I removed this app and 3 others I was trying to install a game but tmobile/ android google smartphone will not let me, so I said forget the game and tried to put the same apps back in my phone that I took out, that include this connection app since the app game I never installed. My smartphone keep saying no device space when the space is there for the apps I removed earlier. It's a lie my smartphone is setup like this. T- mobile supervisor Anthony have issues with his tmobile clients and will mess with customers jobs if he could
A Must Have Tool Extremely useful, identifies and monitors all (system, user and malware) apps that attempt to (or successfully) establish one or more internet connections. Especially good for identifying the culprit (apps and/or malware) that are heavy on internet usage.
Don't quite understand what I'm looking at or for. But this has the highest ratings and I believe someone's logged into my Wi-Fi at home aft mangy phone lagged at home and battery drains faster than I can charge it and it's a brand new lg g3. And apps have disappear from app drawer but play store says they are installed. One is a very very good lock screen I need to find in my phone and reactivate it.
Resolves IPs in the app but doesn't export them with the IPs in the CSV file. That killed it for me. Thought I found the exact app I was looking for, but it ended up just being a refund.
Im assuming its good. Ill rate it again after I use it a little bjt Well its hard to realy rate some thing if you dont no mutch about it
A very useful network monitoring tool This app shows connections (in established and closed wait state) along with the send/receive counters. I have not used the life capture function yet but it could be a powerful tool in some cases. Highly recommended.
Helps you set 4G or LTE only, when your OEM software does not have that option