How to set up Cloudflare DNS on an Android

These screens may vary depending on your version of Android. These came from a Samsung Galaxy S9.

  1. In Settings, tap Wi-Fi.
  2. Press and hold on the network you’re connected to.
  3. Click Manage Network Settings (it may read Modify Network on your device).
  4. Click the check box called Show Advanced Options.
  5. Click DHCP under IP Settings.
  6. Select Static.
  7. Remove any DNS addresses that may be already listed and in their place add:
  8. Click Save. If you’re not noticing any change, disconnect and reconnect to the Wi-Fi.

You’ve set your device to use Cloudflare’s DNS resolver! (If you need to revert to the previous setup, repeat the above instructions but select “DHCP,” “Automatic”)

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