A proxy might be a useful tool for protecting user privacy or accessing the Internet when using a corporate network. While you are connected to a Wi-Fi network that uses a proxy server, this server acts as an intermediary for network requests between you and the rest of the web. Websites will not identify your specific device, but the proxy server that you are connected to. Here is how to set up the use of a proxy server on your Android smartphones and tablets.
Android allows you to configure proxy settings for each Wi-Fi network. This is sometimes required to access the Internet on a business or school network, for example. Your browser traffic will be sent through the proxy you configure.
Below you can see a set of images with comments on how to set up proxy settings for your Android device:
- First, go to Settings
- Then go to Wi-Fi
- Next step you need hold on Connected Wi-Fi access point
- Tap Modify Network
5. Check Show advanced options
6. Then tap to None, the menu will appear, select Manual
7. Then you'd need to fill in the following:
- Proxy hostname field with nl1.node.soax.com
- Proxy port: 9000+ (10000+)
- Click SAVE button
8. Next step. You just need to open your browser and request some URLs. A modal window will appear. You need paste your package Login and Password in that modal window.