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The code for shouldSwitchNetwork() best explains what it does. It just artificially reduces the WiFi RSSI (received signal strength indication) to encourage the WiFi state machine to decide to switch the connection. Around line 3559 of WifiStateMachine.java: int rssi = mWifiInfo.getRssi() - 6 * mAggressiveHandover + (homeNetworkBoost ? ...


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Wifi to Cellular Handover is a feature in phones that automatically switches to cellular data when you do not have a strong WiFi connection. You would want to enable this for a few reasons: It will save battery - If your phone doesn't switch to cellular data when it can't connect to a Wifi connection, your phone will continue to search for WiFi, thus ...


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I cannot comment because I do not have 50 reputation hence I am updating this as an answer. Me too had this problem and I tried all possible troubleshooting steps with the help of almost every forum I knew to no avail. This is what I tried: Installed 4-5 wifi fixer apps from play store - Did not help. If you have a cwm or twrp recovery installed, try ...


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I don't think that your phone has been hacked. If the actions your phone is doing are random, you might be experiencing issues with the touchscreen or with its firmware. Consider factory resetting your phone and look if the problem does still exist.


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If you can check Wi-Fi Link Speed It will give you an idea about the current connection. "Maximum" link speed allowed is as follows- Link speed 866.5Mbps - 802.11ac Link speed 300Mbps - 802.11n Link speed 54Mbps - 802.g Link speed 11Mbps - 802.b Also Link speed varies by your signal strength. So check Link speed of connected router in wifi settings, ...


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tasker should be capable of that. It can execute HTTP_GET commands, and it can also deal with data connections; but for the latter, depending on the Android version you're running on your device, you might need root access to toggle data connection. Tasker uses (combinations of) "conditions" (also called "context") to trigger "tasks" – which both together ...



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