Fit to GSM, CDMA, UMTS phone. It is an app for check cell info,support field test and replay.
- Show the information about RSSI/ ECIO/ Distance/NB cell/ signal strength/RSRP/SINR of the cell you used
- Field test record and replay, support call test
- Offline map
- Record site location used recently (Not limit)
- Support database, load database cell on current screen
- Users can load own site locations in seven different layers
- Support save favor location, show distance of two point you clicked
- Support navigate and set alarm to searched cell
- Indoor test
- Wifi signal infomation
- PC assistant tools, used to look at field test data at google earth
- Ping website
Detail SignalSitemap User Guide and PC Tool download here:
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Any advices are welcomed, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, it is helpful to SignalSiteMap.
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- LTE RSRP in StatusBar [beta] - press Toggle StatusBar
- LTE RSRP/RSRQ/RSSNR/CQI [beta]
- Tracks Defined Base Station in Status Bar [HOT!]
- Logging CSV & KML Supported [HOT!]
- Send CSV & KML from App via E-mail
- Enable/Disalbe Base Station Tracker
- Status Bar RSSI Color (White or Green)
- Optimized View, All in "One Screen"
- Shows Cdma SID/NID
- Maps CDMA Base Station Location
1. Works only with Cdma2000 Type Phones. GSM/UMTS/LTE not supported.
2. Map Base Station only works if your tower tells you Lat/Long.
3. Open map and click on tag to show Latitude and Longitude in user friendly format.
4. Keep the App in the foreground and press ToggleScreenOn for active updates.
Coverage Mapper will record and submit cellular signal strength data to a central server, to generate accurate coverage maps for your provider.
Please check out the website (http://www.coveragemapper.com), preferably on a computer, to get a better understanding of the application before downloading it.
As you travel with the application running, it records your device's signal strength, tied to your current location. This data is all uploaded to a central server, where it is aggregated with the data from other users, and averaged into accurate coverage maps that show not just where a provider has coverage, but also how good the coverage is.
This is a beta application. Please report any issues on the forum or by email.
Since this question is frequently asked, install to SD is not an option, because Coverage Mapper runs as a background service, which cannot be moved to the SD card.
The application puts colored markers on a map after determining the exact location using GPS. Google Maps or OpenStreetMap can be displayed as a map.
Collected data can be exported as an image, KML or CSV file.
Xpedite FT displays all the real-time detailed network parameters including:
• Detailed serving system information with MNC, MCC, CID, etc.
• Full received signal measurements for active and neighbors
• Uplink power control parameters
• RACH parameters such as TX Max, RX Min, TX Pwr and Preambles
• Detailed information about packet scheduling such as: TBF state, TS allocation, CQI and BLER %
• Data throughput measurements
• Full Layer 3 and RRC signaling
All the parameters are displayed in fully customizable KPI pages with textual parameters and graphical views in bar and line charts.
Xpedite FT also has dedicated displays for real-time map view and service statistics.
You can install and test this application for free. Free version allows you to run the application for two minutes and does not have map and signaling views.
For the application to function properly you must have rooted device that has a Qualcomm chipset. Devices that are tested to work with this software include Motorola Moto G, Sony Xperia V, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE and Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.1. For complete list of supported devices check the list from www.x-tel.com.
If your device is not listed as supported devices, you can still download the free version and test if this works on your phone.
Note that this application is only for viewing the parameters in real-time. If you would like to get logging capability, then check out our full version of Xpedite in Play store.
Look at 2G / 3G coverage in two clicks and a little time!
App collects current cell parameters and draws pictures according to Google and Yandex.
WARNING! Only for GSM family devices (UMTS, HSDPA, ...)
★ GSM Field Test
★ GSM Signal Monitoring
[Works perfectly for CDMA technology. GSM may not always work.]
TRY LITE VERSION FIRST
IMPORTANT: NETWORK SIGNAL CANNOT BE BOOSTED, ONLY RECOVERED/REFRESHED.
THIS APP TRIES TO SET YOUR DEVICE WITH BEST POSSIBLE CONNECTION IN YOUR AREA BY REFRESHING THE SIGNAL CONNECTION. i.e. AFTER USING THIS APP, YOUR NETWORK SIGNAL CAN GET INCREASED IN STRENGTH (BY SETTING THE BEST NETWORK SIGNAL), OR STAY CONSTANT(IF THERE IS NO BETTER NETWORK SIGNAL).
NOTICE: THIS APP WON'T WORK ON DUAL SIM DEVICES.
Basically this app refreshes the signal certain number of times until a good signal is found. The signal setting is done by Android system itself when signal is forcefully refreshed by this app.
★ 1click Home screen Widget for network signal recovering without launching App.(New).
★ Recover lost Network Signal(4G/3G/2G) and WiFi in 1Click.
★ Refreshing of signal results in good Internet browsing and downloading speed.
★ Set best WiFi connection (Refreshes the connections available).
★ 4G connection over 3G connection (Android system).
★ Results show good call quality after refresh.
★ Recovers all lost WiFi connection , Data connection & Signal Strength together in one click.
★ Fastest recovery of signal, not more than a minute.
★ Auto Close after Refreshing network.
★ Notify last Refresh time.
★ No fake boosting offered, but refreshes/resets the signal and guarantees the best possible signal strength in that area. Know that the results are same as any other "Network Booster" apps.
★ Quicker recovery of signal than lite version. And No Ads.
So what does Network Signal Refresher do? How it helps you?
How can this app recover lost signal strength? When is this app handy?
If you are looking for a simple answer, Here it is: Network Signal Refresher helps your device to recover lost network signal by refreshing the network connection and forces Android system to set the best connection that is available in that cell site(or simply that area). Refreshing of signal also helps to prioritize the connections available and sets the best connection possible e.g. It helps your device to set 4G connection over 3G. Just like you get a fresh network when switching ON your device, Network Signal Refresher does this exact refreshing of signal without the heck of turning off device.
You may have been through situation when the friend standing next to you have full signal bars, but you don't even got a single bar with same network!!
don't worry you are not alone, this phenomenon is common. This happens because your device didn't get a proper signal at a point of time and the software in your device may have misbehaved, and due to this your device just continue to have bad signal resulting you to get dropped calls, data connection failure, high battery usage etc.
At this situation our "Network Signal Refresher" becomes real handy. It triggers the device to stop the current network connection, gets all the info of neighboring cell sites, Find outs the best one, and sets best connection.
Network signal strength cannot be boosted using a mobile platform software. Because network signal is provided by the Network provider through signal towers. So no one should expect a simple software can regenerate or boost a network?? It is not possible!! But you can definitely recover an existing signal.
Still not able to believe? just try our lite version, You will definitely come back here.
On GSM networks it can show lat/lon location by querying opencellid.org and show it on a map.
v1.2.2: Show pin on map.
NOTE: For people upgrading, some *permissions* are being listed as new which are not in the app, this is a Android bug, check the permissions in your phone settings to confirm these permissions are absent. See https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=63898
NB We never access or read your messages or contacts list. We only need that permission to count your calls and texts to help you keep track of usage.
✓ Signal compass points you in the direction your signal is coming from, just walk towards it!
✓ WiFi map allows you to easily locate nearby public networks.
✓ Coverage maps allow you see the best places for signal.
✓ Speedtest feature allows you to see the true speed of your connection.
✓ NetworkRank allows you to see which carrier is best in your area.
✓ Keep track of your monthly data, text and voice usage so you don’t go over your limit.
✓ See a map of local cell towers.
✓ Help improve our coverage and WiFi maps.
✓ Share your findings on twitter and Facebook and compare your connection with other users.
✓ View your history of signal readings.
✓ Save your data to SD card.
✓ Signal booster for compatible phones
Help contribute to our crowdsourced impartial maps of carrier coverage and wireless hotspots by using our app to improve your connection.
Based on our community-generated data we are able to help keep you better connected by giving you a practical solution to the problems of slow mobile internet and dropped calls. Simply follow our signal compass to walk towards better phone signal or see our in-app coverage maps to work out which carrier is best for where you are, useful if you're thinking about changing. Our wifi maps help you find local public-access wireless networks (WAPs), helpful if you're travelling abroad or just want to find a local cafe with free wifi. Our Stats tab helps you to keep track of your usage, so there’s no danger of you going over your plan limit on data, voice or text. (NB – this is why the app needs permission to access contacts and SMS, these are the permissions needed to count calls and texts, messages are never accessed or read!). Slow mobile internet? Whatsapp or BBM not working? Can't make that crucial skype call? Facebook, Instagram or Twitter too slow to be enjoyable? Run a speedtest to see the real speed of your connection, use the signal booster compass to get a better connection or use our maps to find the nearest free wifi!
Best of all, every time you use the app you're helping to improve it! By helping us to expand our wifi database and improve our coverage maps you're making the app work better and everyone else who uses it.
The best tactic for getting better signal is to follow the signal compass.
Maps not updated in real-time. Don’t worry though, we log the information you share with us to improve our coverage maps and signal information. We’re working hard to make sure the data you contribute to the project is available to everyone as quickly as possible.
- Not all towers and wireless routers are in our database - we’re working on it!
- Verizon & Sprint users will see only one connected tower at a time
- Moving in the direction of your cell tower will not always improve reception due to interference effects/local geography.
- Data is crowd sourced - wireless and antenna locations are calculated by triangulation.
- For GSM, cell tower are identified via cell id and location area code (CID and LAC)
- For CDMA (Verizon, Sprint), cell towers are identified via Network ID, Base sub-station ID and system ID (NID, BSSID and SID).
We map- Coverage and Speed tests for Verizon, Sprint, Vodafone, EE, AT&T, O2, 3, TIM, T-Mobile, Telcel, I WInd, SFR, Wifi and more
Chart shows the dynamics of the strength level change. Log and Statistics display the data about cells which were used by a mobile device.
After importing of CLF file containing cell locations data it is possible to watch cell towers on the Map.
If you are using dual SIM device the app will work only with the SIM inserted in the first slot.
Information for users of Samsung devices: the application doesn't show neighboring cells data due to firmware features.
Since the application is used by many users, chances are network map for your provider are already available under the "Map" and the CellMapper main site. CellMapper also provides an offline, locally calculated, map if you do not wish to submit anonymous network information. If you change your mind, you can always upload this data at a later date.
CellMapper works on both tablets (with or without radio) and cell phone. The map is available in Android 2.2 and later due to Maps API only supporting this version of Android or later.
- Displays map of mapped (or calculated) towers, and currently connected tower
- Displays advanced CellID info (LTE: RSRP, RSRQ, SNR, CQI, Timing Advance for LTE-TDD. CDMA: ECIO, EVDO ECIO, SNR)
- Advanced processing of data if is uploaded to the site (per sector coverage, signal trails, advanced cell tower location triangulation) (optional)
- Local calculation of cell tower points (enable feature in Change Provider dialog)
- Support for both Google Maps and OpenStreetMaps
Note: Advanced data, which is displayed by default, is calculated every few hours due to the processing power required. Your results should be available in about 3 hours. Lower quality, instant, data is available right away.
Currently supported networks:
- CDMA (limited, many phones do not implement the API correctly)
For any bug reports, please use the forum on the above site. Do not post in the comments section, as I have no way to contact you to get more information.
To start contributing, simply go into the Settings screen and enable "Live Upload." Once this is enabled, simple press the home button and CellMapper will run in the background and send data as you move. You can always close CellMapper by using the menu and selecting exit on the main screen.
New in 2.9.1:
- Fixed an issue where selecting a different provider, when the map wasn't done loading, would result in a crash
- Fixed an issue where the CellID/LAC would frequently be UNKNOWN/-1
New in 2.9.0:
- Option to vibrate on CellID changes
- Notification now displays signal and network info
- Fixed CDMA issue where EVDO Ecio/EVDO would be repeated multiple times
- Added SID for CDMA, properly label NID
- Added CDMA Ecio/RSSI for EVDO networks
- Fixed issue where CDMA dBm would be shown for EVDO networks on some devices
- Fixed EVDO/CDMA Ecio units
- Added units for some advanced LTE info
- Fixed an issue where some bad data would be recorded when transitioning between different networks
New in 2.8.9:
- Added ability to re-upload data
- Made uploading more reliable in situations where network needs browser based authentication
New in 2.8.8:
- Added switch to enable/disable all data collection
- Fixed an issue where the map was still downloading data in some circumstances
- Disabled map updates when not visible
- Fixed an issue in CyanogenMod where DC-HSPA+ cells were not being displayed on the map
- Performance improvements
New in 2.8.5:
- Disabled Android 4.2 new CellAPI usage by default due to manufacturers like Samsung and Google not implementing it on their newer phones (i.e Nexus 4, Galaxy S4) (see settings)
- Made GPS staleness check optional and off by default (see settings)
- Added option to disable map
New in 2.8.2:
- Fix crash when db not initialized yet
- Fix Android 3.0 Honeycomb title bar/menu missing
New in 2.8.1:
- Fixed cell network type overlapping with signal strength display on some smaller phones
View your results at CellMapper.net
1. A simple 1X1 or 2X2 Widget without taking too much space
2. A convenient Status bar notification
3. A detailed network information Screen.
IMPORTANT: Samsung users - Read the notes
The App gives a wealth of information on the network, can be extensively customized to suite any theme and there are also notifications for out of service and roaming conditions.
1. Network Signal strength in dBm.
2. Themes with extensive customization
3. Out of service and roaming notifications.
4. Realtime/Battery Saving Mode.
5. LTE/EVDO Mode for data signal strength.
6. Advanced Network Neighborhood
7. Detailed Network Info - Access point, Network type(EDGE, GPRS, EVDO, 3G, 4G, LTE, HSDP, IDEN, CDMA, HSUPA, 1xRTT, UMTS, HSPA+),Operator, Phone type, Data network, IP Address, downloaded, uploaded, IMEI/MEID/ESN, Manufacturer, Model, Branding, MCC, MNC, CID, BER, LAC, Ec/Io, SNR, RSRP, RSRQ, CQI, TA, TAC, CI.
1. Additional Measurement Units - Percentage and ASU
2. Restart Mobile Connection only without disturbing WiFi, NFC etc(Not available for >= Android 4.2)
3. Airplane cellphone radio only without disturbing WiFi, NFC etc(Not available for >= Android 4.2)
4. Four Widget Styles
5. Signal Strength in Status Bar in percentage
6. Hexcodes for precise color theming
1. Signal Refresh. A very few ROMs are not supporting signal strength refresh. If the Network Type and the Carrier are updating correctly but the signal strength is not updating then this is a sure sign of a broken ROM. This is a known issue and not a problem with the App.
2. If you cant find the widget in the list of widgets after installation change the orientation of device with the list of widgets opened. This will cause the list of widgets to get refreshed.
3.Permissions - The app requires requisite permissions for accessing the info shown in the Network Info screen and showing the Google ads.
4.The Pro and Free(with inapp unlock) apps are seperate apps and billed seperately by Google. The Pro App has been temporarily unpublished. Existing paid users will not be affected. More on this is in the FAQs on my website thinksparks.com
Please give feedback by email also to email@example.com
The Pro version (compared to the free version) has no ads, a NEW cell tower database with more than 22 million entries, a NEW MOBILE SIGNAL TRACKER function that generates a KML file for use with Google Earth, more widgets, a MOBILE SIGNAL LOST SERVICE and much more.
Three widget sizes: 1x1, 2x1 and 2x2 in different styles.
(If you can't find widgets, please copy the app back to phone memory)
I have especially worked on the visualization of the WLAN and mobile signal strength. They have received special importance. Normally they are only divided into weak, good and excellent signals. Graphically there are mostly "only" three to five bars shown as a mobile signal and three "waves" shown as a WiFi connection.
My app differentiates the signal strength into a total of 14 bars. This will give you a quick visualized and detailed information on your signal strength.
In addition to the more sophisticated graphical representation of the signal strength you will also be able to see some more interesting information.
Furthermore, there is a log function in csv-file format for wireless and mobile signal strength available (for e.g. Excel import).
With "Mobile Signal":
Network operators, sim provider, phone type, network type, network strength in dbm and ASU, data state, data activity, country code of the mobile phone, device ID, IP address (internal und external), roaming state.
In "WLAN signal":
WLAN-Name (SSID), BSSID, MAC address, maximum WLAN speed, IP address, external IP address, net capability, net channel, subnet mask, Gateway IP address, DHCP server address, DNS1 and DNS2 address.
If you like this app, please give me a positive rating in the market.
*** Does not work on Verizon *** 3G & CDMA Support is limited by Android, not by the application *** CDMA requires Eclair ***
Works best with 2G GSM. 3G/CDMA support is very limited.
Please understand what this tool does and does not do before you rate it. If you are not interested in the esoteric details of how the cellular network works, please do not download this app, it will frustrate you and be a waste of your time. Please check website for details.
I have reports that Verizon now blocks locations. Other providers may do same. Bummer. If your provider blocks, please be considerate and don't downrate the app. Not my fault.
Yes it is a battery hog - it needs to be.
Froyo problems? Tested with HTC Desire 2.2, Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab. I do know that it's failing on some devices through. New release coming soon.
Sorry for not posting updates or responding on emails lately.
Widget sizes - 4x1, 2x1, 1x1.
More features available in PRO version:
- Network type notification;
- Signal strength notification;
- Text customization;
- Color customization;
- Using custom tags for display additional values, such as LTE signal strength.
Tags for text customization:
$$NWOPN$ Network operator name
$$NWOP$ Network operator MCC+MNC
$$LAC$ Location Area Code
$$CID$ Cell ID
$$PHTP$ Phone Type
$$SSDBM$ Signal Strength (dBm)
$$CDMASID$ CDMA System ID of the current cell site
$$CDMANID$ CDMA Network ID of the current cell site
$$CDMABID$ CDMA Base Station ID of the current cell site
$$ESS:N$ Extra values.
$$MEMF$ Memory Free
$$STOT$ Storage Total
$$STOF$ Storage Free
$$SDCT$ SD Card Total
$$SDCF$ SD Card Free
$$BATP$ Battery Percentage
$$BATV$ Battery Voltage
$$TEMPC$ Temperature (Celsius)
$$TEMPF$ Temperature (Fahrenheit)
$$CDMADBM$ CDMA RSSI value in dBm
$$CDMAEI$ CDMA Ec/Io value in dB*10
$$EVDODBM$ EVDO RSSI value in dBm
$$EVDOEI$ EVDO Ec/Io value in dB*10
$$EVDOSNR$ EVDO signal to noise ratio.
$$GSMER$ GSM error rate (0-7)
For more info see online help and widget config.
Note: Some Samsung Galaxy S2, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Note have screwed API and returns unknown signal strength. http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=18336
If you have no working well signal diagram, you don't need to upgrade application to pro version.
** Supported network types: GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, CDMA, EVDO 0, EVDO A, 1xRTT , HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA, IDEN, EVDO B, EHRPD, HSPA+