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How do I assign proxy IPs to an android phone?

Discussion in 'Pay Per Install' started by TheLegendOfCharlie, Aug 25, 2015.

  1. TheLegendOfCharlie

    TheLegendOfCharlie Newbie

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    Using Android version 4.3


    In the "modify network" sub menu when you configure a proxy it says; "The HTTP proxy is used by the browser but may not be used by other apps."


    So is this exclusively for the browser and apps that choose to respect your proxy settings only?


    I want to route all traffic going in and out through a paid private proxy with no exceptions over wifi only.


    I'm thinking VPN is a no-go because each phone will be using a lot of bandwidth.


    I want to initially do this with 50 phones and later scale up to 250.


    Am I going about this all wrong?


    Would assigning each phone a static IP (on my end) and configuring router settings to use the proxy IPs be more appropriate?


    Do I have to do both regardless?


    I'm at a bit of a loss...


    I don't know much about networking or proxies. (obviously) but I'm pretty technical and just need a push in the right direction.
     
  2. PayPerInstaller

    PayPerInstaller Junior Member

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    Another scammer using virtualization to mimic android traffic. No, you won't be getting any help from us.. Go away...
     
  3. TheLegendOfCharlie

    TheLegendOfCharlie Newbie

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    Respectfully; If I were were using "virtualization to mimic android traffic" I would probably know how to do this don't you think?

    I'm not doing any SEO. in the course of trying to figure this out for myself I realized an SEO forum would probably be one of the better places to get some help or a knowledgeable answer.
     
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  4. MalthaelRico

    MalthaelRico Newbie

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    OP please, pm me. I think we can make a good deal.
     
  5. TheLegendOfCharlie

    TheLegendOfCharlie Newbie

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    I don't do SEO. I made this account to post this question. Cant PM until you've made 15 posts. Give me a an external contact and we'll see if we can work something out
     
  6. ChristineAshe

    ChristineAshe Registered Member

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    Hey there,
    Seems like your phone is not rooted yet?
    You have to root your phone first, then apply proxies globally.
    There are apps that can do that for you(root, then apply proxies)
    Check out ProxyDroid on google play.
    ow.ly/S8CvC (can't paste links yet, you have to copy/paste manualy)

    -D
     
  7. TheLegendOfCharlie

    TheLegendOfCharlie Newbie

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    thank you for your reply but I know from ProxyDroid and other popular apps can and will at times fail. There is no reliable app that serves this purpose. I am doing SEO work a failed proxy connection will expose me to security risks I do no wish to contend with. I am looking for a more brute force method to make this happen i.e software + hardware combination.
     
  8. MalthaelRico

    MalthaelRico Newbie

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    It's prohibited to give any personal information in thread, and I ca'nt make a PM to you cause of lack of posts...