LG m154 Cricket, android 6.0.1, freezes. 'Reported', "need more error msgs to assist debug". Los Angeles area so towers are not the problem. Sure wish this would get fixed. Cannot tell if phone or Cricket problem. Sure wish I could help but with no error msgs I cannot.
Its got my dpms all wrong by about -15 dpms and wont show any towers in my area. Plus as I was driving down the road and drove by the tower that I know I connect to everytime showed i was connected to another tower that was farther away but my doms from the actual phone read -64 and the app said -78 least i found some good hotspots. Uninstalling and running galaxy s7.
My daughter just moved to Santa Cruz AREA of CA. Going 2 college. Best network down here BY FAR is VERIZON WIRELESS (her roommates have Sprint DOESN'T WORK AT ALL) & my MetroPCS (tMobile network) spoty AT BEST. I CANT make a call in her apartment and i have NO NETWORK unless i DRIVE to the Hwy 1. They share Netflix & Hulu using my daughters Unlimited VERIZON Hotspot (what they save on their cable bill) pays for my daughter's VERIZON Hotspot. I switched to Verizon cause I come here once a month (to bring the girls Supplies they're Poor College students LOL) THANK YOU VERIZON!!!!!
Doesn't work in my area. Seems to have me connected to a tower that I don't think exists and the compass points in a different direction, the signal strength is sometimes shown as 5 bars on the app and 0 bars and a 'no service's notification on the phone. It also shows poor wifi sometimes when I have a good connection but I only wanted the app to check the different mobile provider's signal in my poor signal area
Based on having used AT&T and now Verizon in a fringe area, this app gives an accurate representation of device-reported signal strength. I switched carriers based on open signal reports from my area and found out what everybody already knew: if you want rural coverage, go with Verizon.
It does a good job of reporting connectivity (both WLAN and mobile data), easy to use and the UX is well thought out. However I found it was continually adding .csv log files after trying to work out where 4Gb of internal storage went. Disappointing lack of cleanup for the data it logs locally - even with the relevant SD card options checked / switched on. Despite a few updates since originally noticing this it's still filling up space, with no clean up
It just guesses at which tower I'm connected to. If I zoom out a little on the map, a tower disappears, and my blue line switches to a different tower - which also updates the tower I'm connected to on the tower list screen. Zoom in, changes back. Zoom out, changes again. Zoom in, changes back. I understand that my T-Mobile S8 might not give up that info, but the app should tell me that, rather than presenting a guess as fact. Other than that, I'd give 5 stars.
- Missing towers fix part 2
- Fixed bug where the line to connected tower wasn't visible
- New navigation icons
- Quick action shortcuts for Android 7.1+
- Updated French and Russian translations
- Background performance improvements
- Fixed memory leak (towers/speed test history screens should load much smoother now)
Tired of slow internet connection which keeps on getting dropped? Time to boost!