Downloadterbaru – By default you are using the DNS servers of your Internet service provider, but you don’t have to stick with them. There are a number of reasons to use third-party DNS servers. They can be faster than your provider’s DNS servers, offer advanced security features, and can help bypass internet censorship filters. There are several free domain name resolution services that you can switch to. Use this guide to change the DNS addresses your Android device uses when connected to a particular WiFi connection.
Change DNS Settings on Android
- Tap Apps
- Tap Settings
- Tap WiFi to turn it on
- Tap and hold the WiFi Network you wish to change the DNS settings on
Note: the WiFi network needs to have been connected to previously and the connection stored on your device.
- Tap Modify
Note: There may be variations of the name of this menu item. Some devices call this Modify Network Config or similar.
- Tick Show Advanced Options
- From the IP Settings drop down menu, select Static (instead of the default DHCP)
Note: You may need now to scroll down to see this option
- Change DNS 1 and DNS 2 addresses as required
- Tap Save