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Automatically connect to Wi-Fi nodes, but route everything through encryption
Related to my question about VPNs, is there any way to get my phone to automatically connect to unencrypted access points, but route all my traffic through my home network? This would be kind of like ...
Nov 18 '10 at 17:36
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