- Buggy .... with Moto X (1st and 2nd Gen), Moto G and Moto E ... tested on 4.4.2 and 4.4.4 - Usefulness is diminished by failures that cause the SNR to track the signal and/or spike between Signal and SNR (ie displays sawtooth/square wave display) - Developer has been un-responsive to multiple emails providing details of the problem.
Works for me. *Edit Maybe the dev would be more responsive if we give him constructive criticism. I hope he has not abandoned it. I ran this app on identical tablets with ddwrt installed. Tracked signal in settings in ddwrt for noise. The app was right on the money. Why are people confused when the track turns green on noise? Stop misunderstanding and grow a brain. Please. Edit. *Got a email from dev. He plans on updating soon. Just busy w school. That is completely understandable. So heads up. Its not abandoned.
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
Awesome app The app is really awesome... But i have doubt for the link speed what kind of protocol does it use....???
Helpful, but inconsistent Very helpful to diagnose wifi signal strength and effects of interference. However, the SNR value drops down to the wifi signal strength every few seconds on my home network, and this seems to be an inconsistent reading in the app rather than something that is actually happening to the signal.
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?