Free VPN for Android without rooting
What is VPN?
You probably would have known what a VPN or Virtual Private Network is. Most regular users would not thought of using one. But you really should consider using one.
VPN works by extending a private local network across a public network like the Internet. Companies often use them to allow employees to securely connect to the company network from remote locations. Regular people like us can use them to create a secure internet connection and encrypt all the data you are sending or receiving. Follow the steps below to manually set VPN from your Android device.
How to set PPTP VPN on your Android 4.XX
Setting up your Android device for VPN is not as hard as it sounds.
Then tap on VPN.
Click on “+” sign to add a VPN profile.
Key in a profile name. Let’s say we input this as “Vpn”. Then proceed to the next step and select PPTP as the VPN Type.
Input the Server address. FlyVPN.com does provide free trial VPN service with 3 logins each day. There is an option to upgrade your account for unlimited access for $10 monthly, $25 quarterly, $45 half yearly as well as $80 yearly. Click here to get FlyVPN server address. Check the box PPP encryption (MPPE). Then tap on Save.
Tap on Vpn to connect.
Input the Username and Password by FlyVPN.com. Free trial FlyVPN users can get a free trial VPN username and password from this page. Then click Connect.
You are now connected to FlyVPN.
3 thoughts on “How to set free VPN on Android”
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I had free VPN but their ads & promotions irritated me, so i moved PureVPN paid subscription.
I have a Lollipop Android phone, and 90% of the android vpn apps are not working on lollipop. The best part is that I found that ibVPN android app is now compatible with android lollipop. Yeyy