How to change DNS Servers on ANY ANDROID TV device | SONY BOX STICK
Changing DNS servers on Android TV devices, like a SONY TV, Xiaomi Mi Box S, Mi TV Stick, Nvidia Shield TV, Google TV or any Android TV Box and Android TV in general is quite easy, you just need to find the device’s IP and also the Gateway IP. This may sound difficult to most people but by using a free app we can find both.
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You can use whichever DNS Servers you prefer, those that I personally find faster though are:
Google DNS: 18.104.22.168 – 22.214.171.124
Cloudflare DNS: 126.96.36.199 – 188.8.131.52
What is Domain Name System or DNS?
A Domain Name System (DNS) represents a system of interconnected servers that store registered domain names and Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. Computers talk to each other using IP addresses. Since humans cannot memorize thousands of strings of numbers, we have to use domain names instead of IP addresses. It is much easier to remember and type http://www.youtube.com into your browser than http://184.108.40.206. So DNS keeps the record of all domain names and the associated IP addresses. When you type in a URL in your browser, DNS resolves the domain name into an IP address. There are faster and slower DNS providers. Typically, the DNS provided by your ISP is slow. DNS speeds are not a priority for them, and it shows. For DNS providers, however, it’s all about speed. With multiple, global points of presence (PoP), they can also deliver high-speed lookups for both your home and remote offices.
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