How to set up a Proxy in Australia on Android without root access?
Activation of an anonymous connection on a smartphone or tablet without superuser rights is only partially performed. It will not be possible to ensure that all traffic going through applications is anonymous, but standard methods can be used to secure work in the browser. To perform the procedure, you must:
Open the phone settings and go to the "Wi-Fi" section.
Connect to an available network and click on it to access additional options.
Find the line "Proxy Server" and set the option for manual configuration.
In the lines that appear, enter the IP address and connection port. This data is freely available on the network at the request of "free Proxies".
The setup is complete, but it should be borne in mind that this method has a number of disadvantages. First of all, it is the anonymity of data transmission only when using a standard browser integrated into the OS.
Also, on some smartphone models and operating system versions, the mode is activated only when connected to a 3G network.
As an alternative to the standard settings, there are several methods for performing an anonymous connection without obtaining root rights. Let's consider each of them:
Installing the mobile version of the Firefox browser via the Play Market. After installing it, you need to go to the program tools and install an add-on called FireX Proxy, which will provide access to the network through anonymous channels.
Using the Tor browser. The mobile version of the application is released under the name Orbot and is also available in the official Android store. The program is notable for the fact that it connects via a shared network of Proxy servers, significantly increasing the security of the connection. If you have superuser rights, Orbot redirects the traffic of any applications installed in the system.
Despite the availability of alternatives, the best results in data encryption can be achieved only by obtaining root access on a smartphone.