5.0

1 Votes

  • Category Networks
  • License Free
  • Version 2.12.7
  • Size 8 MB
  • Works under Android
  • Package name fq.router2
  • Author fqrouter

If you’re in China, fqrouter2 can help you get access to many websites and services like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube blocked by the Great Firewall of China.

People living and working in China often have to pay for special VPN access just to read news, use Twitter, and talk with friends and family on Facebook, but with fqrouter2 you won’t have to.

It doesn’t just help you get online, it can turn your phone into a router so you can network other devices and help them get access to sites blocked by GFW as well. You’ll be able to just tether your tablet and PC wirelessly to your phone’s internet connection and browse all you like, all without worrying about being blocked.

You’ll also get access to advanced functionality like setting a new DNS for all devices connected to your phone, the ability to see what devices are connected to your network and more.

It’s important to note that you need a rooted Android device to run fqrouter2; without root access this app won’t work properly.

All in all fqrouter2 is a great way to get around the Great Firewall of China while on Android!

Pros

  • Bypass the GFW If you’re living in China this app will help you bypass the Great Firewall and access all your favorite sites.
  • Create a Wireless Access Point for All Your Devices This app turns your phone or tablet into a wireless router; connect your devices and get the same ability to bypass the firewall on all connected devices.
  • Control Who Can Access Your Network You can block or permit different users from accessing your wireless network, just like you can with a traditional router.

Cons

  • Won’t Work Without Root You’ll need a rooted Android device to use this app.