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How To Change DNS On iPhone, Android Phones

Domain Name System is abbreviated as DNS, this is the domain name resolution system. DNS is now applied to access blocked websites. There are many DNS users to change such as Comodo DNS, OpenDNS, Norton DNS …

One of the most popular DNS is Google DNS, which is a DNS that will help users access it more quickly and reliably. Here’s how to change DNS on iPhone and Android.

How to change DNS on iPhone

Step 1: First go into the Wifi menu, click on the advanced icon (the letter i) of the Wifi you are connected to. Next, scroll down and select Configure DNS.

Step 2: In the menu Configure DNS, select the Manual section, in the DNS Server section, click Add server. Next, fill in, and click Save.

Change DNS on Android

Step 1: Go into your Wifi menu, long press your current network, then select Modify network.

Step 2: Mark Show advanced options check box, advanced menu appears, select IP settings > Static.

In the static IP settings menu, enter the IP address, network prefix length and DNS number as shown in the figure below with at DNS 1 and at DNS 2, then click Save.

In addition to the Google DNS service, you can try some of the other DNS services below:


Level3: Preferred DNS server – Alternate DNS server –

Google: Preferred DNS server – Alternate DNS server –

ScrubIT3: Preferred DNS server – Alternate DNS server –

OpenNIC4: Preferred DNS server – Alternate DNS server –

Public-Root5: Preferred DNS server – Alternate DNS server –

Comodo DNS: Preferred DNS server – Alternate DNS server –

OpenDNS: Preferred DNS server – Alternate DNS server –

DNS Advantage: Preferred DNS server – Alternate DNS server –

Norton DNS: Preferred DNS server – Alternate DNS server –

SmartViper: Preferred DNS server – Alternate DNS server –

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