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I have problem in accessing internet on my dolphin browser it shows dns failure so whats the basic solution that i can use reply soon.....

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You could always try reverting to a static ip, or if the phone allows it, just change the dns,
A reliable one for me is on opendns and it is
208.67.222.222 and the secondary is 208.67.200.200

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Making Sure You Have Correct IP Information 1. Make sure you have the correct IP scheme for your network. This would include the:
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