Just works! This program kept me connected to the VPN when the default Android VPN kept dropping me. The only thing I don't like is having to install Auto Start to make it start when the tablet reboots.
Brilliant! It just works!! Very happy with this product but would like to see a few things added. The program exit and disconnects without any reason from time to time. Please investigate if there are any remote malicious backdoors that can be exploited. Please add a feature that stops internet traffic if the vpn is disrupted. Something that prevents traffic leaks when the vpn is inadvertently disconnected.
Nexus 5 how-to fix Running N5 stock 4.4.2, rooted, bb, custom kernel. OpenVPN installer doesn't work (cannot mount /system)... So I manually pushed "openvpn" to /system/xbin and set permission to rwxrwxrwx. Also I pushed "liblzo.so" to /system/lib with permission rw-r--r--. Now OpenVPN WORKS :)
Meh Installer could not mount /system as RW, manual installation via adb worked, but VPN could still not connect: no errors, log file empty :-/ Same config works just fine with "OpenVPN Connect"...
Not bad, but I have no other option. Performance is slightly off, but this is also due to my slow 3G connection, I've noticed that if using all the certificates split up with the .ovpn, it just loops into disconnect and reconnect. Whereas if I just use the .ovpn file on its own, it works good. This is actually the only OpenVPN application that has succeeded me on Cyanogen Mod 10, so I will rate 4 stars. Just the connection needs fixing a little bit :)
Adequate, but not robust This works pretty well under optimal conditions, but fails badly under sub-optimal conditions, when connectivity is erratic. First, it quickly gives up trying to reconnect to the VPN when the connection is broken. Second, it doesn't directly warn or inform the user that the connection has been lost; there is only the status icon, which is easily missed and which lags behind the actual status. Third, while there is an option for logging, the log only covers connection attempts, not disconnects.
Fix a possible NullPointerException in EnterUserPassword.
Add VIBRATE permission because app fails on some android 2.3.7 and 4.0.4 devices.
Fix VerifyError on Android 1.5.
This version will store your password if you wish to do so.
The ability to connect to multiple servers at a time has been dropped. See issue: http://code.google.com/p/android-openvpn-settings/issues/detail?id=150
Please report any regressions at http://code.google.com/p/android-openvpn-settings/issues