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Here's the Fix How To: Unlock the Electronic Image Stabilization Feature on Your Nexus 5X How To: Root a Nexus Device Running Android 6.0 Marshmallow How To: Install Android 6.0 Marshmallow Edit the WCNSS_qcom_cfg.ini file on your phone in /system/etc/wifi with any Root Explorer app 2. Please try again about 34 min ago by BJB1 21 replies would you root the edge? So it looks like yours is working, but it's odd that the speedtest app will not work. http://philgiebler.com/speed-test/speed-test-upload-speed-not-working.html

It seems to happen when the phone has been idle for so long. Nov 30, 2012 #6 [email protected] I have a Nexus 4 running 4.2.1 and am having WiFi speed issues. I'm 10 feet away from router and showing 2 bars and very slow download speeds . Jan 26, 2013 #109 [email protected] Same here.

I can now run the Speedtest and am getting lower latency, meaning I am using HSPA+ I used this APN: This should be a sticky thread in benefit of ATT users. Not sure when the issue kicked in though. And you'll need one terminal window for each log, i.e. I thought that not having LTE would not be an issue but not if I can't use WIFI.

If #136 doesn't solve it for you, it means you have a different problem than is being discussed by the majority of this thread. Feb 26, 2014 #98 [email protected] Interesting! On N5, open iperf, type "-s -u -i 1" in arguments, and start iperf by hitting the on/off button above. 4. Could you go back to a stock kernel to see whether this issue is still there?

Reply 02-17-2013,02:08 AM #7 danielcj Posts 223 Posts Global Posts 1,157 Global Posts Re: First speed test Nexus 4 on TMobile Here in Portland I can get up to Dec 19, 2012 #48 [email protected] D-Link router here, wifi is pretty much unusable for anything - remains connected with good signal, but data just times out. That's why getting a N4 over any other phone was a no brainer for me.

I normally had a max of 9MBPS with my 4S in my home.

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02-17-2013,02:22 AM #8 yfan Posts 909 Posts Global Posts 912 Global Posts Re: First speed test Nexus 4 about 32 min ago by From A Buick 8 6 replies Tab A 6.0.1 email printing error: Failed to change the settings. Perhaps this is a good place to start: http://www.droidxforums.com/forum/droid-x-hacks/19145-tutorial-roms-sysctl-conf-other-tweaks.html Dec 10, 2012 #32 [email protected] Thanks for keeping this thread going. Straight Talk AT&T service seems to be a much lower quality service than regular AT&T service.

When you run "adb logcat -v threadtime -b radio | tee lr.txt", are you able to see any output on your terminal? https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=40306 Feb 8, 2013 #141 [email protected] The solution in comment #136 worked for me, and has persisted for 3-4 hours or so working correctly, even through reboots. Feb 24, 2014 #82 [email protected] Hi, 1) That one was with mobile data on. Deshacer Cerrar Este vídeo no está disponible.

Feb 4, 2014 #29 [email protected] The router is a Technicolor TG582n. weblink about 32 min ago by From A Buick 8 6 replies Tab A 6.0.1 email printing error: Failed to change the settings. Shane Ruangdet 9.343 visualizaciones 3:26 Sprint 3G vs T-Mobile 4G HSPA+ Speed Test - Duración: 4:35. Now, being that you are on the MEdia Net plan, you won't be able to get speeds above 875KB/s down (7Mbps), even on HSPA+:15.

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When you compares Nexus 4 to other devices, are you doing side-by-side test? Our kernel guys is looking into that, but it would be great if you could try UDP speed test the next time you hit this. My attempts to fix the old router highlighted that it was becoming a bit flaky anyway.

Jan 8, 2013 #92 [email protected] After many tests I can say it happens to me at 5GHz "only", not usable.

Feb 9, 2014 #57 [email protected] I am pretty sure that if SUPL isn't the root cause removing SUPL is a 90% plus workaround. As you mentioned you phone is already rooted, do you have any experience of connect your phone to your computer and run "adb shell" onto it? Jan 16, 2014 #8 [email protected] Hi, BTWiFi-with-FON is actually just another SSID for my router. Feb 7, 2013 #133 [email protected] This is the contact link I used to return my Nexus 4 (United Kingdom) By the way, I am with TalkTalk using a D Link

Both devices are running the latest version of their respective operating systems.Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/phonebuffTwitter: http://twitter.com/phonebuffWebsite: http://www.phonebuff.com Categoría Ciencia y tecnología Licencia Licencia de YouTube estándar Mostrar más Mostrar menos Cargando... Let's hope this is one of the bugs this update is supposed to fix. Thanks ahead of time. his comment is here Feb 7, 2014 Project Member #55 [email protected] OK, we did see SUPL activity before Greg / Roy woke up in the morning.

My wifi at home works only intermittently with my Nexus 4 and usaly shows full signal but a dismal throughput rates of around 0.15 Mbit on a 10Mbit connection. Quick Reply Reply bedoig View Profile View Forum Posts 3rd December 2012, 01:29 AM |#4 Senior Member Thanks Meter: 119 More 684 posts Join Date:Joined: Aug 2006 Less Quote: Is there anyway I can test that the logs are saving correctly before I try it?

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