Greetings, esteemed public. We all know that the best proxy For fb, it's mobile proxies. But if you are a beginner or have problems with turnover, buying mobile proxies can cost you a lot of money. And you have to look at server solutions, which, of course, is not a super big problem, but you have to understand that on server ip-addresses accounts are much more likely to fly off, and ip-addresses themselves have a tendency to quickly "scramble".
You can, of course, raise your own mobile proxies, в There are a lot of manuals on the Internet on how to do it. But first, this is also not particularly cheap, because you have to spend money on hardware + monthly payments for SIM cards. And secondly, it's quite a pain in the ass: the hardware gets hot, you need to set up channels and blah-blah-blah....
Then, you might say, why not just sit in the antidetects via wi-fi distribution from your cell phone? I think that's an okay option if:
- You have an unlimited Internet plan;
- you work somewhere where there is no fixed wi-fi;
- you ONLY sit in 5-10 profiles antidetect and do nothing else.
If you mostly work at home/office via a regular wi-fi access point, then regularly switching wi-fi from phone to landline is a kind of entertainment. And sitting only from a cell phone = suffering from turtle speeds due to the fact that you load the 4G channel not only with anti-detect traffic, but also with music streaming, working in VDS and RDP, searching for creos in sleepers and other daily work on the Internet.
So I want to offer you an interesting and completely free solution: all your normal work and browsing is done via wi-fi, and in anti-detecting you quietly use your cell phone as a proxy-server! The advantage is that you do not need to switch any networks, just set up once and forget it. Ready? Let's go.
So, we're going to need:
- Android cell phone (I used the 10-th one, but all others should work, too);
- USB cable to connect the phone to the computer (through it, in fact, and will go communication);
- installed on the phone free Proxy Server software;
- the downloaded and unzipped archive in any folder on your computer Android SDK Platform Tools (I experimented with the Windows version, but you can try to do the same on a Mac, it should work similarly);
- driver straightforwarderuki.sys.
If you have prepared all of the above, let's continue.
Enabling USB debug mode
The first thing we need to do is enable the USB debug mode on our phone. It goes like this:
- Go to "Settings"
- Scroll to "About Your Phone
- Go into it and there click 7 times on the item "Build Number".
The phone will tell you that developer options are now available to you. Now look in the same Settings for USB Debugging and turn it on.
Setting up proxy-servers on the phone
Launch the installed software Proxy Server. Create a new server there, specify the name, port (I chose 8084), check the boxes if you want the server to load automatically when the phone boots, save the settings and run the created server.
After that, connect the phone to the computer with the USB cable, the phone will ask you to allow the debug mode - confirm it.
Port forwarding from computer to phone
Now run the console in the folder where you unpacked the archive with the downloaded Android SDK Platform Tools. The first thing we do is to check if the phone is connected, if everything is okay. To do this, enter the command:
Should see a list of devices (i.e. our one phone). It looks like this:
Now forward the port from our computer to the phone. That is, specify the port, all traffic from which will go to our proxy-server. The command is as follows:
adb forward tcp:6400 tcp:8084
In my case, I chose the port 6400. This is what we are going to use in antidetect.
Checking the functionality
After that, either click the "Check proxy" as in my case
or go to whoer.net and make sure that the site loads and shows the ip-address of your phone and your operator.
In order to update the IP address when switching from one profile antidetect to the other do the following:
- Turn off 4G, leaving only 3G.
- Enter 2 commands that will turn off the mobile data transfer and then turn it on.
adb shell svc data disable
adb shell svc data enable
I recommend to make 2 bat-files with port forwarding and IP update command so that you don't have to run the console every time and enter the command manually. Then for a quick start you just have to plug the USB cable into your phone and run the bat-nick. 5 seconds and you're already working through your mobile proxy!
What's cool is that this proxy You can easily hang 5 accounts. And you can also set up auto-change ip-addresses... but that's a topic for your homework or my next article.
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