Downloading, extracting and using OpenVPN®(*.ovpn) config
I think this problem is related to the Android app in some way. I used this guide on a completely fresh Debian 10 minimal server install VM, but I have also followed the setup instructions manually using other guides and other operating systems. Any way I set things up, when I import the .ovpn file to the Android app I get: Alternatively, you can use a computer to download the ovpn_configs.zip file and unzip the servers configuration files. You can then email the server's .ovpn files to your Android device, or plug the Android device into your computer to move the files over. OpenVPN for Android. Description. With the new VPNService of Android API level 14+ (Ice Cream Sandwich) it is possible to create a VPN service that does not need root access. This project is a port of OpenVPN. Developing. If you want to develop on ics-openvpn please read the doc/README.txt before opening issues or emailing me. Transfer the config to the phone (copy the file directly, e-mail it to the device and use a mail client that can save attachments, grab it from a file share on the network, etc.) Open the OpenVPN App. Click “All your precious VPNs” Click Import (File folder icon in top right) Find the ovpn file saved above, click it. Click Select. Click the
Alternatively, you can use a computer to download the ovpn_configs.zip file and unzip the servers configuration files. You can then email the server's .ovpn files to your Android device, or plug the Android device into your computer to move the files over.
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vpn - generating client.ovpn file on android - Server Fault You have to write configuration files on your own. OpenVPN server administrator should provide client configuration file. Configuration file for client looks almost the same on Linux/Windows/Android/etc.. For client you have to generate "client certificate", not "CA certificate". A sample OpenVPN client configuration file in the unified Neither OpenVPN Connect on Android nor on iPhone does accept these lines: ca [inline] cert [inline] key [inline] tls-auth [inline] 1 To be able to import the file I had to remove those lines. For the tls-auth direction (here 1) you then need to add a line. key-direction 1. Thanks for the great starter point. ~josef