Configure DNS on Android without third-party applications

How To Configure DNS on Android without third-party applications

Today we will explain step by step how to change or configure DNS on Android. We will do it without using third-party applications that can take more data than is strictly necessary, so you will be limited to doing so with WiFi connections, leaving aside your mobile rate.

How To Configure DNS on Android without third-party applications

We have already explained to you that DNS is one of the important elements to prevent your operator from knowing where you are browsing. Your Internet or ISP provider usually gives you routers with preconfigured DNS, but you can always use external DNS to increase the response speed when searching for a page or add an extra layer of security to avoid, for example, DDoS attacks.

Configure DNS on Android without third-party applications
Configure DNS on Android without third-party applications

When a government forces an operator to prevent access to certain pages, this blocking is done by limiting access to the preconfigured DNS on their routers. Therefore, by changing the DNS you can also quickly skip this type of web page crashes, something you can do from both Windows and Android.

Configure DNS on Android / Change DNS Setting

The first thing you have to do is enter the list of WiFi connections of your device. For that, it is usually enough to show the top panel of Android quick options and press and hold the WiFi icon. To do this process you have to be connected to one of the WiFi.

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Once you are in the list of WiFi connections, press and hold the WiFi you are connected to (1) to display a drop-down menu of options. In this menu, you must click on the option Modify network (2) to enter its configuration.

You will enter a pop-up menu where you can change some aspects of your connection such as your password. Here, click on the down arrow of Advanced Options to display more options related to modifying your connection to the selected WiFi network.

When the advanced options are displayed, you will see that now you have enough more things that you can change. What you have to do now is click on the down arrow you see in the IP Settings parameter (1), and in the window with options that appear, select the Static option (2) to configure static IPs … such as DNS

And that’s it, once you select this field you can go below in the advanced options, and you only have to fill in the DNS 1 and DNS 2 fields using the IP addresses of the DNS you are going to use. Remember that in your day we have already shown you a list of free DNS in case you want to use them.

Verify whether DNS Change is Working correctly or not:

  • To verify your DNS change, You have to Set these DNS addresses:, (Open DNS) on your phone.
  • After that, you have to Reconnect to the internet and visit this page:
  • If this page says “Welcome to OpenDNS. Your internet is safer, faster …..”, You can be sure that your DNS change is working.
  • If it says anything else like “You aren’t using OpenDNS yet. Let’s fix that.”, There may be something wrong. In that case, try the above steps to “change DNS in android” again.
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