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DNScrypt proxy for Android install

22nd January 2015, 11:37 AM |#31  
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Would be great if someone can post the update flashable zip for lolipop, thanks

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22nd February 2015, 03:40 AM |#32  
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Would be great if someone can post the update flashable zip for lolipop, thanks

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I second this. My head hurts seeing all that code... Sorry.
28th March 2015, 02:27 PM |#33  
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Here you go. I modified the previously uploaded zip file so it's using opendns.

If you want to change the dns resolver, just modify /system/etc/init.d/99dnscrypt

Thanks for qwerty12 and wrsg for the help in the thread
thanks for jedisct1 for maintaining the project
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30th March 2015, 06:36 PM |#34  
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Here you go. I modified the previously uploaded zip file so it's using opendns.

If you want to change the dns resolver, just modify /system/etc/init.d/99dnscrypt

Thanks for qwerty12 and wrsg for the help in the thread
thanks for jedisct1 for maintaining the project

Thanks so much, finally a flashable zip with works perfectly fine (with Android 5.0.2)!
I changed the dns resolver successfully.

Which verison of DNScrypt is this btw?
30th March 2015, 06:50 PM |#35  
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Thanks so much, finally a flashable zip with works perfectly fine (with Android 5.0.2)!
I changed the dns resolver successfully.

Which verison of DNScrypt is this btw?

Good to hear. I pulled it from github before I posted it so it's current.
30th March 2015, 07:31 PM |#36  
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Good to hear. I pulled it from github before I posted it so it's current.

Really great, thanks a lot.

You should open a new topic with it, I think it just is getting lost here.

Would you be that kind and probably update it in future? I never was able to compile it myself.
30th March 2015, 08:05 PM |#37  
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I was thinking I should make an app for it so you can easily change your dns resolver but I've never written an app. I can keep this thread up to date. The project development isn't very active anyways.
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8th April 2015, 02:52 AM |#38  
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Thanks! This works for my Galaxy S4 I9500, but doesn't work for my Nexus 7 (2013 wifi). On Nexus 7, the dns resolver was not set to opendns as it was supposed to. Did I miss something?
9th April 2015, 08:22 PM |#39  
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Here you go. I modified the previously uploaded zip file so it's using opendns.

If you want to change the dns resolver, just modify /system/etc/init.d/99dnscrypt

Thanks for qwerty12 and wrsg for the help in the thread
thanks for jedisct1 for maintaining the project

Hello moffa,

sadly I'm having problems with your script after testing it a little bit longer (for a few days on three devices).

With AFwall enabled, following happens:
- No connection after restart when AFwall is enabled at boot, there are just exclamation marks over the WIFI and the mobile data icon
- No connection if network is changing (from mobile data do wifi and vice versa)

When AFwall is disabled, I don't have these problems.

Is there anyway to fix this?


Edit:

Sorry, I had to enable internet access for "root" at AFwall, everything is working great now.
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