GhostPROXY

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About GhostPROXY

Installation

Getting login information from the client area

1. Login to your Client area.

2. Click "Services" => "My Services".

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3. Click your product name in "product/service".

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4. Click "Generate Configuration url" Step (1) in the below picture.

NOTE: If you are using a Mobile device and cant see "Generate Configuration url". Look for "Actions" and you will see a small down arrow to the right of the word "Actions" click that to expand "Actions" and you will see "Generate Configuration url".

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5. Copy the Configuration URL Step (2) in the above picture.

Installing the Downloader app from the Google Playstore

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1. In the Google playstore search for "downloader" and install it.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.esaba.downloader&hl=en_US&gl=US

Installing GhostPROXY on Android TV devices Bifrostv (Recommended)

In Norse mythology, Bifröst is a burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard and Asgard, the realm of the gods.

1. Open the Google playstore on your Android TV device and search for "Bifrostv".

If the Bifrostv app is not available in your store you can manually download the link by clicking here [1] or enter the following in your browser or downloader app https://ghostproxy.co.za/downloads/bifrostv.apk (Note the url is case sensitive).

Note; If you installed the app from the download link you will be required to allow 3rd party apps. Please see the section "How to enable APK installs on your Android device" for instructions on allowing 3rd party installs.

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2. Open the Bifrostv app.

Note if you installed the app from the download link its probably not 100% compatible with your device. Don't worry it works just fine. You will need to open the app a different way. On your Android TV box open "Settings" => "Apps" => "See all apps" then scroll down till you find "Bifrostv" and open the app that way.

3. Once Bifrostv has been opened click the + sign at the top to add a new profile.

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4. Click import.

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5. Click import from file

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6. Add you configuration utl that you got from your client area and click ok.

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7. Your configuration will now import. Click the 3 dots and then click edit so we can edit the configuration.

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8. Click apps mode.

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9. Ensure the toggle switch is set to on to the right of enable.

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10. Scroll down and set the toggle switch on for the apps that will be using Bifrostv.

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11. make sure apps mode is one and then click the tick in the top right hand corner to save.

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12. Click the 3 lines in the top left hand corner.

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13. Turn auto connect on.

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14. Click your configuration to select it. You will see the little bar to the right of the name turn green. The click the round button in the bottom right. You will notice when its off it has a line through it.

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15. You will notice the status of the button changes and the line disappears. Note this can take a little bit of time while it finds the best server for your location. You can now close the window and proceed with streaming.

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Manually Installing GhostPROXY on Android TV devices V2Ray

1. Open the Google playstore on your Android TV device and search for "v2ray". If the v2ray app is not available in your store you can manually download the link by clicking here [2] or enter the following in your browser or downloader app https://bit.ly/31Fzx0j (Note the url is case sensitive).

Note; If you installed the app from the download link you will be required to allow 3rd party apps

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2. Open the Kitsunebi app.

Note if you installed the app from the download link its probably not 100% compatible with your device. Don't worry it works just fine. You will need to open the app a different way. On your Android TV box open "Settings" => "Apps" => "See all apps" then scroll down till you find "v2ray" and open the app that way.

3. Click the + sign

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4. Click "Type manually[Vmess]"

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5. You will now need you get your configuration from the client area. Please see the section "Getting login information from the client area" above for steps. Look for the UUID etc. Example is below

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6. Proceed with filling in the information. Your configuration should look exactly the same as below except for the UUID and the server. You can choose anyone of the servers below i.e "server5.ghostproxy.co.za"

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7. Click the tick in the top right to save once you are done.

8. Click the 3 lines in the top right corner and choose settings.

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9. Click Settings

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10. Click per app proxy and make sure the check box is selected.

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11. Scroll down and check the apps that the proxy should use.

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12. Go back to the main menu and click the round icon in the bottom right to start the proxy. Make sure the profile is selected. You should see a green bar on the far right.

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Installing GhostPROXY on Android TV devices Kitsunebi

1. Open the Google playstore on your Android TV device and search for "Kitsunebi". If the Kitsunebi app is not available in your store you can manually download the link by clicking here [3] or enter the following in your browser or downloader app https://ghostproxy.co.za/downloads/kitsunebi.apk (Note the url is case sensitive).

Note; If you installed the app from the download link you will be required to allow 3rd party apps

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2. Open the Kitsunebi app.

Note if you installed the app from the download link its probably not 100% compatible with your device. Don't worry it works just fine. You will need to open the app a different way. On your Android TV box open "Settings" => "Apps" => "See all apps" then scroll down till you find "Kitsunebi" and open the app that way.

3. Click the + sign

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4. Click "Add Config"

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4. Click " From url"

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5. Add the url you got from the client area.

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6. You will see your configuration has now been added.

7. Let's now configure auto start and apps that will Kitsunebi.

8. In the main menu click "Settings".

9. Now we will configure the apps we want to use the GhostPROXY service. Click "Per app vpn".

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10. Make sure "Enable Per App-VPN" is set to on. "Per App Mode" is set to "Current Allowed List". Click "Allowed List".

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11. Next select the iptv apps you want to use GhostPROXY. The blue toggle button on the right should be "Blue" meaning it on and will use the service.

NOTE: Netflix and similar services block VPN's so GhostPROXY will not work with those services.

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12. Navigate back to the "Settings" menu and click "Auto Start"

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13. Select "Recover on Boot"

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14. Navigate back to the main screen. Select the profile you imported and you will see it change colour. NOTE: I was using Android TV and was unable to click and activate the profile. I plugged in a mouse and was then able to click and enable the profile. Next in the bottom right corner click the round play button to start Kitsunebi. You will see the sign change to a pause button and you will see a notification at the bottom saying started. That's is you are done and can start streaming in a throttle free environment now.

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Installing GhostPROXY on Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick Bifrostv

Before installing BifrostV we need to install Downloader and then Mouse Toggle. The reason for this problem is because most Android apps aren’t developed for the television. They are meant to be used on a phone or tablet where the user is using their finger to navigate instead of a remote.

Step 1 – Turn on Apps from Unknown Sources

Step 2 – Enable ADB Debugging

Step 3 – Install Downloader

Step 4 – Enable JavaScript within Download Settings tab

Step 5 – Type in the following shortcut to download Mouse Toggle depending on what Fire TV device you are using – some Fire TV devices require Mouse Toggle 1.06 to work properly.

Mouse Toggle 1.11 for Fire TV 1, Fire TV 2, Fire TV Stick 1, Fire TV Stick 2, Fire TV Cube: troypoint.com/mouse

Mouse Toggle 1.06 for Fire TV 3, Fire TV Edition: troypoint.com/mouse106

Step 6 – Install Mouse Toggle when prompted

Important Note: The Fire TV 3rd Generation and the Fire TV Cube has a bug that affects the mouse position unless the display settings are set to 1080p 50Hz. This issue also occurs with a real hardware mouse. So a temporary workaround until this is resolved is to adjust the display settings via the Fire TV settings (Settings – Display & Sounds – Display – Resolution – 1080p 50Hz).

We will now proceed with installing BifrostV

1. Enter the following in the Downloader app https://bit.ly/2sF1KXO or click here [4] that you installed using the above Video. (Note the url is case sensitive).

2. Open the Bifrostv app.

If you don't see Bifrost in your apps you can open it manually. Open Settings from the top menu. Navigate to Applications > Managed Installed Applications > Scroll down and find Bifrost and then click it > Click, launch Application.

3. Once Bifrostv has been opened click the + sign at the top to add a new profile.

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4. Click import.

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5. Click import from file

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6. Add you configuration utl that you got from your client area and click ok.

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7. Your configuration will now import. Click the 3 dots and then click edit so we can edit the configuration.

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8. You will now need to use Mouse Click apps mode. To enable it double click the play button on your Fire Remote. You will now see a mouse pointer on your screen. You need to enable "Apps Mode" by moveing the mouse pointer over the toggle switch and turning it on.

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9. Ensure the toggle switch is set to on to the right of enable.

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10. Scroll down with the Mouse App and set the toggle switch on for the apps that will be using Bifrostv.

You can now turn the Mouse App off and use The Fire Remote if you want.

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11. make sure apps mode is one and then click the tick in the top right hand corner to save.

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12. Click the 3 lines in the top left hand corner.

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13. Turn auto connect on. This Will Auto start GhostProxy for the Apps you selected.

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14. You Need to Turn the Mouse App back on here. Click your configuration to select it. You will see the little bar to the right of the name turn green. The click the round button in the bottom right. You will notice when its off it has a line through it. You can turn the Mouse App off once this is done.

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15. You will notice the status of the button changes and the line disappears. Note this can take a little bit of time while it finds the best server for your location. You can now close the window and proceed with streaming.

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How to enable APK installs on your Android device

Important: Some versions of Android may not allow APK installs. If you are trying to install one of the 3rd party apps and APK installs are not allowed, Please see instructions for allowing 3rd party installs below.

This guide will show you how to configure your Android device (running Android 4.1 or later) so you can download apps that are not available in the Google Play Store.

For Android 8 and above

On most Android devices:

- Go to your phone’s Settings

- Go to Security & privacy > More settings

- Tap on Install apps from external sources

- Select the browser you want to download APK files from

- Toggle Allow app installs ON

On Samsung devices:

- Go to your phone’s Settings

- Go to Biometrics and security > Install unknown apps

- Select the browser you want to download APK files from

- Toggle Allow app installs ON

For versions earlier than Android 8

- Go to your phone’s Settings

- Tap on Security

- Under Device administration, toggle Unknown sources ON