Step 1: Download the Debian Linux version of TQ-Proxy from:

TQ-Proxy Linux (Debian) download 

Step 2: Open the TQ-Proxy deb file by double clicking on it.

Step 3: Click on Install.



Step 1: Click on the Show Applications button.

Step 2: Type TQProxy or find it in the Applications window and open the app.

Step 3 (optional): Change the theme and language to your desired preference.


Step 4 (optional): If you are experiencing connectivity issues, change the Proxy port number to a value between 1000 and 65535. Otherwise, you can leave the Proxy port as is.

Step 5: Paste the gateway information provided to you after you have subscribed to a service plan in the gateway field below.

Step 6: Click the Save button.

Step 7: Press the power button to connect to the proxy server; the button will turn blue and display “Connected” at the bottom when it has connected.

Step 8: Press the power button again to disconnect the proxy.

You may also use the TQ-Proxy icon on the top bar to connect & disconnect to the proxy, and you can also close the app from this icon.