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    VPN on android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system?

    Is there any way for setting up a VPN connection on my latest phone which runs on android 4.0 operating system? Please let me know how it can be done.

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    Tulsi Tulsi is on a distinguished road
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    Re: VPN on android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system?

    Yes you can install VPN on your android 4.0 device:
    follow the following setting
    Name : acevpn PPTP FL
    Type : PPTP
    server Address : inpput adress from config file
    PPP encryption : Checked (Enabled)
    Username : use your existing ACE VPN username.
    Password : use your existing ACE VPN Password.
    save account information Checked (enabled)

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    doga_ka_kya_hoga doga_ka_kya_hoga is on a distinguished road
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    Re: VPN on android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system?

    Hello Friend,


    Android 4.0 Icecream Snadwich is empowered with capable VPN functionalities that allow you to choose PPTP VPN, L2TP VPN, L2TP/IPSec, PSK, L2TP.


    In regard to your Question of How to connect VPN on your Android 4.0 ICS.You can follow these steps:-


    1)Tap the Menu icon on your homescreen.


    2)Open "Wireless and Network Settings" window.


    3)Now you will see option for "VPN Settings".Tap on it.


    4)In the next window, you'll be prompted to set VPN Name, VPN Server, Enable encryption, and DNS search domains which would totally depend on your device.


    5)Fill VPN Name and other required information,Click OK to complete configuration.


    6)Now go back to VPN listing Window and Tap VPN network just created in order to establish connection.


    7)The connection will be notified by a key icon in the notification area of your device.




    Summary:- Menu>>>Wireless and Network Settings>>>VPN Settings>>>Set VPN Name, VPN Server, Enable encryption, and DNS search domains>>>>>Click OK>>>>VPN listing>>>>Tap VPN network


    Hope It Helps!


    Thanks and visit again

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    aniketavasthi aniketavasthi is on a distinguished road
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    Re: VPN on android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system?

    Yes you can install VPN on your android 4.0 device:follow the following settingName : acevpn PPTP FLType : PPTPserver Address : inpput adress from config filePPP encryption : Checked (Enabled)Username : use your existing ACE VPN username.Password : use your existing ACE VPN Password.save account information Checked (enabled) thanks

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    Sharukh Sharukh is on a distinguished road
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    Re: VPN on android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system?

    Hello Dear Friend,

    As you want to know about the VPN on android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system for this you have to install VPN on your android 4.0 device below are the settings Name : acevpn PPTP FL, Type : PPTP, Server Address : inpput adress from config file, PPP encryption : Checked (Enabled), Username : use your existing ACE VPN username, Password : use your existing ACE VPN Password and save account information Checked (enabled). This is all about VPN on android.

    Hope this will help you a lot. All the Best..............!!
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    devaezhil devaezhil is on a distinguished road
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    Re: VPN on android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system?

    The VPN option is kind of hidden in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Operating System.
    Go to Settings -> You would see the wireless & networks section as first section.
    After the 4 top options, you would see "More" text with 3 dots. Touch it which takes you to the other screen for more wireless & networks options. This screen has the option "VPN" to set the VPN details.

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