How to create mobile proxy using Android and use UDP

How to create mobile proxy using Android and use UDP

Anyone who works with online advertising, for example, social media, SEO, parcers, bots, affiliate marketing, etc. needs mobile proxies. Mobile proxies have become very popular since there’s not that many mobile IP addresses, unlike mobile users, which lets webmasters easily blend in with the “mass”.

Ready-made private mobile proxies can cost 40-150$ depending on the location. But you can easily create them with your Android and service, no programming skills needed. You will pay the tariff of iProxy (6-10$) and tariff of your SIM-card. is a mobile app that helps to set up mobile proxy and change IP remotely (set rotation or change IP via the link/button), the traffic of proxy will go through your mobile internet. IP and location of the proxy will be the same as IP and location of the phone.

Technical features of the proxies you’ll get:

-  HTTP, SOCKS5, UDP support
-  OVPN config support
-  High speed
-  IP address change and rotation
-  API
-  A Telegram bot for notifications and IP address changes
-  Traffic calculations
-  Authorization by login/password or by IP address
-  DNS spoofing
-  Uptime notifications (if the proxies stop working - you will instantly be notified about it)
-  A friendly tech support team

Instruction for setting up mobile proxy

  1. Register on
  2. Follow the instructions on the dashboard, install the app on Android and log in.
  3. Use proxy credentials from thedashboard on your software and enjoy.


UDP usage

Since all the major browser and players now support UDP (Google, Facebook, etc), has added this feature too built in a .OVPNconfig.

.OVPN config is a file with type .ovpn to run through the programs that support this file type.

Once you install app on Android, you can download .OVPN config from dashboard and open it using the program (OpenVpn for Windows, Tunnelblick for MacOS etc).

Now the traffic of the computer goes through the traffic of the phone.

Features of the work with .OVPN configs

  • Working through .ovpn configs is suitable for those who run work on remote virtual machines or physical computers without using anti-detect browsers.
  • All the traffic of the computer goes through the mobile internet of the phone.
  • At the time of writing the article, .ovpn configs are not supported by antidetection browsers. Make requests to the antidetection browsers you work with a suggestion to support .ovpn.

Video-instruction how to set up .OVPN configs

How to make DNS of a mobile operator in OVPN configs

It is critical that the DNS of the mobile operator matches the DNS in .OVPN config for many users.

1) Connect to the proxy via normal proxy access (ip/port/login/pass)

2) Go to or and take the DNS IP-address

3) In the .OVPN config settings, set up the DNS IP-address

4) Connect to the .OVPN config


- Without setting up a custom DNS, .OVPN configs will get the CloudFlare DNS.

Thus, you can create your own mobile proxies with, which is the  a modern and convenient tool to create and manage your proxy.

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