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Easy OpenVPN settings to get free and unlimited internet connection fast.

Today I’m going to share the latest OpenVPN settings for free internet access.

If you like unlimited internet access or if you want to try it then OpenVPN settings might be good for you.

You must get used to different VPN settings and configuration processes.

This makes it easy for you when it comes to setting up any VPN application.

Don’t just relax, do something and learn how VPN files are created and how you can create your own.

The OpenVPN settings we want to share with you are for android users.

There are 2 main OpenVPN client applications available on Google play store.

The other one is called OpenVPN Connect and the other one is OpenVPN for Android.

They all provide free internet access but in this article, we will be talking about OpenVPN for Android.

OpenVPN For Android Settings

OpenVPN for Android settings are different from OpenVPN Connect.

To get started you need to have an account and a .ovpn file.

But this doesn’t mean that the VPN will need data in order to work, no.

The account must be created on the same server as the .ovpn file is downloaded from.

For example: if you create an account on the United States server then you must download the ovpn file for the USA.

The other thing is, if you create an account on set4vpn.com then download the file there.

Do not mix the sites because the configuration is different.

For this process you will also need HTTP injector, you will be using 2 VPN apps.

For HTTP injector you don’t need an account but on OpenVPN you do.

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Create OpenVPN Account

Creating an account for OpenVPN is not even hard, it depends on the site you are using.

In this tutorial, we will show you the 2 best sites that actually work.

The first one is called VPNsplit, it requires a Google account otherwise you can’t use it.

The advantage of it is that you can create unlimited accounts on different servers using one account.

And also the account lasts for 30 days renewable, other than other sites.

The second site is called TCPVPN, this one does not require a Google account.

You just need to have a unique username and a password.

The accounts last for 3, 5, and 7 days depending on the server you want.

Create your account using any of the above sites and continue below.

Setting up OpenVPN For Android

Once you have an account you now need to get started with OpenVPN settings.

But don’t forget to download the .ovpn or .zip file for configuration.

If you’ve chosen VPNsplit then you will get a .zip file that contains all servers.

If you’ve used TCPVPN you will also get a .zip file but only for a specific server.

Other websites allow you to download the ovpn file for that server only.

After that go to your OpenVPN and click on the import button.

OpenVPN settings import button

Now locate the folder where you’ve downloaded your config file.

Probably in the download folder depending on the browser.

Don’t forget to extract the zip file so that you will be able to pick the ovpn file.

After picking click on the pencil in front of the config file name to edit it.

Enter the username and password you’ve used to create an account.

See screenshot below

OpenVPN account settings

From the screenshot above you will see server list on top click on it.

This is where your server IP address is listed and that’s where you will connect HTTP injector.

So to make sure your OpenVPN will link up with HTTP injector you need to click on HTTP under proxy.

After that, you may need to replace proxy.example.com with 127.0.0.1

Also, replace the port 8080 with 8989 you can see from the screenshot below.

OpenVPN settings

Once done this you can now proceed to the next step.

You need to screw to the right and click on allowed apps.

Click on allow apps to bypass VPN checkbox to turn it on.

Now you need to scroll down and select HTTP injector and OpenVPN then it’s done.

It’s all done now on OpenVPN you now need to go to your HTTP injector and open it.

HTTP Injector Settings

Setting up HTTP injector is way easier than we were doing on OpenVPN settings.

To set up your HTTP injector follow the steps below respectively.

HTTP Injector Settings

Click on the highlighted area and tick on HTTP proxy then save.

Now click on the VPN settings icon as shown below and scroll down.VPN Settings

Scroll down and click on local port binding, make sure it’s checked.

And on binding local port number enter 1080 then click save.

Go back and click on remote proxy then enter the IP address of your OpenVPN settings server.

Screenshot

To get it you go to OpenVPN and click on the pencil to edit the config.

Go to the server list tab and copy the IP address that is there, it looks like 66.94.120.161

Copy it and paste it in the Proxy/IP Host field and on port enter 80 or 3128 or 8080.

Click on the save button and uncheck Start SSH for these OpenVPN settings.

To ensure that you have configured your settings correctly compare them with the screenshot below.

Screenshot

Do not use this IP address 66.94.120.161, use the one associated with your server.

Connect OpenVPN and HTTP Injector

It is so simple to get a connection using an HTTP injector and OpenVPN for Android.

You open your HTTP injector and click on the start button then minimize it.

Now go to open VPN and on the profile, you have created click on it to start.

If you don’t get connected on the first try then you can repeat the process.

You can also allow up to 5 minutes before trying again, it should work.

You can also try to change the server that you are using.

Not only that, but you can also watch the video below

https://youtu.be/8N1EGnH7p7g

OpenVPN Settings Connection Trick

To connect to OpenVPN you need to perform a trick that is if the normal way is not working.

This trick is very easy but should be done correctly and requires a data saver.

Go to OpenVPN and click on settings then make sure that the show log window is not checked.

The show log window Is the first option under the settings tab, see screenshot below.

OpenVPN settings

To get started then on your mobile data server, usually from the navigation panel.

After that open your HTTP injector and click on the start button then go to OpenVPN and do the same.

Now when it says waiting 2sec… you should click the profile and click reconnect.

Repeat the process at least 5 to 10 times.

Then click on disconnect and go to HTTP injector and click stop, then exit the app.

Now you have got to wait for at least 5 minutes and then repeat the process.

This time you should get connected on the first click.

Troubleshoot OpenVPN Settings

If you’re still feeling to connect you may need to find out why are you not connecting.

They are several reasons that may cause the connection to fail.

You might be using this server that is not working on your mobile network.

To find out more about this go to your HTTP injector and go to logs.

You must see 200 (connection established) or 200 OK connection successful when connecting.

If you don’t see any of the 2 above This means your server is not working with your mobile network.

To solve the problem you should create a new server and try again.

In other ways, if you can see any of the two options above it means the server and your network are fine.

Now to make it work you just need to keep trying and don’t forget to give it some time.

Final Thoughts on OpenVPN Settings

These are the OpenVPN settings tips we could share with you on connecting OpenVPN for Android.

We hope the tips have been so helpful and you can now connect your OpenVPN and HTTP injector.

If you still have some questions regarding this article please let us know in the comments.

VPN settings Guru offers free internet VPN settings and apps for free.

You can use the request VPN settings button to get updates on available settings as well as new settings.

You can watch the OpenVPN settings video below.

https://youtu.be/ZxMeS6-jka8

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