How to set up a proxy with iOS/Android

Introduction

private proxy server is a dedicated IP that is used exclusively by only one client at a time, mainly to hide his public IP address assigned by the ISP.

When it comes to proxies, there are a few different types of proxies one can look into:

  • Residential proxies
  • Datacenter proxies
Currently we are providing datacenter proxies.
Prerequisites

In this article, we will show you how to use HTTP proxies with iOS/Android.

1. iPhone/iPad/iOS:
  • Open your iPhone settings
  • Tap Wi-Fi
  • Click on the Wi-Fi network that you want to add a proxy. This is usually the Wi-Fi network to which you are currently connected.
  • Scroll down to the HTTP Proxy section
  • Tap Manual
  • Edit your proxy settings – type the IP address of the proxy server and port (default 36505). Turn on authentication if network IP is not whitelisted in the dashboard and add your Username and Password
  • Tap back to Wi-Fi selection window. This will save your proxy settings
  • Check the IP here: https://www.iplocation.net/
2. Android
  • Open your Android’s Settings
  • Tap Wi-Fi
  • Tap and hold the Wi-Fi network name
  • Select Modify Network
  • Click Advanced Options
  • Tap Manual
  • Change your proxy’s settings -> type the IP address of the proxy server and port (default 36505)
  • Tap Save
  • Check the IP here: https://www.iplocation.net/

That’s all! Enjoy GreenCloudVPS services!

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