How to use Open dns for phones that are outside the home wifi network

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    rotblitz (Edited )

    OpenDNS is a service for networks you own, not for your devices in other networks.

    And no, Prosumer doesn‘t provide Android support.

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    peelaaa (Edited )

    So none of the android phones will work with open dns or is it that open dns will not provide customer support?

    Also, I am sure I read on here that the prosumer option (or was it another option) will block content if using phone on a different wifi network (to the home network) or when using mobile data?

    Can you confirm either way please

    thanks.

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    rotblitz

    You can configure Android devices to use OpenDNS, but not the dashboard.

    And again, Prosumer doesn’t come with Android support.

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    peelaaa

    Thanks but does the the prosumer option block content when using external wifi networks and mobile data when away from the home network?

    And is the support you are referring to online customer support?

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    rotblitz

    Prosumer comes with support only for Windows and Mac OS X, not for Android, iOS, Linux or what else. I didn’t mean customer support.

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    peelaaa

    Ok thank you, and I dont mean to keep repeating this  but does the the prosumer option block content when using external wifi networks and mobile data when away from the home network?

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    rotblitz

    Yes, it does this indeed, on Windows and Mac OS X computers.

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    peelaaa

    Thanks, so it doesn't provide that service for mobile phones then?

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    rotblitz

    I hate it to repeat me...

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