Works for me. *Edit Used it for a yr with my old phone. Upgraded router to ac and new phone w mm. No matter what I do. It shows horrible noise. It is also very hard to see it now on a nexus 6. If it were being supported. I would help Dev to work on it. But, appears abandoned now. Time to move. Shame, was a good app.
SNR not right I was interested in this app because it claims to show signal to noise ratio. However the figures it gives on my Samsung S4 seem very wrong. The value given for a certain 802.11a network hovered around -6 dB which would be appaling if true. A Fluke analyser gave a value of about +65 dB.
Useful, simple, buggy Very simple to use and useful. There Are improvements that could be made though, like showing details of the connection (protocol, channel, frequency) or strength of competing networks. For me there is also a bug. On nexus 10, selecting settings wells crash the app
SNR Issue??? Not sure if SNR calculation/reporting is correct. If i sit close, but notto close to the router with no other 2.4ghz devices around the speed test shows around 100mbit/s which is about right. (Android wifi manager reports connection as "strong" and speed in the 100s). Signal is reported as around -50dBm but SNR is reported as between -5 to +15dBm which means I have a shocking connection and it should barely be connected... so it doesnt seem like SNR is correct? Is this a kown issue? I am using a Samsung S5
Good, but not confident on SNR values Good job on the app, very easy to use. However im not confident on you SNR values, as it defers greatly from the value that my Macbook pro laptop gives out. What is the accuracy level for the SNR value?
Does not show S/N The app does not show signal to noise ratio. It also stops responding when I click on Settings in menu. It only shows link speed and actual signal strength.
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