No, and not planned in the near future.
Yes, the proxies will work.
But you won’t be able to remotely change your IP address, since Wi-Fis change their IP address when the router physically gets turned off and on again. More so, this method doesn’t guarantee your IP address will be changed: it all depends on your home Internet provider.
We recommend working with a SIM card, since when you remotely toggle Airplane mode, the mobile operator assigns the device a new IP address. Read more about changing your IP address in our article.
That’s operationally impossible. To work with iProxy, insert a SIM card ONLY into SLOT #1.
It works fine on most phone models. For XiaoMi, Meizu and Huawei devices it’s sometimes necessary to turn off energy-saving mode and allow the app to run in the background.
Example of disabling energy-saving mode:
Example of setting it up on Meizu: You must enable working OpenVPN in the background.
Also carefully read the iProxy.online guide on launching mobile proxies.
In the settings, there may be a limit on the number of Megabytes or Gigabytes per month for traffic from a SIM card. Make sure that this limit is removed on your phone.
It will, but the speeds will be lower. We recommend using phones that support 4G.
It works fine on most phone models. Problems may sometimes occur on really antiquated and rare Chinese phone models. If you already have an Android device - just test it out. If you’re planning on buying a phone to use the service, take a look at our list of recommended models.
Android 6.1+, 4G support (for the speed to be higher, but it technically works with 3G, too), at least 2GB of RAM. CPU: ARM Cortex-A53 is not recommended.
Yes, they do. Remote change ip works as well. The easiest way to do it would be through the VA (Voice Assistant). You can also set up an IP change via the Macrodroid clicker. Check out the detailed guide covering both ways in our article.
Not necessarily, the iProxy app checks for the required version of OpenVPN and if it doesn’t match - downloads the required version. Delete the OpenVPN version you downloaded from the PlayMarket and download the one iProxy tells you to.
In the settings of some phones, SIM cards may have traffic-related restrictions (number of megabytes or gigabytes per month). Make sure that this limit is removed on your phone.
Launching proxies through iProxy.online isn’t hard at all. Be sure to take a look at our Complete guide for launching mobile proxies through iProxy.online, where you will probably find answers to most of your questions.
They do. However, out of the remote IP address change, only the rotation will work. Changing your IP address via link, Telegram bot command or API won’t work, since Google Play Services are necessary for iProxy to be able to “reach” the phone and “tell” it to switch to Airplane mode.
iProxy won’t work. Only one VPN can work on a phone at a time. Either OpenVPN will work - for the purposes of iProxy, or any other VPN, but then iProxy will remain docile.