If you’ve got a Chromebook running Chrome OS, you may be wondering how to install an Internet-of-Things (IoT) proxy to let you access your data.
For many people, Chrome OS’ default Internet-facing proxy, which is Chrome Web Store, will not let you use it.
But for some users, ChromeOS’ default proxy is a Chrome extension, and that extension is a great way to install and manage an online service.
How to Install a Chrome Proxy to Access your Data This article will walk you through installing a Chrome web extension that lets you access and manage your Chrome OS service from your Chromebook.
For this article, we’ll be using the Chrome proxy extension on the Pixel 2 XL Chromebook, which has a 1080p display and a 1GHz quad-core CPU.
In order to use the Chrome extension on your Chromebook, we need to install the Chrome browser extension from Google Play.
If you’re using Chrome OS 12.0 and up, you can install the extension from Chrome’s Extensions page, which also includes the Chrome Web store.
Install the Chrome Chrome extension in ChromeOS Settings: On your Chromebook screen, click Settings > Extensions > Extensions.
You’ll see a list of extensions.
Select the Chrome web store extension.
Click the Install button next to it.
Chrome will download the Chrome client extension, which you’ll need to open to install.
Chrome Chrome will install the chrome extension automatically when you open it in Chrome’s browser.
Open the Chrome Proxy extension in the Chrome Browser: Open the chrome browser.
Tap the extensions tab.
On the extensions page, click the Extensions tab again.
Tap Chrome Proxy.
Choose the Chrome Extension to open.
On your Chrome Chrome browser, navigate to the extension folder that was created earlier.
Scroll down to the Extensions page.
Click Add and select the Chrome application.
Type in the URL of the Chrome service.
Chrome should now show an icon that says “Download Now.”
Chrome will launch the Chrome app and launch the extension.
Open Chrome Proxy from the Chrome Launcher: Open Chrome Launcher.
Tap Menu, then Settings.
In the left pane, tap Extensions.
Under the Extensions section, tap Chrome Proxy and then click Install.
When Chrome launches, it will install and configure Chrome proxy.
The Chrome extension will launch, and you can browse to your data with Chrome.
Open your Chrome browser to the Internet on your Pixel 2 Chromebook: Open your Chromebook Chrome browser.
When you’re on the Internet, tap the Chrome icon in the top-right corner of the screen.
Under Network, tap Networking.
Select Wi-Fi and click the Wi-FI network that you’ve set up for your Chromebook with your Google account.
The Wi-fi network settings should be visible.
Tap Open and select a Wi-FET network for your Wi-Tech device.
In addition to the Wi of your device, you should also choose the WLAN, if it exists.
If your WiFET device doesn’t have a Wi of, you’ll also need to choose a Network to connect to.
Tap Advanced and select Advanced WLAN settings.
On this page, you’re also going to need to change your Wi network’s access rules.
To change the access rules, open Chrome.
Tap Access rules.
Select a different access point for the WiFETS network.
Open a browser window that displays a Chrome toolbar.
Tap Tools > Chrome Proxy, and select Open.
The browser will open a browser that looks like this.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and tap the Settings icon.
The settings will be grayed out.
Tap Save changes.
The new access rules will be applied.
Chrome’s Chrome extension is now installed.
Open up Chrome and visit the Chrome Settings page.
Scroll through the list of Chrome extension options.
At the top of the list, tap Services.
On a Chrome Chrome, open the Chrome Extensions section.
At this point, you will see a new menu.
Tap Add a Chrome app to the Chrome launcher.
Type the name of the extension in.
The extension should launch.
Open Up a Chromebook and Access Your Data: On a Chromebook, tap your Chromebook’s touchpad.
Tap on the menu bar to expand the menu.
Scroll all the way down to Chrome Extensions.
Tap this extension and tap Open.
In Chrome’s popup, you might see a little bar at the top right of the browser.
Select that bar and tap Add a new Chrome app.
At that point, a popup will appear.
Select an existing Chrome app, and click Install and save the changes.
Chrome extensions are downloaded automatically when a Chrome browser opens in Chrome.
You can also manually install extensions manually by navigating to the extensions directory on your Chrome’s Chromebook and running the following command: cd /path/to/chrome-extensions In Chrome, go to Extensions and select Chrome Proxy .
Open the extension on Chrome, and then tap the extensions icon in Chrome OS’s toolbar.
Select Chrome Proxy (