Originally Posted by lodk
I don’t want to sound like an idiot but, i have read every post in this thread. I for the life of me cant figure things out.
I have a few problems.
One i cant find the website www.keweon.com and the links keep leading me back to the beginnings of this thread when i click it. I have however installed the ca cert.
The second is maybe not a problem but more of a "I dont know what i am doing" situation. I have a dns changer for my droid (override dns (for root)). I put in the dns of choice from the server list and apply. I see all went well and ads are blocked but, when i do a dns leak test it still shows my tmobile dns, And my isp is still the same (maybe its not suppose to even change). Some in site on this would be great.
Sorry for the noobie questions and thank you in advance for the hard work you have committed to this project.
First at all - there are never "idiots questions"
Every problem on your side will help to make a better instruciton when everythings is live.
I guess you know what happens when you are using hosts files and visit HTTPS sites. You will get stupid error messages. To surpess all this nag messages you will need the certificate for this.
To get this certificate just visit this URL:
and the download will aprears after 3 seconds. JUST THE DOWNLOAD! The installation needs to be done from the user.
On Android devices for some reasons you need to set a Device PIN bevore you are able to install the certificate. Don't know who have had this idea at Google but this guy should be fired asap.
On Apple do it with Safari. Double click the download and a few steps later it's done.
Here is a good instruction Website from GFI >> CLICK HERE
<< to do it in different operation systems.
The website is still not ready. I will wait until the 25th of May - the official Date for the activation of the GDPR (EU General Data Protection Regulation). I'm pretty sure that this will become a big surprise for all of you.
That's the reason why everything is currently pointed to this thread.
Thanks to Google and Apple that they have removed for some unknown reasons the options to change the default DNS Servers on the devices. It might be that this have something to do that Android is from Google and also that Google has paid round about 1 billion US-Dollar to Apple that they are still the default "search engine". But I also could be wrong.
I don't know which DNS changer u are using but I'm pretty sure that you need also to change your DNSv6 settings.
With this App:
you easily can enable the v6 option. Change also the v6 DNS Servers and everything is fine.
If you ever have any problems - than feel so free and ask. There are never stupid questions.
Hope you enjoy it and if something is not working as it should than ask.