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Android 9 Pie or later

Android Pie or later supports Private DNS, which uses DNS over TLS to secure your queries. If your device runs Android version 9 or later, this is the recommended method to set up because unlike previous versions of Android, it does not need to be configured for each new Wi-Fi network.

Follow these steps to configure your device to use

  1. Go to Settings > Network & internet > Advanced > Private DNS.

  2. Select the Private DNS provider hostname option.

  3. Enter or and hit Save.

  4. Visit to verify DNS over TLS is enabled.

Previous versions

Follow this quick guide to start using on your Android.

  1. Open Settings.

  2. Click on Wi-Fi.

  3. Press down and hold on the name of the network you are currently connected to.

  4. Click Modify Network.

  5. Click the check box Show Advanced Options.

  6. Change the IP Settings to Static.

  7. Remove any IP addresses that may be already listed and in their place add:
  8. Click Save. You may need to disconnect from the Wi-Fi and reconnect for the changes to take place.