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At the moment a large number of popular website are dropping support for all SSL/TLS versions below TLS1.2 because of the known vulnerabilities in TLS1.1/TLS1.0 and older. Your device is very very old and does not support TLS1.2 therefore you can't connect to certain sites like https://wikipedia.org which requires TLS 1.2 according to the test of SSLLabs. ...


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From https://www.xda-developers.com/uninstall-carrier-oem-bloatware-without-root-access/: WARNING Uninstalling system applications can be dangerous so please know what you’re getting rid of before you complete these steps. Failing to do so could result in your phone becoming unusable until you perform a factory reset. Of course, by removing any given ...


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Add allowed hosts to /etc/hosts and define these firewall rules to block any outgoing DNS queries on standard UDP port 53: ~# iptables -I OUTPUT -p udp --dport 53 -j REJECT * May also use less rude DROP target in place of REJECT To be on safe side also block TCP port: ~# iptables -I OUTPUT -p tcp --dport 53 -j REJECT iptables is part of stock Android ...


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The easy Way... 1. Start your VPN on your phone 2. Install/Use Clockworkmod's USB Tether. 2b. Use PDANet/Foxfi for wireless sharing. The Clockworkmod/PDAnet tether app will connect to the internet like any other app; through the VPN.


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Turn off any power saving mode or data saving mode. If u have limited the data per month or per day, then turn that off. Run an Internet Speedtest from the sim card data. If you are having trouble run Speedtest may be there's an issue, so try that sim on another phone and check. I think MIUI has an option for turning on/off mobile data used by app. You can ...


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I had the same problem with android. Clearing app cache and app data didn't seem to help. It started working after I went to Settings -> Accounts -> click on the account. Untick Sync Chrome. Go to chrome have a look in the settings to see if anything has changed. Go back to the account and retick Sync Chrome, I also have an option in the menu for Sync Now ...


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You can use Airplane Mode to reset DNS. Put the phone in Airplane mode. Wait about a minute. Power the phone OFF, then start it up, then Remove Airplane Mode and test. It should work.


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I would use your phone's test page to disable it... It's like disabling an adapter on a computer are its devices software it will still look like it's on but you can change your way you speak to your tower from like 5 seconds 10 seconds 30 seconds and disabled or immediate. I use phone dialer to pull up the test page *#*#4636#*#*


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I have asked similar question. I couldn't get access to PC connected via USB (USB Tethering) from PC connected via WiFi (Mobile HotSpot). Solution was add routing for USB Tethering net on second PC. $ sudo ip route add 192.168.42.0/24 via 192.168.43.224 dev wlp5s0 Here 192.168.42.0/24 is USB Tethering net, 192.168.43.224 is IP of Mobile HotSpot, wlp5s0 is ...


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You can do this using Connectify software. I had recently put up a thread on a different site. My PC too doesn't have a WiFi module. My proposal was to use an external USB WiFi module, and then turn that into a hotspot. People in Physics Forums (check the second link) have said that in principle, this should be possible.


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In any terminal emulator app: ~$ ip -o a Applicable both to WiFi and Mobile Data. Doesn't require root.


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