Since we’ve covered the tutorial on how to create an ehi file (HTTP Injector) file for the MTN 50MB tweak, I’ve decided to let the cat out of the bag on how to create Spark VPN and KPNTunnel Revolution VPN configuration files for the MTN 50MB daily free browsing.
The tweak is now useless to some individuals, yet, some people still consider it just for their own personal interest. That being said, let’s quickly take a look at how to create Spark VPN & KPNTunnel Revolution VPN configuration files for the MTN 50MB daily free browsing.
How to create a Spark VPN configuration file for the MTN 50MB daily free browsing
- Launch your HTTP Injector app, copy the payload that has already been generated from the HTTP Injector app. Just in case, this is what the payload looks like in actual sense – CONNECT [host_port] [protocol][crlf]Host: mtn1app.mtn.com[crlf]X-Online-Host: mtn1app.mtn.com[crlf]Connection: Keep-Alive[crlf]User-Agent: [ua][crlf][crlf]. The copy and paste feature has been disabled on this blog for security reasons, but you can use the Opera Mini app to view this article, then copy the payload.
- Now, onto the next step, kindly launch your Spark VPN file and paste the payload there.
- After that, look under the payload generator, you should see something like this – host:port@user:pass. Just type in – 10.199.212.2:8080 there. Then for your port, type in 8080.
- It’s time for the SSH account, I’m sure that it will be a piece of cake for you to create more than one SSH accounts, do that, then turn on your data connection and connect.
It should connect within 5-10 seconds depending on the connectivity strength of your SSH account and network. If you are not satisfied with learning just how to create config files for Spark VPN, you can as well learn how to create one for KPNTunnel Revolution VPN.
How to create a KPNTunnel Revolution VPN configuration file for the MTN 50MB daily free browsing
- Launch your KPNTunnel Revolution app and paste the payload copied from HTTP Injector just as we did for the Spark VPN. There is no need to be creating another payload because HTTP Injector has already made it easy for us.
- Under the Remote Server, type in 10.199.212.2:8080.
- Set the Proxy Type as HTTP Proxy and Local Port as 8080.
- Look towards the top-corner of the app and tap on the three horizontal lines at the top, then tap the SSH Tunnel to open another tab. Use that to fill in your already created SSH account and then, head back to the app’s main page and connect.
It’s the same as that of Spark VPN, it should connect within 5-10 seconds just depending on the connectivity strength of your SSH account and network. If you are still confused about the whole Payload generator stuff from HTTP Injector, read this article – Tutorial on how to create an ehi file (HTTP Injector) for the MTN 50MB tweak.
Also, if you don’t like stressing yourself, download an open config file for KPNTunnel Revolution VPN from this link. Don’t remember to share with your friends and family members, and don’t forget to leave a comment in order for us to know if it worked for you or you are still finding it a little bit difficult in understanding the aricle. Lastly, please don’t use this means to start selling config files for outrageous amount, just have it in mind that it was shared to the public for free, ehich means that you didn’t pay a dime.