Connecting Android

VPN connections are created from within the Wireless And Network settings window. To get to this window, click your phone’s Menu button. When that menu pops up, tap the Wireless And Network Settings button:

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This menu might look quite a bit different depending on the Android handset you’re using; however, the Wireless And Network settings should be fairly universal.
Only one option allows you to set up the VPN connection. In the next screen, tap the VPN Settings button:

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Now tap the Add VPN button. The screen will display a list of various types of VPNs. Tap the Add PPTP VPN button to continue. Select PPTP for the VPN connection !

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Configure the VPN connection: in this next window, there are four configurations you can set up:

  • VPN Name: Give your VPN a name e.g. YourPrivateVPN UK.
  • Set VPN Server: You will need the actual host name or IP . In your mail with the connection data you will find a link with our server addresses. You choose one of our countries e.g UK and enter the host name for UK. Later you can setup a VPN connection for other countries too.
  • Enable Encryption: This is set by default.
  • DNS Search Domains: If you need to use the internal DNS servers once your connection is made, enter them here.

When you tap a configuration, a new window will appear. Enter the information required for that configuration and click OK. (All of the configuration options windows will be similar in look and feel.)

Now connect to YourPrivateVPN : Now that your VPN is set up, it’s time to connect. To do this, go back to the VPN listings window ) and tap the VPN you just created in order to make the connection.

Once you make a successful connection, you’ll see a key icon in your notification area indicating you are connected to YourPrivateVPN.

To establish a VPN connection to other countries proceed the same way. So you can choose between the countries.