How to use proxy server on the g1?

by kevkev...@googlemail.com » Tue, 13 Jan 2009 01:08:58 GMT


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 Does anyone know how to connect to the internet via a proxy server on
a g1 handset? I need to use a proxy server at school to get on the
internet on wifi.

Cheers

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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by DJMoran » Mon, 26 Jan 2009 05:35:59 GMT


 I also need the exact same help, my school uses a proxy server to
access the web.

Also my home wireless doesn't need a proxy to access the web.

I know the iPhone and iPod touch can use multiple proxy settings
depending on the network it is connected to but what about the G1

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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by joff » Sat, 31 Jan 2009 01:52:27 GMT


 Anyone figured this one out yet?





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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by friedger » Wed, 04 Feb 2009 04:55:35 GMT


 I am interested as well.
Friedger





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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by Al Sutton » Wed, 04 Feb 2009 16:55:34 GMT


 Sounds like an opportunity for someone to write an app. The source for 
the proxy settings page is in;

/packages/apps/Settings/src/com/android/settings/ProxySelector.java

in the git repository, so couldn't someone write an app using that, add 
in some buttons to change configuration and some optional Geo-location 
to switch proxy settings automatically based one where you are and it'll 
probably be a popular app.

Or is it another piece of  functionality limited to the in-crowd who can 
get their app signed with the right certificate?

Al.
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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by alejandro.cale...@gmail.com » Tue, 17 Feb 2009 03:32:08 GMT


 Someone find any solution out for this? In my case, In the work, there
is a wifi signal trough the proxy.

Thanks.








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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by sparso » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 11:24:46 GMT


 ello,

I've written an application which may help, it allows you to use the
browser from behind a proxy server on a WIFI network. Search for the
"ProxySetting" application on the market (its free).

At the moment Android only allows proxy information to be used when
you are connected to a GPRS/3G network, there's a bug raised about it
here: http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=1273. The
ProxySetting application works around the problem, but unfortunately
it's still a bit limited (by Android): It does allow for using the web
browser behind a non-authenticated proxy, but apps such as Maps and
Youtube don't currently work and there's no way to add a username/
password for the proxy.

I'm sure this will be sorted out properly by the Android team, but
until then hopefully the ProxySetting app will help.

Please let me know if it works or if you have any problems (I've only
just posted it on the Market so haven't had any feedback yet).

Thanks!

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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by alejandro.cale...@gmail.com » Tue, 03 Mar 2009 02:51:48 GMT


 ello,

This app work fantastic in the browser!!!!!! But, Do you know why it
is not possible to work in other app like gmail, market, etc?

Thanks.

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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by alejandro.cale...@gmail.com » Tue, 03 Mar 2009 02:51:49 GMT


 ello,

Great for the browser!!!!! I can access to internet now in my office.
Do you know why it is not possible that the proxysetting work on for
all services like gmail, market, etc?

Thanks.

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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by Kather Jailani » Tue, 03 Mar 2009 03:27:55 GMT


  Http://androidcommunity.com/android-proxy-app-almost-allows-for-tethering-20081104 





Anyone figured this one out yet?






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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by sparso » Tue, 03 Mar 2009 03:57:16 GMT


 'm not sure at the moment why it only works for the browser. I'm
investigating how to get it working using gmail and the market as I've
got the same problem in my office. I'll let you know when I have some
more info.

Thanks

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How to use proxy server on the g1?

by sparso » Sat, 07 Mar 2009 23:21:34 GMT


 ello,

I've been looking at this in a bit more detail and unfortunately it
looks like the ProxySetting app cannot be updated to allow apps like
market, youtube etc to work over a wifi proxy. I could be mistaken,
but I think the reason is that the browser checks for a configured
proxy in the database and uses that proxy if the phone is on a mobile
network, but the other apps don't do this.

The ProxySetting app updates the relevant information in the database
and then sends a notification to the browser that the phone is using a
mobile network (even though it's actually on wifi). So the browser
thinks it's on a mobile network and updates it's proxy information,
requests are then sent over wifi to the proxy.

The other apps seem to ignore the proxy settings (possibly they're not
using HTTP and the proxy settings are specific to HTTP). Even other
browsers like Steel don't seem to apply proxy settings. I think the
real fix would be for Android to be updated to allow for proxy
settings to be entered for a particular wifi network and for all the
apps to be updated to listen for network changes and update to the
correct proxy. I'm sure this will be done at some point as it's a
fairly major problem in my opinion.

Thanks

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