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Play League of Legends through YF

Do you have a problem playing League of Legends, because of blocked ports? We have a solution for you. It’s easy and it’s 100% working.  It only requires ProxyCap (see "Proxy Helpers") and Your Freedom.

(Since today I’ve had no problems with Riot about connecting to the game this way.)


First of all, download the Your Freedom client from the Download section of this web site. Set up an account on this web site and use it in the configuration of the client.

Then get ProxyCap (see "Proxy Helpers" on the left; other helpers may work as well but we haven't tried), install it and restart your computer.

Now open ProxyCap, open the Proxies tab and click on "New Proxy Server", configure it as shown below, then click OK:


Your Proxies tab should now look like this:


After this you need to tunnel the actual League of Legends executables. Select "Rules" in Proxycap, then click on New Routing Rule.

From "Application" select the "Specify" option, after that, search for your League of Legends folder and select "lol.launcher.exe". Also, the UDP option needs to be checked. This is how it should look like:


Next you need to do the same for "rads_user_kernel.exe", which is found in your "...League of Legends\rads\system" folder. Just do the same as above, just the file name is different.

There are 4 more executables that need to be tunneled. These are the paths you'll find them at:

  • "League of Legends\rads\solutions\lol_game_client_sln\releases\0.0.0.XX\deploy" > League of Legends.exe
  • "League of Legends\rads\projects\lol_air_client\releases\0.0.0.XXX\deploy" > LolClient.exe
  • "League of Legends\rads\projects\lol_game_client\releases\0.0.0.XX\deploy" > League of Legends.exe
  • "League of Legends\rads\projects\lol_launcher\releases\0.0.0.XX\deploy" > LoLLauncher.exe

Versions change with each patch, that's why I used "XX".

When you've finished, your ProxyCap should look like this:


You need to remember that after every patch/update made by Riot, some of the executables you tunneled might get deleted and will no longer appear in ProxyCap, since they are now in a different folder with a different version number. If this happens, you need to re-tunnel those executables in ProxyCap.


And that's all! You only need to enable ProxyCap and start the Your Freedom connection, and you are ready to go.

If you have any problems you may contact one of the contributors to this page,, or post in the forums.


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