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Dolphin proxy setup

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Written by Michael
Updated over a week ago

Dolphin is a popular anti-detect browser that helps avoid account blocks and bans. It extends the lifetime of your account, makes your connection more secure, and keeps the IP pool clean.

You may get the latest Dolphin browser version from the top "Download" button on the official page.

You can check our video tutorial on how to connect to proxies via Dolphin:

For a start, we need to open the Dolphin browser and hit the button "Proxies" on the left and "+" sign in the top right corner.

After that, you may enter your proxy data from the subscription. The easiest way for Login/pass authorization, will be copy-pasting Proxy Uri and adding the prefix "socks5://" at the very beginning.

The next step will be clicking on the button "ADD" in the top right corner. After, click on your newly created proxy, hit the "Check connection" button, and "Save".

The proxy setup window should look like this -

In order to Create the browser profile, you may hit the button "Browsers" in the top left corner and "+ Create Profile" at the top.

Name your browser profile and hit the "Saved proxies" button and select your proxy from the list. After you finished with the settings, click "+ Create" in the top right corner.

In order to enable your profile, hit the green button "Start" and the new browser window will popup.

In the case of IP address authorization, you just need to Whitelist your IP, add the same prefix at the very beginning "socks5://" and then enter "host:port" assigned to the corresponding filter in the IP Address section of your SOAX profile.

Congratulations, you're all set!

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