🔥 Telegram Proxy How To Guide [2022 Telegram Proxies]
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Publishing Date: January 20, 2022

How To Use Proxies With Telegram

Focusing on speed and security, Telegram is a messaging app that’s fit for everyone that wants a fast and reliable way to communicate. It has over 500 million monthly users and you can create a group with 200,000 people in it. The platform has a lot of available features, such as providing support for all your devices, which you can seamlessly sync together and; a 2 GB allocation for each of those devices to give you the best messaging experience possible.

Telegram highly values your privacy and security and this platform benefit is highlighted exceptionally well. They also have a multiple data center infrastructure for encryption to send secure, high speed messages. Not only are your messages encrypted, it could also self-destruct if a breach does occur. A great way to add another layer of security would be having a vpn or installing a proxy server.

There is an exclusive Telegram application for each of your devices with slight variations on ways to change Telegram’s proxy settings. Fortunately, it’s still pretty simple to do that. There are 2-3 proxies for Telegram you can use: SOCKS5 proxy, HTTP proxy, or MTProto proxy. You can choose to change which Telegram proxy you want to use or, you can just adopt your system’s proxy settings which is it’s default setting. There is also a universal Telegram desktop app for all of Windows, Linux, and MacOS and we suggest using that application because that is what we’ll be showing here.

Let’s set it up.

How To Create Proxy For Telegram

For Windows, Linux, and MacOS Step 1. Open Telegram and click on the three vertical lines at the top left of it.

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Step 2. On Telegram’s menu, select Settings.

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Step 3. On the pop-up window, click on Advanced.

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Step 4. On the advanced settings, click on Connection Type.

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Step 5. You can either select Use Custom Proxy or Add Proxy.

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You are now given the option to use which Telegram proxy you want to use.

This should then redirect you to your system’s proxy settings. Below is a detailed description of how to configure it.

If you select a SOCKS5 or HTTP proxy (their processes are the same), then:

  1. Enter your** Hostname** or IP address, and it’s Port number.
  2. If your network administrator or service provider states that you should enter your login credentials here, input it here.
  3. Click Save if you’re finished.

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If you chose a MTProto proxy, then:

  1. Enter your Hostname or IP address, and it’s Port number.
  2. Input your Secret credentials.
  3. Click Save if you’re finished.

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Congratulations! You have now finished your configuration for your Telegram proxy server on your computer. A reminder that your Telegram proxy is online when it says connected at the bottom of it.

For Android

Step 1. Open Telegram and click on the three vertical lines at the top left of it.

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Step 2. On it’s menu, select Settings.

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Step 3. Select Data and Storage

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Step 4. Scroll down until you see Proxy and then click on Proxy Settings.

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Step 5. You can either turn on Use Proxy or click on Add Proxy.

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Note: Don’t forget to turn on Use proxy for calls

You are now given the option to use which Telegram proxy you want to use. And, unlike the computer version, you only have SOCKS5 proxy and MTProto proxy to choose from.

If you chose SOCKS5 proxy, then:

  1. Enter your Hostname or IP address.
  2. Input your Port number.
  3. Enter your Login Credentials.
  4. Click the checkmark to save.

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If you selected MTProto Proxy, then:

  1. Enter your Hostname or IP address.
  2. Input your Port number.
  3. Enter your Secret Credentials.
  4. Click the checkmark to save.

mtProtoConfigAndroid.png

Congratulations! You have now finished your configuration for your Telegram proxy server on your Android Device. A reminder that your Telegram proxy is online when it says connected at the bottom of it.

For iPhone/iPad

Step 1. Open the Telegram app and click on Settings

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Step 2. Select Data and Storage and then scroll down until you find Proxy.

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Step 3. On the pop-up window, you can either turn on Use Proxy or click on Add Proxy.

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You are now given the option to use which type of proxy you want to use. You only have SOCKS5 proxy and MTProto proxy to choose from, just like Android.

If you chose SOCKS5 proxy, then:

  1. Enter your Hostname or IP address.
  2. If your network administrator or service provider states that you should enter your login credentials here, input it here.
  3. Click Done if you’re finished.

socks5TelegramAndroidProxy.jpg

If you selected MTProto Proxy, then:

  1. Enter your Hostname or IP address, and it’s Port number.
  2. Enter your Secret Credentials.
  3. Click Done to save.

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Congratulations! You have now finished your configuration for your Telegram proxy server on your IOS Device. A reminder that your Telegram proxy is online when it says connected at the bottom of it.