FourFourSeconds ago, we reported that some of the most popular apps for Android have a “NoPort” setting, which means they’ll only accept your IP address when your phone is connected to the internet.
However, in this post, we’re going to explain how to change that default DNS option on your Android phone.1.
Go to Settings > About > System updates > About this update.
You’ll see the new DNS settings there.2.
Tap the option to turn on NoPort, and then tap on “Save Settings” to save your settings.3.
Reboot your phone.4.
Your Android phone will be configured to use the default default DNS.
You should now be able to see your DNS settings from the Settings app.
If you want to change this setting, go to Settings and then Advanced > System > DNS.
Here, you’ll find the DNS options for your phone listed under “Default DNS” and “IP Address”.
If you want the option “Always forward DNS requests to DNS servers”, you can go to Advanced > DNS and enable it.
If your Android device is set up for IP forwarding, you can change it here as well.
To change your default DNS, go into the Settings menu, then System.
You can also go into Settings and Advanced > Security and then Privacy.
There you’ll see a “Manage DNS settings” section that’s labeled “Managing DNS settings”.
Click on that and then “Advanced DNS” to change your DNS options.
If all else fails, you could try the following:You can also change your IP Address from the Android Settings app if your device is not set up to forward IPs.
This will let you see the IP addresses that other apps can see on your device.
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