Non-Existent Support I had a problem with this app and another, similar app from this company. Was very hopeful that one app or the other would prove very useful to me. I sent them an email and also posted a query on their forum. Heard nothing for three weeks. Then, I saw that the forum I had posted to had zero replies -- from them or anyone else. I don't know if this app works or not. With the non-existent user support that I received, it really doesn't matter. It was just a big waste of time for me. Too bad. The app looked promising.
Works great Very simple to use. Removed DNS lock and automagically works wherever I bring my tablet. Adds greater fluidity to all browsing especially in zones with terrible latency.
Works but needs help If you want to use this as the default DNS server on your phone, also install "DNS Forward" app, and set it to forward to 127.0.0.1 port 5353 (or whatever port you chose for the server). Then it works fine all the time without using a router.
Needs to allow port 53 for rooted users I'm setting up Wi-Fi tethering on my device and need to test why DNS isn't working, so I installed this. Even though I have root by default, the app assumes that I don't and disables port 53. Please resolve? (No pun intended) Thanks. (Also, it's hard to find the save settings button, which doesn't exist - you have to go back for it to prompt you to save settings.)
Not working I tried to start server & type nslookup on different PC on the same network . But PC did not receive return from the server . Is there any special setting ?
I couldn't make it work. Despite adding a hostname to IP mapping rule, the hostname could not be resolved by browsers running on the same android device. I changed the device IP setting from DHCP to static such that I can explicitly point to this DNS server but I was unable since the phone does not let me define a port for the DNS IP address, which would be necessary considering this app can't use the default DNS server port, 53. I then gave it up.