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How to change protocol in PureVPN Android TV App

Jan 18, 2022
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To be able to switch between protocols the PureVPN app is disconnected. VPN protocol visible after disabling the Automatic Protocol Selection option.

VPN protocol type affects the performance and stability of your connection. Be sure to select the correct protocol when connecting to a VPN server. PureVPN recommends the automatic protocol as it will pick up the most appropriate connection setting for you. But in case the Automatic protocol option does not work for you then you may proceed to switch between different protocols. 

Protocol Guide:

Wireguard: (Recommended)

Wireguard provides a fast and secure VPN connection and it’s usually used for web browsing and streaming.

UDP: 

UDP is mainly used for streaming and downloading. It provides a fast VPN connection with medium encryption.

TCP:

TCP is more reliable, but also a little slower, and is usually used for web browsing. 

IKEv2: 

IKEv2 is one of the fastest VPN protocols that provides stable connection and is usually used for streaming and downloading.

Proxy: 

Proxy provides the fastest VPN connection but it does not offer encryption. If you are looking to browse the internet with fast speed then proxy might be the best option you should use.

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Wondering how to switch between protocols? Follow the instructions below 👇

  • Press the Hamburger icon (≡) from the top left.
  • Press Settings.
  • Go to Advanced tab.
  • In Advance settings tab, press Connection Protocol.
  • Toggle Automatic selection and a popup will appear. Tap OK.
  • Choose your desired protocol (Recommended: Wireguard)
  • A pop-up will appear, press Proceed.

Congratulations! You have successfully changed the protocol.

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