How to Clear DNS Cache in Android Phones

A DNS cache (sometimes called a DNS resolver cache) is a temporary database, maintained by a computer's operating system, that contains records of all the recent visits and attempted visits to websites and other internet domains. Your DNS cache stores the locations (IP addresses) of web servers that contain web pages that you have recently viewed. If the location of the webserver changes before the entry in your DNS cache updates, you can no longer access the site. In other words, a DNS cache is just a memory of recent DNS lookups that your computer can quickly refer to when it's trying to figure out how to load a website.

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How to check IP VPN or Proxy Blacklist

Many IP addresses originating from VPN and Proxy subscriptions are blacklisted. Of course, Free VPN services are more dubious. Many free tools to track blacklisted IP, URL, and Domain Name. Make sure you are anonymous.

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How to Change DNS on Android Phones (Without Root)

Changing the DNS provided by the ISP to the public DNS becomes the best way to improve the browsing experience. In most cases, when you use Public DNS servers with low latency can increase internet speed. Accessing a site that ISP blocked could be the reason why we do it, but I do not recommend it f...
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