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Discussion in 'Instagram' started by mdraino, May 22, 2015.

  1. mdraino

    mdraino Regular Member

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    So I'm about to purchase 10 pva IG's. I already have 2 that I manage on a daily basis.
    I've heard your only suppose to run 3-4 accounts per IP.. Well, until now I have been just making the post from my phone.
    I do plan on setting these accounts up on FL (including posting), but I will need to log in to these accounts at least every other day to reply to comments/any other stuff that needs done.

    What would be my best route to take when logging in/posting..
    I know if I'm just logging in and replying to stuff and not making post, I can use tor browser or a vpn and do it from my browser

    But what if I want to be able to log in and post? I wouldn't think it be smart to log into them all on my phone...
     
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    duceduc Supreme Member

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    You will need to get some proxy to run those 10 accs. The rule of thumb is to log in using the same ip the acc is using on FL. If you don't, IG will more than likely reset your passwords if you use a different ip to login with.
     
  3. mdraino

    mdraino Regular Member

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    I have 10 private proxies already
    But I cant log in to the accounts in my browser and make post or even change the profile pic.. that has to be done on the phone it seems..
     
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    You can still log with the phone using specific proxy. Look for a setting that says http proxy if you are using an iPhone.
     
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    You can use your private proxies easily on the phone and do what you need that way
     
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    But instagram keeps track of Device IDs right? So how is it okay to log in to 10 accs from only 1 physical device?
     
  7. mdraino

    mdraino Regular Member

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    Well i've tried searching all over google on how to plug in a socks proxy into an iphone, and although it seems like it could be done when looking in the connection settings on the iphone, there's no tutorial on the internet on how to do it. (nothing I'm capable of at least)


    Jeez, I had no idea trying to run a decent number of accounts on IG would be this hard.
    Seems like no one has to much advice on this subject either, so either its more trouble then its worth going through or the people who have mastered this art aren't willing to give away they're secrets.
     
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    You can use VM's and install android as the OS. You may get a password reset logging in but I've never experienced any bans when switching to a newer device to post. Just as long as you don't do it often.
     
  9. duceduc

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    No trick. You set it up on your phone. Verify with safari browser by typing in whatismyip . com. If you see your proxy ip, IG app will be using that ip to connect. Just remember to change/delete that proxy when switching between accs.