How to setup VPN on Android devices

Before setting up, you will need

An android mobile phone with Firmware Version 1.6 or above (No need for root)

 

How to Set Up PPTP VPN
  1. Go to "Settings" on your mobile phone, and select "Wireless Controls"
  2. Select "VPN settings"
  3. Select "Add VPN"
  4. Select "Add PPTP VPN"
  5. Set a "VPN name" (can be whatever you like)
  6. Set "VPN server" (use the server address you have received from us) Then save the setting.

 

How to use personalVPN-PPTP on your Android device
  1. Go to "Settings" on your mobile phone, and select "Wireless Controls"
  2. Select "VPN settings"
  3. Connect to the VPN network you just set up
  4. Key in your username and password, then click "Connect"
  5. Once there is a small key-like icon on the left side of your notification bar, your phone is connected to the VPN.

 

Still can't connect to the VPN on your Android device?

Try turning encryption "off" and see if it connects. Not using encryption might provide access to blocked content, as well as privatize your IP address, but it still isn't optimal for security, obviously. It would appear Android has a little way to go to best support PPTP VPNs. Note: The username/password you selected are case sensitive and need to be entered exactly as entered during registration: username@witopia (with no .net or .com on the end).

 

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