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WiFi Manager 2.8.2

Version 2.8.2

Fixes in “best network switching” for certain Samsung devices.

For posterity’s sake, on those devices, this code fragment would return the current connection’s level as -200, throwing off the app’s network switching logic

final WifiInfo wi = mWfm.getConnectionInfo();
int currentNetworkLevel = wi.getRssi();
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  1. May 17, 2014 at 6:23 pm

    Thank you for making this outstanding app!!! We have listed your Android app on our site http://fileholo.com

  2. Sara
    March 21, 2014 at 11:08 am

    Great app, best wifi one out there!

  3. Александр
    March 6, 2014 at 8:21 pm

    Как восстановить wifi manager премиум?

    • Kostya Vasilyev
      March 6, 2014 at 10:43 pm

      Установить программу, вызвать любую платную функцию, и на экране покупки просто чуть=чуть подождать (не нажимая “купить”). Да, если переносили через Titanium и т.п. – удалите и поставьте через Play.

  4. December 27, 2013 at 9:27 pm

    Does WiFi manager have a user guide anywhere?
    What do WiFi Manager 1×1, 2×1, 3×1 etc refer to?
    So many questions!
    Best wishes

    • Kostya Vasilyev
      December 27, 2013 at 9:48 pm

      Those are different widget sizes. One by one cell, two by one, etc. There are screenshots under “My software”.

  5. December 27, 2013 at 9:24 pm

    Hi. I’ve just installed WiFi manager 2.8.2 on my Nexus 4. In the list of WiFi networks there are SSID, State, Channel and Level columns. What does “State” mean? I can work out what the Green Tick means, but what do Star, Heart and Blue tick mean? Can I configure WiFi manager to connect by preference to mt BT Home Hub rather than BT WiFi (both of which are hosted on my WiFi router)?
    The ability to connect to a preferred SSID (even if it is weaker) would be the feature I want.

    • Kostya Vasilyev
      December 27, 2013 at 9:48 pm

      Red heart – an already configured network, which the device will connect to if it’s in range
      Blue shield – a secured network that has not been configured (will need to enter the password to connect)
      Star – an open network (not protected by a password)

      Regarding your other question.. If you don’t need the device to automatically connect to particular network, just tap it and choose “forget”.

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