Free Browsing Smart Bro Using Tor Vidalia

In a few steps you can use free internet with your Smart Bro USB Modem and using Vidalia Tor networks. It happen to all Smart Bro users  that the internet connection is sometimes very slow, or disconnected to the internet. To use free internet with smart bro you need a USB modem and a Smart Buddy or Smart talk ‘n text sim card with a load lesser than 10 pesos, connect your modem to your computer or laptop and create a new connection…

  • Give your new connection a name.
  • number *99#.
  • apn: internet instead of smartbro.

 

 


For newer versions of Smart Bro you can change it in the folder of Smart Bro…

  • Go to the Smart Bro folder, normally it’s located on your c-drive .
  • Search in the folder for NetConfig.
  • Right mouse click on it and open with notepad.
  • Change APN=smartbro into APN=internet, because everybody is already using APN smartbro.
  • Restart Smart Bro (better to unplug your modem too)

It could be happened that you still can’t connect, you can try this…

  • Sent ROAM ON to 333.
  • You will receive a message regarding insufficient balance.
  • Sent ROAM OFF to 333.
  • Close your Smart Bro and unplug it.
  • Wait a few minutes .
  • Plug your modem in your computer or laptop.
  • Now it’s connected, if not try it again.

Use TOR Vidalia

Download Tor on the website, choose first your operating system. There are many bundles, Vidalia Bundle is enough.Here is more in info about Browse with Vidalia Tor Bundle. Install the software and run it by clicking on Start Tor Browser.

  • Once Vidalia is opened it’s looking for a Tor network and can’t find it, that’s normal because you have to set the server.
  • Go to Setup Relaying.
  • Select Network.
  • Select I use a proxy to access the internet.
  • Fill in the fields Address 10.102.61.46 and Port 8080
  • Select beside Type HTTP/HTTPS
  • Click on OK and exit Vidalia
  • Restart Vidalia and wait until you’re connected to the Tor network.

Settings for Firefox

  • Open Firefox.
  • Select Tools –> Options, a new window will open.
  • Go to General –> Connection Settings.
  • Select Manual Proxy configuration.
  • Fill in the fields HTTP 127.0.0.1 and in the Port field 8118
  • Select Use this Proxy server for all protocols.
  • Click on Ok and restart Firefox.

Settings for Google Chrome

  • Start Google Chrome
  • go to Options, a new  Tab will open.
  • Go to Advanced Options and scroll down to Network and select Change Proxy Settings.
  • Select the connections tab
  • click on LAN Settings.
  • below the proxy server select Use a proxy server for LAN.
  • Fill in the field address 127.0.0.1 and in the Port field 8118
  • Click advanced and check if the box Use the same proxy server for all protocols is selected.
  • Click OK and again OK and restart the Browser.

Settings for Internet Explorer

  • Start Internet Explorer
  • go to Tools and then Internet Options.
  • Go to Advanced Options and scroll down to Network and select Change Proxy Settings.
  • Select the connections tab
  • click on LAN Settings.
  • below the proxy server select Use a proxy server for LAN.
  • Fill in the field address 127.0.0.1 and in the Port field 8118
  • Click advanced and check if the box Use the same proxy server for all protocols is selected.
  • Click Ok and again OK and restart the Browser.

 

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