If you are using one of the the new versions Android market 3.X app which has been recently updated to Version 3.3.11 then you might have noticed that it takes quite a bit of time get loaded when your connected over WiFi network. You would also surprise to know that it takes less time to get loaded while using Cellular data network.
One of he main reason which could have cause this problem is long and lengthy Android Market address “v11.lscache3.c.android.clients.google.com” which probably won’t be cached on your ISP server. It means, every time you query or open the Android market, lookup has to go all the way up to the source, then all the way back down.
Thanks to one of the member of XDA Developers community named temasek who come up with a solution in form of an App called Set DNS which allows you to change your DNS as per your choice from a list. In order to make it more user friendly, app also includes a widget.
From Android Market:
SetDNS is the easiest way to force your rooted phone to use custom nameservers on WiFi AND 3G/mobile networks.
I’ve also had some feedback that the app is getting root access more frequently than before. This appears to be a bug in the logic where it decides whether to apply the settings.
I’ll get a fix in the next version.
If you install this on a non-rooted phone, please understand that some people are reporting in the market that it breaks their WiFi.
Includes widgets that will show the current DNS state and if you have DNS Pro installed, will allow nameserver changes by clicking the appropriate widget.
So if want to getrid of this slow loading of newly launched Android Market app then download Set DNS now from here free of cost.
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