OK, I've tried searching throughout the forum and Google but couldn't find answer to this. I recently changed my DNS on my rooted T-mobile Note3 to a overplay SmartDNS, but turns out that the WiFi of the place I work for doesn't like that. My WiFi keeps on failing to obtain IP address, (my workplace is high security kind of place.) So, I need to change the DNS of my phone back to the original default that was in my phone. Yes, I'm stupid (now I realize) that I didn't save the DNS before I changed it. Is there a way to figure out what the original DNS was?
^don't forget to change it back when you are not at work. I also do this, but use the app romtoolbox pro instead of manually doing this so I can connect to those "secure" networks. My work also does this. Luckily I am the system admin...
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20 Sep 2014
By Faiz Malkani
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