egzthunder1 · Dec 24, 2010 at 03:00 pm

Guide to OpenVPN on EVO

By definition (really just by reading the name), OpenVPN is an open source implementation of the widely used VPN secure connections for allowing authorized access to a server/system from anywhere in the world. The system basically uses a key over SSL encryption to authenticate a user and allow that person to have access to things that may not be exactly at reach. XDA member sc10000 decided to make a very thorough guide of how to implement this on Android device. The guide goes on a step by step procedure with high attention to detail on how to accomplish this with ease.

So, if you were looking for a way to do this on your EVO, today is your lucky day. Head on down to the thread and make sure to leave some feedback for the dev.

An easy to follow & you’ll have it working in no time guide. You want a secure connection that relies on open source high encryption.

You can find more information in the guide thread.

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