How to Setup Android

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There are a lot of implementations of Android in the market. That is why each device might have a different way of changing DNS settings. Below are guides for standard setup on Android 2.x and Android 4.x

Changing DNS on Android 2.x

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Find Settings
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Select Wireless and Networks
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Then choose Wi-Fi Settings
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In the Menu go to Advanced
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Select Use static IP
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Copy or write down your current IP address, which you can see directly above the IP address field
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Set your Gateway to the IP of your router. Normally the router address is the same of your current IP but with a 1 at the end. As an example if your IP is 10.0.1.3 then your router is 10.0.1.1
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Set the Netmask to 255.255.255.0
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Input the Unlocator DNS servers: 185.37.37.37 & Secondary Server 185.37.39.39
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Go to Menu > Save
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Restart your device

Changing DNS on Android 4.x

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Find Settings
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Choose Wi-Fi by actually pressing Wi-F
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Press and hold your network and a window will open up
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Choose Modify Network
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Check the Show advanced options checkbox at the bottom of the screen
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Set IP settings to Static
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Simply keep your IP address, Gateway and Network prefix length the same
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Input the Unlocator DNS servers: 185.37.37.37 & Secondary Server 185.37.39.39
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Press Save
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Restart your device

Changing DNS on Android 5.x

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Find Settings.
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Select Wi-Fi settings.
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Tap and hold the network you want to connect to until a box appears.
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Select Modify Network.
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Tap the checkbox next to Show Advanced Options.
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Manually enter your IP address, Gateway, Subnet/Network Prefix Length, using the same values you see in gray. Otherwise, you will not be able to save your settings.
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Input the Unlocator DNS servers: 185.37.37.37 & Secondary Server 185.37.39.39
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Tap Save.
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Restart your device

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