Is it working? Entering the main page ALWAYS defaults to a global map, panned back to show the entire planet. It does not remember where you were or find your location on the map. It did not display any signal strength information in North America. Even when I zoomed in to my location (manually ) no coverage data other than your current incoming signal. It is about as useful as the 5 bars your phone normally displays. Don't bother installing this app.
Great! Lg nexus 5, Android 6* Aside from a couple of minor ui improvement opportunities, this app is awesome! I recommend it to anyone who wants to map out their local cell coverage! Just make sure to be careful about how large the data collection becomes, if it's too big, the app gets sluggish, or breaks. Export your data after a few hrs of driving/collecting and then delete all. Then the app doesn't get sluggish
It's gone buggy I previously had this app on my Samsung S3, where it worked flawlessly. That would have earned it 5 stars from me. I recently installed it on my LG G2, and it has a habit of crashing. It freezes and consequently stops plotting data points. It now also has a banner at the bottom with streaming ads.
Rscp/rsrp level is the same Can you please fix this issue. Active rsrp/rscp shows the same -141 even though i have full bars on phone. It would really be a great help if this would be fixed on my HUAWEI P2-6011.
Crashed The application could not be opened on my T2 Xperia 4G LTE. Hang, and crashed.... In my Lenovo A706 the application it's works... does well...
last edit:work with version 6.109.not working without even old versions of google play services ,that is way to much for me smal s6500d, arround 80mb. even with google play instaled is moving to slow.stai up to 3-4 min to hit magnify scale again.i stop walking and the map is far back.
- improved GUI
- ability to load cell locations