Android App Review: Wifi Analyzer

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How to use Wifi Analyzer app on Android Tutorial demo by geoffmobile

Geoff from http://geoffmobile.com shows off a really cool and useful Android app, called "Wifi Analyzer by Farproc" which allows you to see the channels and strengths of the competing wifi routers in your home and nearby. Please subscribe :) http://youtube.com/geoffmobile Link to the app (Wifi Analyzer by Farproc): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.farproc.wifi.analyzer&hl=en Hope you found this demo helpful. :) Here is some more info on how this app can be used: When a wifi router communicates, it uses a channel for its signal. However, there are only around 10 channels available, and if there are too many routers on the same channel the data transfer speed may be slower or you may even lose your connection. By identifying the strengths of the different wifi signals that are competing with your own wifi router, as well as the channels that they are set to, you can identify possible issues with your wifi router and also may be able to manually set your router's channel to a different channel to avoid competing with nearby routers. To change your router's channel, please see the user manual for your router. It usually involves logging into the router's configuration screen using a web browser set to a certain IP address, and username and password for your router. Any questions please let me know and I'll try to help :) Cheers, Geoff http://geoffmobile.com

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Android Tutorials - 17 - Optimize Wifi with WiFi Analyzer

WiFi Analyzer is a great tool for getting the best out of your WiFi experience either at home or out in public. Market Page - http://market.android.com/details?id=com.farproc.wifi.analyzer Links: Developer Homepage - http://a.farproc.com/wifi-analyzer My Games Channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/humancar2ngames My Homepage - http://www.rgddesigns.com

Some times you have a poor WiFi signal and you just do know why. That's where WiFi Analyzer comes in. It will help you determine signal strength, what other wifi access points around as well as what channel they are broadcasting on. There are plenty of other things that WiFi Analyzer can do, but to find out you will have to watch.

Google play;
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.farproc.wifi.analyzer&hl=en

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This video was taken using a Vixia HF R400 with these settings;
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Wireless mic; Audio Technica ATR288W VHF

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