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Add custom DNS server on Android

Adding custom DNS server on Android works out of the box for each connected Wi-Fi network separately. There is no need to install external Apps.

Table of Contents

Change DNS server in Android directly

  1. Navigate to Settings -> Wi-Fi

  2. Press and hold on the Wi-Fi network you want to change

  3. Choose Modify network


    Android: Wi-Fi list

  4. Scroll down and click on Advanced options


    Android: Advanced options

  5. Scroll down and click on DHCP


    Android: Select DHCP options

  6. Click on Static


    Android: Select static DHCP options

  7. Scroll down and change the DNS server IP for DNS 1 (the first DNS server in the list)


    Android: Add custom DNS server

Change DNS server with Third-Party App

If the above does not work for you or you just want another App that makes it even easier to change DNS settings, you can search the Playstore for many available DNS changer Apps. They also work on non-rooted Androids.

See also

DNS Changer