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[Android] Network Cell Info & Wifi Free (Was $3.19) @ Google Play Store


Network Cell Info is an extensive mobile network and Wi-Fi monitoring app with measurement and diagnostic tools (5G, LTE+, LTE, CDMA, WCDMA, GSM). Network Cell Info can help troubleshoot your reception and connectivity problems while keeping you in the know about your local cell carrier radio frequency landscape.

Appears to be 3 versions of this app, the lite version (free), the standard version (this app, normally $3.19) and pro which is a $3.99 subscription. Manual

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  • original price was $3.19, not $3.99

    • +1

      Oops, fixed.

  • Don't know what is this for and how useful it is. But got it

    • good if youre travelling outside cell zones or wanting to know about wireless broadband performance it seems

  • If you want to improve your wifi signal use netspot to see what networks are around and then change the channel on your routers

    • Is there a tutorial. Total noob here

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        Basically use comparison graphs see which channels have a gap where there's no other nearby wifi signals nearby and use the middle of that as your channel.
        Like for me between 2-6 is empty so using 4 for 2.4ghz
        and 5ghz 100+ where there nooone so i use 120

        • Don't most routers generally do this automatically though?

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            @seifer: Can do but just depends on how good the router is.
            But you can always check if your router is doing it well with the app by seeing what channel it uses on its own, if you find that its often overlapping rather than using the empty areas then you may want to set it specifically

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          ooohhh nooo. Only use channel 1, 6 or 11 for your 2.4ghz wifi.
          Using any other channels will cause overlap and make wifi even worse (for you AND your neighbours)

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