Stable WiFi

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When moving around while connected to WiFi, many Android phones frequently "hang on" to a WiFi signal for far too long, even when you are out of range and are unable to actually transmit any data.

Stable WiFi allows you to set a threshold for your WiFi signal strength. When the WiFi signal drops under this threshold, your WiFi radio is temporarily disabled for a configurable amount of time, which allows your phone to fail over to a cell data connection.
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What's New

1.4.0:
Can now toggle between % signal strength and dBm RSSI values

1.3.3:
Fixed overflow on old configs

1.3.2:
Fixed bugs on legacy Android versions
Minor UI improvements

1.3.1:
Added localization support for major languages (please contact me if you'd like your language added)

1.3:
(Finally) compatible with Lollipop
Minor UI improvements
Please contact me with suggested features or bug reports

1.2.1:
Bugfix with radio button selection
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Additional Information

Updated
May 7, 2015
Size
52k
Installs
100,000+
Current Version
1.4.0
Requires Android
1.6 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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Offered By
Shookit
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