When talking about VPNs, proxies, and other ways to hide your identity online, many people only discuss how to do it from a computer. However, the conversation should be geared more toward mobile devices.
For a while, mobile traffic has dominated the Internet. Nowadays, people spend 3.6 hours browsing the web on their mobile devices, and only two and their desktops. With the rise of mobile usage, it’s essential to train people on how to use proxies on their smartphones.
Today, we’re going to show you how to use a proxy server on your Android device.
Do you know how many server connections your Android device makes every day? Researchers have discovered that an average smartphone connects to more than 160 IPs on a daily basis. That means your smartphone is more vulnerable than you think.
Luckily, configuring your Android phone to use proxies by default isn’t impossible. Of course, you have to dig deep to find the proxy settings on your phone. Here’s how to do it:
Note that this works only for mobile data. If you want to use a proxy on a Wi-Fi network, you need to follow the following steps:
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