Is it possible to assign a static IP address without a DNS in Android 5.1? Is there anyway to achieve it? I can do this in iOS so I'm wondering.
First, without DNS the network connection won't be much helpful to you: you will need DNS to resolve host names to IPs – or entering something like
www.google.com into the browser's address bar will just give you an error.
Which does not mean you cannot use a DNS server other than Google's.
From your homescreen:
- Press the Menu key, select Settings
- Go to your WiFi settings, where your list of known/available networks is displayed
- Long-Tap (tap-and-hold) the entry for your AP
- Select Edit
- Tap Advanced
Now you will see a form allowing you to override things: you can disable DHCP, then specify a fixed IP plus the related network settings – mask, default route, and – Tada! – DNS servers.
Check this :
if doesnt work or you can't find it, for dns,
set Google dns. Example :
Dns1 : 184.108.40.206 Dns2 : 220.127.116.11
hope this helps.