Android not connecting to Wi-Fi networks, sees their speed
Android not connecting to Wi-Fi networks, sees their speed

Android not connecting to Wi-Fi networks, sees their speed

Android not connecting to Wi-Fi networks, sees their speed Now, a user of an Android smartphone can use the new functionality to decide whether to connect to publicly available Wi-Fi networks and watch ads for them. Android 8.1 Oreo has an option that displays the speed of Wi-Fi networks that are available . And you do not need to connect to them. This functionality helps you figure out in advance whether to connect to an available Wi-Fi network or whether it’s better to continue to use mobile Internet. To be completely accurate, Android 8.1 Oreo displays an estimate, not a grid speed: • Very Fast (very fast) – more than 20 megabits per second; • Fast (fast) – from 5 to 20 megabits per second; • OK (normal) – from 1 to 5 megabits per second; • Slow (slowly) – from 0 to 1 megabits per second. The exact value of the speed is generally not available to users, only an estimate. Google characterizes network speeds in its own way. So, with “Very Fast”, you can watch and broadcast online videos of very high resolution, and the “Fast” level allows you to enjoy video of normal quality. According to Google, most food outlets (cafes, fast food, restaurants) distribute Wi-Fi at the OK speed, you can easily chat with her on social networks, surf the Internet and enjoy music in streaming services. The “Slow” indicator allows you to exchange messages and make calls through instant messengers. Public Wi-Fi can be spotty. For the first time, #AndroidOreo 8.1 lets you take out the guesswork \u0026 see the speed of networks before you hit connect. Rolling out now: https://t.co/lSzvCFgNk7 pic.twitter.com/60EmoPxUX4— Android (@Android) January 22, 2018 If a user does not need such designations for Wi-Fi speeds, you can simply turn off their display. However, while this functionality is not available to everyone. It is probably tested by developers on random “clients.”, Google

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