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I did not find a way to reliably do it without an app. I often use OpenDNS Family Shield, but sometimes it blocks me to visit some particular hacking site and then I need to quickly and easily change the DNS servers. I used to use Set DNS but it stopped to work in Android 4.3 and further, so I created Override DNS, a new app which mimics Set DNS' ...
This info is from 2014. But it might still work. I am not in the position to test it at the moment, but since you are rooted. You could try adding the dns settings to the build.prop file and see if it sticks. Adding the following to the build.prop file should add google as your DNS server. net.rmnet0.dns1=126.96.36.199 net.rmnet0.dns2=188.8.131.52 net.dns1=184.108.40.206 ...
That's not possible without an app, it has to be with an app. Second, you need root access in able to change 1G/2G/3G/4G DNS. Try Set DNS.
Parts of those build.prop tweaks (and several you did not mention) are explained in the attachments to this XDA post. Let's see what of yours is covered – which are mostly the RIL settings (Radio Interface Layer): ro.ril.hep : unknown and undefined … may not even exist ro.ril.hsxpa : 1:HSDPA, 2:HSDPA/HSUPA, 3:? (HSUPA only?) ro.ril.gprsclass : see: GPRS ...
your phone doesn't support 4G it supports 3G++ which almost 4g and supports high speed downloads , the short unswer to your question is you can't use the 4g plan proposed by your carrier due to your phone's hardware limitation. the bright side is HSPA+ is not so bad you will not notice the difference.
I found out that disabling the AFwall+ firewall solved my problems. Now everything works. This has worked with the previous provider, and I don't understand how changing the simcard can result in this.
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