Export Config HTTP Injector

HTTP Injector is a powerful Android application that allows users to set custom HTTP header and access blocked websites. However, it can be tedious to set up the app every time you change your device or want to share your configuration with others. That’s where exporting the config comes in handy. In this article, we will guide you on how to export your HTTP Injector configuration.

Step 1: Launch HTTP Injector

The first step is to launch the HTTP Injector app on your Android device. If you haven’t installed the app yet, you can download it from the Google Play Store.

Step 2: Open Configurations

Once you are inside the app, click on the three horizontal lines located at the top left corner of the screen. Then, select “Configurations” from the menu.

Step 3: Select Configuration

You will see a list of configurations that you have created. Select the one that you want to export by clicking on it.

Step 4: Export Configuration

After selecting the configuration, click on the three dots located at the top right corner of the screen. Then, select “Export Config” from the menu.

Step 5: Save Configuration

You will be prompted to save the configuration file. Choose a location on your device where you want to save the file and give it a name. Make sure to add the “.ehi” extension at the end of the filename.

Step 6: Share Configuration

Once you have saved the configuration file, you can share it with your friends or use it to set up HTTP Injector on another device. You can share the file via email, Bluetooth, or any other file-sharing app.

Step 7: Import Configuration

To import the configuration on another device, you need to have HTTP Injector installed. Open the app and go to “Configurations.” Then, click on the three dots and select “Import Config.” Browse for the configuration file that you saved earlier and select it. The configuration will be imported to the app.

Step 8: Test Configuration

After importing the configuration, you should test it to ensure that it works. You can do this by connecting to the internet and launching any app that requires internet access. If the app works, then the configuration is working properly.


Exporting your HTTP Injector configuration is a quick and easy way to share your settings with others or set up the app on another device. With these simple steps, you can export your configuration and import it to another device in no time. Remember to always test your configuration after importing it to ensure that it works properly. Happy surfing!