Bytz VPN - Android Installation

If it is not yet installed, download the OpenVPN Connect app from Google Play on a standard Google Android, or download OpenVPN for Android (No Root) on F-Droid if on a de-Googled phone.

Before you proceed, make sure you have your BytzVPN username and password available. During purchase, it will be automatically created and you will see it in SETTINGS - MY ACCOUNT SETTINGS on Brax.Me (one of the checkmarked items on that page).

On Chrome, to begin installation, tap and hold down the links below (these links are Ovpn Profiles). A menu will appear. Select "download link". These files will be added to your download folder. You may be asked for permission to open your file system. Give that permission.

On DuckDuckGo Browser, to begin installation, just tap quickly on each link below (these links are Ovpn Profiles). A menu will appear or it will acknowledge a download. These files will be added to your download folder. You may be asked for permission to have access to your file system. Give that permission.

On s standard Google Android, if you're having a problem with saving a file and finding it, make sure to save files to the Phone and NOT to Google Drive.

VPN Profiles
VPN Profiles are your choices of VPN servers. Each one represents a server location or a pool of servers in a location. Each pool area represents a location where we have servers.

The NoAds profiles are ones that have DNS blocking of ad domains using a pi-hole server.

Usually, the closest server to you is the fastest and best choice for performance. But you can use any location that suits your purpose.

America - Seattle
BytzVPNSeattle-NoAds.ovpn (10/2/23)

America - California
BytzVPNWest2-NoAds.ovpn (3/29/21)

America - Chicago
BytzVPNChicago-NoAds.ovpn (10/2/23)

America - NYC
BytzVPNEast-NoAds.ovpn (2/5/21)

America - Dallas
BytzVPNSouth2-NoAds.ovpn (2/5/21)

America - Atlanta
BytzVPNAtlanta-NoAds.ovpn (8/29/21)

America - Miami
BytzVPNMiami-NoAds.ovpn (10/23/23)

America - Toronto
BytzVPNToronto-NoAds.ovpn (2/5/21)

Europe - Stockholm
BytzVPNStockholm-NoAds.ovpn (10/2/23)

Europe - London
BytzVPNUK-NoAds.ovpn (11/1/20)

Europe - Frankfurt
BytzVPNGermany-NoAds.ovpn (11/1/20)

Europe - Paris
BytzVPNParis-NoAds.ovpn (10/2/23)

Europe - Milan
BytzVPNMilan-NoAds.ovpn (10/2/23)

Australia - Sydney
BytzVPNSydney-NoAds.ovpn (8/16/20)

Asia - Mumbai
BytzVPNMumbai-NoAds.ovpn (6/25/21)

Asia - Singapore
BytzVPNSingapore.ovpn (11/9/20)

BytzVPNSingapore-NoAds.ovpn (11/9/20)

Asia - Japan
BytzVPNJapan.ovpn (08/29/21)

BytzVPNJapan-NoAds.ovpn (08/29/21)

TOR Pool
BytzVPNTOR.ovpn (7/13/20)

Always check the BytzVPN chat on Brax.Me for additional info.
Note: Other previous profiles that are not listed have been deprecated.

On Google Android, run the OpenVPN Connect app and you will see the display below. Select the option OVPN Profile.

On a de-Googled phone, run OpenVPN for Android and you will see a + icon at the top to import a VPN profile.

This will give you the option to select the opvn files you previously downloaded. The files will be in the 'download' folder.

If you cannot find the files, please make sure you turn off the option to save files to Google Drive. Files should be saved to the phone.

Now select the profile you wish to connect to (one of the standard VPN's or VPN TOR). Once the item is check marked, tap on Import in the upper right hand corner.

Select one of the items listed, enter your login credentials and click on Add. Click on SAVE PASSWORD to allow your password to be saved. Click on PRIVATE KEY PHRASE too if that is required (it will appear if required).

After all the credentials have been listed, all you to is to select a desired VPN profile and connect.

Here is a connected session.