So you want to escape censorship using an Android?

Then click on Orweb to install it's partner web browser.
Got it.

Go back to the main screen and you should see the Guardian Project apps. Click on Orbot to install. Got it.

Enter: (don't forget the s!)
Done. Where are the apps?

Run the app and navigate over to Menu > Manage Repos > New Repository Cool. What do I enter?

There's an alternative app store. Install F-droid by entering into a mobile browser. Done. Next?

You're awesome! Type in any website to browse it anonymously. Play again?
· For more info, visit our site: The Guardian Project ·

Your configuration is wrong. Restart Orbot and try again using Orweb v2.

11. It pulls up to confirm we're surfing anonymously.
I see congrats. / I don't see congrats.

10. Press the globe icon to pull up the web browser that you downloaded. Opening Orweb v2!

9. Let's confirm that we can now avoid the censors. Ok, how?

Orbot turns green when it's connected to Tor.

Orbot becomes yellow as it's connecting...

Orbot starts grey.

8. Now we long press the power button to get started. Pressing!

Security is a two-way street. Make sure your friends are secure too.

Otherwise you can use cool apps that have a proxy feature,
like these ones, Twitter, and others.

If your phone is jailbroken/rooted then you can choose
to route all app traffic over Tor.

Is it really secure? We break it down.

We'll tell you about our project and onion routing via Tor.

6. Choose your language and get started. Let's go with English.

5. Open Orbot. Done.

4. Get our sister app, Orweb for anonymous web browsing.
Hey look, it's suggested!

3. Review the permissions. Then, maybe, accept them. OK, I trust you.

2. Search for Orbot. Got it.

1. Open the Google Play Store. Easy. Next?
It's blocked. Help!

Yes! How do I get a tool to surf freely and anonymously?