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WiFi Manager 4.3.0-227


– Added “priority networks” feature in best network switcher.

In settings under “best networks” – you can set a list of priority networks each with a signal level setting that’s acceptable for that network.

Not in Google Play, planning a few more fixes / changes.

– Добавил “Приоритетные сети” в переключателе на лучшую сеть.

В настройках, секция “Переключение на лучшую сеть” – можно задать список приоритетных сетей, каждая с уровнем сигнала при котором эту сеть следует использовать.

Пока не в Google Play, планирую ещё несколько исправлений / изменений.

Categories: android, releases, wifi
  1. Simon
    October 29, 2018 at 6:04 am

    Dear Sir.

    I am a PREMIUM USER for the WIFI Manager App. I understand that the App is no longer available in Google Play Store and no longer supported. Is that true?

  2. Lem
    September 7, 2018 at 12:48 pm

    Thank you. I have enjoyed this product since I bought my first Galaxy S2 almost ten years ago. However, I do have a new problem
    I own a Note 9 and have noticed that the network switcher does not work. I believe the problem is that your app will not disconnect from the current wireless SID and so it cannot connect to another one. When I disconnect in the Android settings, your app will then connect to the wireless signal that I want with no problem. Any suggestions? Thanks is advance. lem

    • Kostya Vasilyev
      September 7, 2018 at 1:16 pm

      Yes there is a problem with Note 9 specifically. I had reports from other users. No issues on Galaxy S8 / S9 (Android 8.0) or two phones with Android 8.1. I don’t own a Note 9 and so don’t know what it is (at least for now).

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