My Remote Devices (iOS/Android) could not connect to Proxyman?
- You're able to see the traffic on your Mac machine but your iOS or Android Devices could not access the Internet after changing the Proxy Config in the Wifi Setting.
- Couldn't access to Proxyman local server http://proxy.man/ssl for installing the Proxyman Certificate
Please make sure to double-check the following steps:
Some reports from Proxyman's users, that Proxyman and Charles Proxy could not capture any traffic from iOS 16 devices/simulator, even though they config the HTTP Proxy.
It's a bug from iOS, we have to wait for the Apple team to fix it.
- Forget the network and try to connect again.
- Use iOS 15 devices
If they're on a different network, they are unable to connect to each other.
By default, VPN will navigate all traffic go through the VPN server instead of the Proxyman Proxy server (at 9090). Therefore, there are no requests that appear on the Proxyman app.
Turn OFF all VPN apps will fix it:
- For iOS Devices: Navigate to Setting -> General -> VPN and make sure the VPN status is OFF
- For Android Device: Find the VPN setting on the Setting app and turn it OFF
- For macOS: Quit all VPN apps
By default, a Firewall might block all incoming traffic to your mac. Thus, your remote devices might not be able to connect to Proxyman.
On macOS: Navigate to System Preference -> Security & Privacy -> Firewall tab -> Option
- Block All incoming connections is OFF
- Proxyman app is allowed incoming connection
- If there is no Proxyman app, please add the Proxyman app by clicking on + button
- Automatically allow built-in software to receive incoming connection is ON
- Automatically allowing downloaded signed software to receive incoming connections is ON
Firewall setting on macOS
Windows 10/11 might block Proxyman, and iPhone/Android devices could not connect to the app. To fix it:
- 1.Search and open the "Windows Defender Firewall" app -> Click the "Advanced Setting" on the left panel
- 2.Select "Inbound Rules"
- 3.Find Proxyman.exe -> Double-click to open the setting
- 4.Select "Allow the Connection" in the General Tab
- 5.Click OK
Allow Proxyman on Windows Firewall
Some companies block certain ports by default. Therefore, your iOS devices couldn't access to Proxyman's port at 9090.
If you follow all the above steps and all configuration is correct but it hasn't resolved your cases yet.
Please try to ON/OFF your Wifi, Forget the Wifi Network (iOS) and Restart the Computer.
Manual Override the HTTP Proxy, install and trust Proxyman on iOS devices is hard. We understand that. Let's try Atlantis, which is an iOS framework that helps you do it automatically.
- Double-check the Wifi Connection in the Emulator. It must be Connected Status (not Limited Connection or No Internet)
If it happens, please try to forget the network and re-connect the Wifi.
From Android Emulator API 30+, it requires extra steps to trust the Proxyman Certificate
- Open http://proxy.man/ssl from Google Chrome to download the certificate
- Setting app -> Security -> Encryption & Credentials -> Install a Certificate -> CA Certificate -> Install Anyway and Select CA Proxyman Certificate in your storage
You can verify that by opening Trusted Credentials -> User Tab
Trust the Certificate
It probably dues to the Android devices/emulators, the only way might fix it is to change the DNS from your Mac or Android Device to 220.127.116.11
- On macOS: Open System Preference -> Network -> Select Wifi -> Advanced -> Select DNS Tab -> Enter 18.104.22.168 on DNS Server Table
- On Android Device: Open Wifi Setting -> Set DNS as 22.214.171.124
If you attempt to override Android Emulator and get the following error:
adb command line could not be found!!!
Please install the
adbcommand line then try again!