WIFI Signal Widget - Keep precisely within the WIFI hotspot area with the help of this high resolution graphical widget and numeric dBm value. Click the widget for background color change including transparency.
Note: ICS launcher takes long time to refresh list of widgets after installation. A reboot would be faster.
New users please note that this is a widget. If you are having trouble finding the installed widget try selecting Menu>Add> Widget>Wifi Signal Widget.
Note: dBm is a logarithmic unit and is very convenient for describing RF signal strength which varies a lot! You will generally be between -40 to -90 dBm.
What's New in This Release:
· Text Colors as requested
· Graph recalibrated
· Bug fixes
What's New in 3.1:
· Colorpicker changes
What's New in 3.0.1:
· Removed WiFi Logo
What's New in 2.8.5:
· Bug Fixes
· Icon changes
· Initial Dummy Activity for Honeycomb and ICS to initialize list of widgets
What's New in 2.8.4:
· Landscape Orientation Bug Fix
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Supported operating systems:
Google Android 2.1, Google Android 2.2, Google Android 2.3, Google Android 3.0, Google Android 3.1, Google Android 3.2, Google Android 4.0, Google Android 4.1, Google Android 4.2, Google Android 4.3, Google Android 4.4, Google Android 5.x, Google Android 6.x, Google Android 7.x
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