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  1. Good day. Installed latest (1.1.36) TorGuard Android VPN client. I like it, works fine so far. However, UDP is not working correctly when going thru the cellular interface (works fine via WIFI.) I can connect fine, and the client is able to verify it's external IP address, but when I try to browse to a website, nada - the browser appears to connect (the progress bar advances a little) but then nothing else happens, and the browser eventually reports an error (Google Chrome says I'm disconnected.) Works fine if I use TCP instead. Found someone on Stack Exchange with a similar issue and someone replied it was possibly related to MTU - with UDP if the packet is too big it's just dropped, whereas with TCP it's resent in smaller units.I can get to /sys/class/net/rmnetN (there are 8 rmnet's) and some have an MTU of 1500 and some 1430 - This looks pretty normal. I don't know how to open a shell, so unless I install one, I can't use ping to test packet sizes + the phone is not rooted so I can't edit the MTU values for the devices anyway. Is there anything I can do to make UDP work? Regards,
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