Download DNS switch Fan edition apk DNSwitch free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 126.0 KB
Changes the DNS server setting on rooted Android devices.
Activate 'set DNS' in the settings screen, enter your DNS servers and reconnect. That's it! :-)
Features in a nutshell:
( ) ad-free
( ) simple, clean interface
( ) works with mobile data, WiFi/WLAN, Bluetooth/USB tethering
( ) IPv6 support (work in progress)
( ) optional notification, needs no root:
-- network type (3G, WiFi, etc.) and DNS setting at connect
-- when data net connectivity has been lost
( ) root/su permission checker
Please post a quick review on the free version page if DNSwitch works well!
This is the fan edition of DNSwitch. It is identical in function. It is here for those who ask about donating money or some way to display their appreciation of this effort. For further details and descriptions please visit the page for the free edition simply named 'DNS switch'.
Thank you for supporting the author's effort having the DNS switch Fan edition! As a bonus, a little secret is being revealed in the about text. :-)
Most devices should update the settings automatically. For some devices you might have to wipe the app data for DNSwitch in 'settings - apps'.
v1.4: a minor feature release
( ) first shot at IPv6 (thanks Jakob Shoptaw)
( ) now supports popup notifications (toasts) on connection changes (thanks Choniy Tien)
( ) abridged notifications (Google's DNS now fits in one line on small screens)
( ) various code changes
stroblsw part of our Tools and have average installs from 50 to 100. Last Update March 19, 2014. Google play rating is 100.0. Current verison is DNSwitch. Actual size 126.0 KB.
Thank you works on Nexus 5 Dev Responds to Emails Dev has A free version also that is full version this is the Dev Donation Fan Edition to Support Development
Awesome thanks! For fans how bout an option to change with interface? Awesome otherwise. Edit:Yes, different dns per interface if that's possible lol. In fact weather to use dns switch on that interface at all. For example at home my wifi dhcp server uses opendns I'd like it to continue... While on the run in 4g/3g I'd like to use Google dns... Just a suggestion and either way thanks for listening!