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Forced google DNS?!

  1. SirJMD
    Eclair Mar 9, 2019

    SirJMD , Mar 9, 2019 :
    So I just updated my 5T and now it forces google DNS on my wifi connection. Is there a way to get rid of that crap?

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  2. Neddard
    Lollipop Mar 9, 2019

    Neddard , Mar 9, 2019 :
    Probably not without rooting. Someone else would need to confirm because I don't mess with rooting anymore.
     

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  3. hahaha2223
    Jelly Bean Mar 9, 2019

    hahaha2223 , Mar 9, 2019 :
    eh, check the dhcp settings? might be set to google dns
     

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  4. stark2991_PL
    KitKat Mar 9, 2019

    stark2991_PL , Mar 9, 2019 :
    And why do you want to change it? Google DNS is good enough.
     

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  5. SirJMD
    Eclair Mar 9, 2019

    SirJMD , Mar 9, 2019 :
    DHCP provides 192.168.1.5, recent Oneplus update forces the additional one, regardless of DHCP.


    Because I want to be in control of who my devices ask for names, and because forcing a specific DNS is appalling.
     

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  6. Waveform Modifier
    Marshmallow Mar 9, 2019

    Waveform Modifier , Mar 9, 2019 :
    Sounds like you need a BlackBerry instead.
     

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  7. SirJMD
    Eclair Mar 10, 2019

    SirJMD , Mar 10, 2019 :
    No, Oneplus just need to fix their fuckup :)
     

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  8. Android450
    Marshmallow Mar 10, 2019

  9. Waveform Modifier
    Marshmallow Mar 10, 2019

    Waveform Modifier , Mar 10, 2019 :
    I think one should use the right tool for the right job. That's all.
     

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  10. toastytoast1234
    Marshmallow Mar 10, 2019

    toastytoast1234 , Mar 10, 2019 :
    I would generally assume that you're just an idiot (nothing personal, just this place...), but you at least give the appearance of someone who knows what they're talking about.

    Not being in possession of a recent OP device I can't test for myself, but I agree 100% that no company should be forcing network config settings on me, be it OP, Google, Microsoft or anyone else.

    That being said, I'm not sure how practical that even is any more - one way or another, some shitty corporation is trying to elbow themselves in there somewhere. I'm VPN'd out the wazoo and back again, but I don't believe for a second that I'm not traceable if someone really wanted to.
     

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  11. Mr_Cyrox
    KitKat Mar 10, 2019

    Mr_Cyrox , Mar 10, 2019 :
    Did you check your private DNS setting?
    I've set mine to 1.1.1.1 personally...
    Works well...
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  12. SirJMD
    Eclair Mar 10, 2019

    SirJMD , Mar 10, 2019 :
    The tool was changed, and to something worse.


    Private DNS is set to off. I'm using pi hole as local DNS, for ad blocking, so setting it static would mean that it won't work outside of my network.

    Solution until a fix is out, has been to block 8.8.8.8 in my firewall. In just two days a total of 18.000 blocked attempts of accessing 8.8.8.8.
     

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  13. Waveform Modifier
    Marshmallow Mar 10, 2019

    Waveform Modifier , Mar 10, 2019 :
    Maybe instead of just complaining to other users, go complaint to OnePlus directly instead.
     

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  14. PokiX
    Jelly Bean Mar 11, 2019

    PokiX , Mar 11, 2019 :
    This problem seems to be linked to Pie and not specifically to OP.
    Failure to resolve is very bad and one should not rely on one DNS as it become the single point of failure.
    While Google might want to solve potential connectivity issues, they also expose their users to unwanted leaks (or even bugs for those who prefer a fail safe strategy with specific internal DNS relaying).

    Without at least an option to disable it, this seems like a buggy and weird choice.
    I even wonder if this is legal in some parts of the world.

    Meanwhile, as workaround, I'd suggest having a second DNS or use static IP settings.
     

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  15. SirJMD
    Eclair Mar 12, 2019

    SirJMD , Mar 12, 2019 :
    So what's the purpose of this forum? By your mind it has no purpose.. brilliant.

    Also instead of making an *** of yourself and assuming I haven't contacted OnePlus, just ask if I have.. I actually have.. and as always is their customer support useless and answers something completely different than what was asked.
     

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  16. Waveform Modifier
    Marshmallow Mar 12, 2019

    Waveform Modifier , Mar 12, 2019 :
    Hey. You don't have to be rude about it, alright? I know you are frustrated but being rude to other wouldn't get you anywhere. I only assumed because 99.999999995% of people creating a thread on there didn't even bother asking OnePlus first. Let alone know the difference between user forum and the feedback forum. It is also on you not stating that up front about what you have done about it (including contacting OnePlus).

    As @PokiX said, it might be an Android P problem in general. So, this would fall under Google's issue.
     
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  17. PSSF23
    Gingerbread Mar 12, 2019

    PSSF23 , Mar 12, 2019 :
    I believe it is your network settings or software that sets the dns. My phone is on pie and dns is not Google. I mean, why no one cover the issue on this part yet? It apparently is not OnePlus that controls your setting...
     

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  18. Mukund760
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 13, 2019

    Mukund760 , Mar 13, 2019 :
    yes! you are right! same issue here and yeah... its pie related. My brother has pixel 2 and it has the same issue. Soo... not OP's fault.
     

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  19. lasiate
    Eclair Mar 13, 2019


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  20. borft
    Jelly Bean Mar 13, 2019

    borft , Mar 13, 2019 :
    same here......
     

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