Re kill switch on android:
Before, or instead of, initiating support requests, am I correct to understand that there are reasons to expect less than 100% kill switch effectiveness?
Android (10, on Note 9, and 5, on Note 3) manages to defeat kill switch at various times, such as device reboots and some internet reconnects (occasionally worse).
I recall once reading that some of this will happen because vypr couldn’t overcome something in Android generally, or certain versions of it, so have just lived with the lapses, reset kill switch when it gets turned off, and realized I can’t perfectly protect my IP info, especially from google play, which I’m increasing excising from my life.
If that’s how it is, then I won’t bother requesting kill switch solutions I’ve been unable to attain on my end with myriad efforts.
One must remain attentive to whether there actually is vpn or killswitch protection – and know it’s impossible to attain 100%IP privacy via the Android app. And plan for the expense of router-based vpn.