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Blog.FastSSH.com — NaïveProxy uses Chrome’s network stack to disguise traffic with strong censorship and low detection capabilities. Reusing the Chrome stack also ensures best practices in performance and security. This article will share How to Use NaiveProxy on Android.
How to Use NaiveProxy on Android
Follow these steps to use NaiveProxy on Android.
Note: Because Naiveproxy Doesn’t Support Sni, So It Can’t Be Used For Internet Tricks.
1. Install the Sagernet Application
To download the Sagernet application, you can download it via the following link.
2. Install NaiveProxy Plugin
To install the Naiveproxy Plugin, you can download it via the following link.
3. Create a NaiveProxy Account
To create a NaiveProxy account, you can visit the www.howdy.id site then tap line 3 then select the Bypass & Tunnels menu.
Scroll down and select NaïveProxy
Check im not a robot. Then click show server
Wait a few seconds then the Naiveproxy account will appear.
Naiveproxy account creation has been completed.
4. Import and Connect Naiveproxy on Sagernet
Above, you have downloaded the Sagernet application and created a Naiveproxy account on the Howdy.id site. Now setup and enter the Naiveproxy account into the Sagernet Application.
Copy the account from the naiveproxy link you created earlier.
Open the sagernet application, then tap the add (+) menu then tap import from clipboard
Then Tap / Select the Naiveproxy Account that was imported earlier
Then Tap the Airplane Logo to connect the sagernet
After the Connected text appears, the naiveproxy is ready to use.
By using Naiveproxy you can change your ip address so that it can open all blocked sites. Good luck and hopefully useful.