time attributes in allow/block lists were ignored. This has been
fixed.
- The TTL as served to clients is now rounded and starts decreasing
before the first query is received.
- Time-based rules are properly handled again in
generate-domains-blocklist.
- DoH/ODoH: entries with an IP address and using a non-standard port
used to require help from a bootstrap resolver. This is not the case
any more.
##### Updated module files to 2.1.1 | quindecim
- Removed `dama.no-osl-s04` resolver (unresponsive resolver).
- Removed `dama.no-sa-a80` resolver (unresponsive resolver).
- Removed `kenshiro` resolver (unresponsive resolver, no more lucenera resolvers).
- Removed `suami` resolver (unresponsive resolver, no more lucenera resolvers).
- Added and optimized relays based on geolocation.
## 2.1.0
##### Updated binary files to 2.1.0 | jedisct1

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ui_print " "
ui_print "******************************"
ui_print "* dnscrypt-proxy-android *"
ui_print "* 2.1.0 *"
ui_print "* 2.1.1 *"
ui_print "******************************"
ui_print "* quindecim *"
ui_print "******************************"

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id=dnscrypt-proxy-android
name=DNSCrypt-Proxy 2
version=2.1.0
versionCode=21000
version=2.1.1
versionCode=21100
author=quindecim
description=A flexible DNS proxy, with support for modern encrypted DNS protocols such as DNSCrypt v2, DNS-over-HTTPS, Anonymized DNSCrypt and ODoH (Oblivious DoH). Using dnscrypt-proxy 2.1.0
description=A flexible DNS proxy, with support for modern encrypted DNS protocols such as DNSCrypt v2, DNS-over-HTTPS, Anonymized DNSCrypt and ODoH (Oblivious DoH). Using dnscrypt-proxy 2.1.1

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