Under the ‘Advanced’ section, find the ‘Geolocation’ setting and click on it. You’ll see a list of countries that Chrome will allow you to choose from. Select your desired country from the drop-down menu and then exit out ofSettings. Your location should now be updated in Chrome!
1. First, open the Settings app on your Android device. Scroll down and tap on “Accounts.”
2. Next, under “Manage accounts,” select your Google account (the one associated with your Play Store).
3. On the next screen, tap on “Country and profiles.”
4. Under “Country,” select the country you want to change to from the drop-down menu. For example, if you want to access apps that are only available in the United States, choose “United States.” Keep in mind that changing your country will also change your current Google Play balance to zero.
5. Once you’ve made your selection, scroll down and tap on “Continue.” You may be asked to enter a form of payment for use in the new country – this is required in order to make purchases from the Play Store. If you don’t have a credit or debit card registered with a billing address in the new country, you can try using a gift card instead.
6. After adding or confirming your payment method, tap on “Confirm” to complete the process of changing your Google Play Store country/region.
And that’s it! You should now be able to access apps that were previously unavailable in your area.
1. Log into your router’s admin panel. This is usually done by typing in the IP address of your router into your web browser’s address bar. If you don’t know what your router’s IP address is, you can usually find it printed on the bottom or back of your router.
2. Once you’re logged in, look for a section that says “Country” or something similar. It might be under a “Settings” or “Advanced” tab.
3. Select the country that you want to use from the drop-down menu and then save your changes.
That’s all there is to it! Once you’ve changed the country on your router, all of the devices that are connected to it will automatically use that country’s internet settings. So if you want to browse websites in a different country or access geo-blocked content, this is how you do it!
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