Still Not Android OS MM v6.0.1 compatible? Have used this Wi-Fi utility app for years, with great success. My AT&T 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy S®6 active was just upgraded to Android OS v6.0.1. It no longer allows you to change access points from within the app. You get a "Failed!" message, each time. Everything else in the app seems to work, properly, however; I can still change networks using the stock Android Wi-Fi tool. Hope there's a forthcoming fix for this. No response from developer. Abandonware? :::crickets:::
Very useful app. The visual representation of the signals is informative. Thank you!
Good and clean
Great! I have been using it for years!
DOESN'T WORK WITH LATEST VERSIONS OF ANDROID I used to love and rely on farproc's WiFi Analyzer app, for both professional and home usage. However, since updating to the latest versions of Android (first Lollipop v5.0.1, then Marshmellow v6.0.1), I can no longer use this app to pick and choose which Access Point I wish to connect to. Being unable to select a particular AP for connection makes this app more of a pretty toy than a useful tool.
A little lack with virtual nets. My router(huawei s319) have 2 network: my no-broadcasting private network('1') and open wifi ('2'). Both networks have same MAC, but different ssid-s. My smartphone connected to '1'. But the app shows 3! networks:'1','2', '?' with different signal level. Could you please group this nets in one by Mac address?
Improved alias importing & exporting.
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