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Posted: 2 Days 2 Hours ago by: nobody

If you are coming to the Philippines or looking for an ISP DO NOT choose Globe. Worst ISP I have ever experienced. Unreliable, filled with hackers trying to block your connection. Even the clown Duterte has threatened to shut them down. Wha

Re: Why are my upload/download speeds opposite of each other when connecting to a reptear/extender as ooposed to the router on which it feeds

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Posted: 8 Days 19 Hours ago by: Sqwertz

^^^^^^ Read that as "Google". I typed "Evil" and Google intercepted it and changed it to read "Good" instead. Fuckers. -sw

Why are my upload/download speeds opposite of each other when connecting to a reptear/extender as ooposed to the router on which it feeds

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Posted: 9 Days 5 Hours ago by: Sqwertz

Good Fiber router model something-200. TP-Link Touch P5 (801.11ac) router in repeater mode. SSID's of teh repeater are different than that of the Google fiber router. Connecting to the fiber router 5G network I get 180-200 down and 80-10

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 20 Days 15 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

RabidHussar <rabid@huss.ar> asked It's good and bad being up in the mountains in the middle of nowhere. (Jeff is nearby so he knows what it's like to have all this fresh air.) We're 16 miles from the nearest gas station, and about 30 mil

Re: Google new Jony Ive ad makes fun of the crippled iPhone (and of the Pixel 6)

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Posted: 20 Days 17 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

sms <scharf.steven@geemail.com> asked Andy Burns is not like nospam so if he's "worried" about updates, then there must be something to his worries, even as I feel I get too many of them. Given Android is updated like most other operating

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 20 Days 20 Hours ago by: Lewis

sms is, of course, lying again. I had one of the Automatic OBDII dongles and it did not use WiFi, but used BlueTooth.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 8 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked Bear in mind nospam claimed Android doesn't have app drawer apps. That's how much he knows about Android. He has claimed that Android doesn't update frequently (where nospam has no clue about Project T

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 8 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

Jeff Liebermann <jeffl@cruzio.com> asked (Jeff... Please see the personal note in the sig. Thanks.) As a curious and sensibly logical person, what I want to know is why. Why is it that _only_ iOS is so crippled that it lacks _all_ these

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 15 Hours ago by: nospam

the wifi versions were not significantly more expensive and they were not the only option either. that is an advantage. some apps are as good and some are even better. no, that isn't a common issue nor is it specific to elm327 eith

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 16 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

Welcome. I don't subscribe to Amazon Prime. That's for suckers as far as I'm concerned. Shipping was free. I paid exactly $19.99 - and no more - for it. Meh. The person I was responding to was "sms", who also purchased his previously fo

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 16 Hours ago by: sms

I don't see the Carista on Amazon anymore. It's still available elsewhere <https://www.ecstuning.com/b-carista-parts/carista-bluetooth-obd2-adapter/cobd-bt24~cra/>, and it's the same price that it was sold for on Amazon. I never saw i

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 16 Hours ago by: Your Name

Another braindead anti-Apple troll for the killfile. :-\

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 17 Hours ago by: Jeff Liebermann

Thanks. I didn't suggest that you didn't pay $19.99 (plus shipping or Amazon Prime membership). I simply indicated that I could not find it on Amazon or anywhere except China for the stated price. You bought it 3 years ago, which is v

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 20 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

September 2, 2018, to be exact: <https://i.imgur.com/xuaINWy.jpg> Not that I need you to believe me. I bought it. I have it. I've used it for years with multiple cars and Apple devices without issue. It's a great little OBD2 adapter tha

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 22 Hours ago by: nospam

yes they do, that being macos and windows. linux on the desktop is *not* common, no matter what linux users might think. linux is commonly used for servers or embedded devices, neither of which need iphone support. there's no reason

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 22 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

Jolly Roger <jollyroger@pobox.com> asked Jolly Roger lied to you Jeff. Just like Apple always lies about their battery use time. Apple probably lies like crazy about their Airport Router signal strength. (Yes, I know full well you've stud

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 22 Hours ago by: wolfgang kern

Apple doesn't support the main operating systems in use today. Specifically Apple doesn't test their changes that affect linux. It's one more example of Apple products not working in the real world. Apple products only work well inside a

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 23 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

Now you're just repeating yourself. And nym switching is lame. *YAWN*

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 21 Days 23 Hours ago by: nospam

yet another arlen nym. linux support was done by the linux community, not apple. when apple made a change, the linux community had to update their driver, which they did, just as what happens with any product that has aftermarket supp

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked You don't know anything about iPhones, nospam. *You fabricate imaginary iOS functionality all the time, nospam.* Where's the real torproject tor browser you keep claiming exists, nospam? Where are the

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: wolfgang kern

Same thing happened when Apple screwed up all Linux connections to iOS. That was sometime around iOS 7.0.1 as I recall (not gonna look it up as the iOS bigots will just deny what everyone else but them already knows). Apple fucked with t

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked And yet you've never found even _one_ app functionality on iOS that wasn't already on Android, even as there is _plenty_ of Android app functionality not on iOS (such as foss automatic call recording, f

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: knuttle

In the definition of nospam, Lewis, Jolly Roger and Joerg Lorenz, you must only play games on your phone. You must not debug anything. No utilities. Since they can't do it on an iPhone, you have no right to do it on Android.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked You're desperate to defend the crippled iOS using always the _same_ tricks. We see nospam following the predictable path in increasing desperation... 1. First claim he told the user already many times

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: Ilya Kraskov

Jeff knows more electronics than fifty of you Jolly Rogers' will ever know. He has a self deprecating sense of wit, much like Paul on the Windows ng. All you Apple idiots are so stupid you can't believe that it's only you five or six mor

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: nospam

they don't, except in very limited circumstances. btdt. as usual, you are wrong. bluetooth is one of many things that ios does better than android. it's just how it is. i've written apps that use bluetooth and am *very* familiar with wh

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: nospam

that's not a very good theory. quite bad, in fact. two different tracks by two different groups within apple. very marginally, since there i can't think of any issue with early iphones and non-apple routers, something which would be

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: nospam

correct. what i described can't be done on android. btdt. it helps to have actually written mobile apps that use bluetooth to know what is possible and what is not. you clearly have not. nope. that is absolutely false. maybe if all

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: nospam

that was not a very good deal, and without btle, it's very outdated. if it turns itself off after 30 minutes, then there's no need for a button (plus it's very inconvenient to use) and the quiescent draw is negligible and not normally

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: Jerry

This YourName idiot is one of those Apple weirdos?

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

Jeff Liebermann <jeffl@cruzio.com> asked Jeff, You don't appear to know these Apple zealot cultists like Jolly Roger, Everything they claim is fabricated. They can't ever back up even a single claim they brazenly make. Why? I'm not sure

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 10 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

A few years ago, IIRC - not that it's really relevant.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 11 Hours ago by: sms

Obviously he is not familiar with Android devices, and believes that something that Android devices have done for years, automatically launching an app when if connects to Bluetooth. It would be very expensive to ship all the materials

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 13 Hours ago by: Jeff Liebermann

Are you sure I wrote that? That would be a difficult claim for me to make. The last iPhone I owned was an iPhone 3G. The last iPad was an iPad 2. I never tried using either with any OBD-II BT device, including those owned by custome

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 13 Hours ago by: Jeff Liebermann

For a long time, the only Apple approved utility suitable of analyzing WiFi was the Apple Airport Utility app: <https://apps.apple.com/us/app/airport-utility/id427276530> Note the 3.0 out of 5 rating. One theory is that by forcing iPhon

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 13 Hours ago by: Jim Whitby

Wow. you go on and on about Bluetooth being able to do all this fancy stuff, then claim it can't be done on Android. How can you be so ignorant? Bluetooth works the same on Android, Windows or any other phone os you can name. Foregrou

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 14 Hours ago by: Jeff Liebermann

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 15 Hours ago by: nospam

look no further than yourself for proof.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 15 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

Jolly Roger <jollyroger@pobox.com> asked The more you know about iOS & android, the more you know the facts iOS is a crippled operating system that is wonderful for the ignorati. The more well educated people know about these mRNA & mAde

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 15 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

Robin Goodfellow <Ancient-of-Days@Heaven.Net> asked Note that it's _not_ just the lack of graphical wifi & cellular debugging that the crippled iOS operating system lacks compared to _all_ others OSs. Only iOS lacks the Tor Browser (the "

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 15 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

Which is fucking *pathetic*. I can't imagine how sad and empty my life would have to be that I would get any sort of pleasure or satisfaction out of spending gobs of my time actively going to newsgroups for products I dislike for the sole

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 15 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

Jim Whitby <news@spockmail.net> asked What's happening is the iOS lovers _hate_ that iOS is a crippled OS. The fact remains of the lack of graphical wifi and cellular debugging tools on iOS which clearly are on all other operating syst

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 15 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

Apparently not... Your own words above definitely do *not* mention Bluetooth *at all*. It seems it is *you* who can't read (or more correctly, *write*). That's not what he meant by "that". If you think you are fooling anyone here by

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 16 Hours ago by: nospam

or maybe you failed to understand everything i said.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 16 Hours ago by: Jim Whitby

It appears I can see better than you. I was asking how if not bluetooth, how? Then he claimed apple was the only one that could do it. Or maybe you missed the "android can't do that".

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 16 Hours ago by: nospam

"any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic" - arthur c. clarke.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 16 Hours ago by: nospam

in another post, sms claims he paid $30 for his adapter, which is not 'low-cost'. i paid around $10 for a noname adapter which works without issue using numerous obd apps. trolling *is* their life, although some of the claims are quit

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 16 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked And yet, *they don't exist on the Apple app store* - a fact you can't deny. Why is it _only_ iOS that is crippled (but not any other operating system)? I don't know why. Either it's that iOS owners on

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 16 Hours ago by: Lewis

Well, he knows nothing about OBD2 and iOS if he's claiming it doesn't work better on iOS than on Android, that's for sure.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 16 Hours ago by: Lewis

Don't you ever get tired of spewing complete and utter horseshit? No they are not. $20 is what I paid for one I bought as a gift for a friend, who is still using it with her car and iPhone. It might have been as much as $25. Feel free t

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 16 Hours ago by: Lewis

You clearly have not fucking idea what you are talking about, and I suspect you have never written an app for any platform, so most of the words up there glid past without making the slightest impression on that sorry excuse for a brain

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 16 Hours ago by: Lewis

Perhaps read ALL THE WORDS. Without launching them first? I doubt it. But sure, go ahead and name them.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 17 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

I mean, he literally said "Bluetooth" multiple times above. Are you blind or something?

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 17 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

Then you paid too much. I got mine on Amazon for $19.99. Apparently you never bothered to try it with an iPhone, which you and your butt buddy Arlen (Robin) claim won't work.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 17 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

Yet Jeff apparently doesn't know that Bluetooth OBDII adapters (like the Carista OBD2 adapter I have) work just fine with iPhones, and have for many years, because he chimed right in to post a lame joke in agreement with incorrect claims

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 17 Hours ago by: Alan Browne

My BlueDriver OBD served me well on my previous car and on the current one via iPhone, so again you're out to lunch.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 17 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

Bullshit. Is $19.99 considered "expensive" in your world? Because here on planet Earth, that's how much I paid for my Carista OBDII adapter which uses Bluetooth LE, and it works fine with iPhones - and has for years. You dipshit Apple tr

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 17 Hours ago by: Jolly Roger

More pure bullshit from Arlen (aka Robin Goodfellow) and his troll buddies. I've used the Carista OBD2 adapter for *years* with several different makes and model cars, using the OBD Fusion app on a bunch of different iPhone models. The F

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 18 Hours ago by: Jim Whitby

I almost feel sorry for you. I'm not sure if its just plain ignorance or "Don't confuse me with facts, my minds made up." How do you think every phone (Android, Windows, ios, linux, etc) is connected to a vehicle? Magic? USB? WiFi? o

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 19 Hours ago by: nospam

from writing mobile apps that do exactly what i described. it's up to date. you might be thinking about ordinary apps running in the background. that's *not* what i'm talking about. what i'm specifically referring to are apps that

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 20 Hours ago by: Jim Whitby

Really? Where do you get your information/education? Wherever you got your information/education it needs updating to reality. I have several apps on my Android phone that run in the background just fine. No intervention required by m

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 22 Days 23 Hours ago by: nospam

there are shitloads of obd apps for ios, some of which run in the background without the need to launch an app every single time, something not possible on android. i've written obd apps and am *very* familiar with what can and cannot be

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days ago by: sms

LOL. There are a lot of apps that are used only occasionally, and a lot of apps that are used on a daily basis. I use Torque Pro only right before a smog check (to ensure that the sensors have completed their readiness tests), or if

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 2 Hours ago by: Frank Slootweg

Yep, that's exactly the one I used a couple of times. On several devices, so I'm afraid I'm responsible for a few of those (over) 10 million installs! I'll try to be more "ordinary" in future, but don't count on it.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 7 Hours ago by: sms

Wow, kill-filing Jeff Liebermann, LOL. Jeff is probably the smartest person posting here (or second smartest anyway), and I'm pretty certain that he's set up far more wireless networks for businesses than anyone else posting in misc.ph

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 8 Hours ago by: Your Name

I don't care what they do and don't know ... cross-posting crap to the iphone newsgroup is simply not wanted.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 10 Hours ago by: John

Jeff Liebermann knows more about radio setup than almost anyone here. Certainly he knows more about electronics than you ever will know. You're the moron, YourName, for not recognizing people who know their shit.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 10 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

Jeff Liebermann <jeffl@cruzio.com> asked Apple has never designed even a single SOC without huge flaws. https://www.google.com/search?q=apple+unfixable+flaws+soc Can you imagine the built in unfixable flaws in an Apple car! The entire s

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 10 Hours ago by: nospam

$30??? and you're complaining about the high price of obd adapters?? obd dongles that work perfectly fine with iphones cost quite a bit less than that, they work with many obd apps app and in some cases, an app isn't even needed because

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 10 Hours ago by: sms

I had some cheap ones that had difficulty connecting sometimes, but then they worked okay after that. The one I use now, the "Carista" was $30 but always connects properly. I use it with Torque Pro, but Carista has their own app that h

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 11 Hours ago by: Your Name

And yet another cross-posting brainless anti-Apple moron troll meets the killfile.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 13 Hours ago by: Jeff Liebermann

Because Apple doesn't yet sell an Apple self driving car: <https://www.macrumors.com/roundup/apple-car/> When the car is eventually released, I suspect that mere mortal drivers will not be allowed to use the ODBII port without an Apple C

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 13 Hours ago by: Jeff Liebermann

Worse. Most of the OBD-II wireless dongles use cloned (counterfeit) ELM327 chips, which may or may not support various features. There are apps that will test for which features are available. For example: <https://play.google.com/sto

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Posted: 23 Days 17 Hours ago by: nospam

wrong. obd dongles have supported bluetooth le for nearly a decade. there are also obd dongles that connect directly to the phone via the dock connector or lightning. wrong. they're all about the same price. it's not a rationaliza

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 18 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

sms <scharf.steven@geemail.com> asked To own an iPhone is to own a crippled operating system (crippled by Apple). "Generic ELM327 adapters will not work with OBD Fusion. *This has to do with _iOS limitations_ than with the scanner itself

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Posted: 23 Days 19 Hours ago by: sms

nospam is wrong of course™. <https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.farproc.wifi.analyzer> Wi-Fi analyzer has over 10 million installs. It may be an app thouse users only open once or twice, but when they need it, it's ver

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 19 Hours ago by: sms

OBD-II is interesting because the low-cost OBD-II dongles are Bluetooth-only and use the SPP (Serial Port Profile) which iOS does not support. You can buy a Wi-Fi OBD-II dongle, or a BLE OBD-II dongle, that will connect to an iPhone o

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 19 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked You have no shame. Just like Apple's very public incessant lies (for which Apple paid out over a billion dollars last year alone), you'll distort everything sans shame. What neither you nor Apple can

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 19 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked You have no shame. You're no different than what Apple does by Apple's incessant public lies. (Apple was fined and Apple paid over a billion dollars for lies last year) You'll make up anything to defe

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Posted: 23 Days 20 Hours ago by: nospam

it tells you.

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Posted: 23 Days 20 Hours ago by: nospam

false. there are *numerous* obd adapters and obd apps on ios. i have been using the adapters and apps for more than a decade and have tried or own just about all of them. they work exceptionally well, even in the background without n

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 20 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked In your desperation to make excuses for why iOS is crippled you make an argument that goes against all your other arguments as to why you love iOS. The reality is you'll stop at nothing to defend a cr

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Posted: 23 Days 21 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked Keeping with the car analogy, it's like OBD testers exist on all platforms except on the iOS platform because Apple, for some reason, would hate OBDII. Many useful utilities are on all platforms _excep

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 21 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

sms <scharf.steven@geemail.com> asked What's unknown is _why Apple would remove the apps from the App Store_ when Apple allows the very same graphical wi-fi debugging apps for macOS. It's only iOS that doesn't have utilities every other

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 21 Hours ago by: nospam

i never suggested 'wildly adding more and more routers without knowing where the dead spots actually are'. stop lying and trolling. what i said was if there's a dead spot, simply add a router for additional coverage and link the two. d

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Posted: 23 Days 21 Hours ago by: nospam

availability does not mean they're actually used by very many people. the reality is that most people do not have any issues with using only one router unless they have an unusually large home, in which case they get a second router and

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Posted: 23 Days 22 Hours ago by: sms

nospam is wrong of course™. Well of course you could take the approach of wildly adding more and more wireless routers, without knowing where the dead spots actually are or where there is interference from nearby wireless routers,

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Posted: 23 Days 22 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked Why are you so desperate to defend what is obvious to all but you cultists? Everything you say in your desperation to defend Apple at all costs just sounds silly when you realize you'll say ANYTHING t

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 22 Hours ago by: sms

Yeah, our favorite trolls can insist that such apps are not needed, but the reality is that they are available on Android, Linux, MacOS, and Windows, so clearly people are using them. But I guess that no Android, Linux, MacOS, or Win

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 22 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

sms <scharf.steven@geemail.com> asked Of course the graphical wifi debugging apps are useful, as are all the utilities that Android has which iOS lacks because it's a toy OS after all. They wouldn't exist on _all_ other platforms if they

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 22 Hours ago by: nospam

nope. to determine that, one only needs to notice that there's a weak signal at one end of the house. no app required. should that happen, simply get a second router and configure both so that devices can roam between them (very easy, a

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 23 Days 23 Hours ago by: sms

You also use those apps to determine if you need to put in a second router. I have a Wi-FI router in an upstairs closet with my cable modem, but the signal was not strong enough downstairs. I ended up running some CAT 6 cable through t

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 24 Days 15 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked Tell us nospam, how do you know where best to position your router? How again does the router know the best position to be in your house?

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 24 Days 15 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

sms <scharf.steven@geemail.com> asked You have a point that the verb we use could change depending on the purpose. As an example, you might simply be curious what Wi-Fi networks are in the area and at what strength and how they're changin

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 24 Days 15 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked In your desperation to excuse the fact that iOS is the _only_ platform that has zero wifi graphical debugging tools, you're now fabricating that I said that Android has a full spectrum analysis (which I

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 24 Days 15 Hours ago by: nospam

that's a separate piece of hardware, which is not free. but at least you admit that android can't do what you falsely claimed it could.

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 24 Days 15 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked I run all the spectrum analysis I want, for free, using my own router's AP. https://help.ui.com/hc/en-us/articles/204950584-airMAX-Using-airView-to-Find-the-Best-Channel Note that these look at _everyt

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 24 Days 16 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

sms <scharf.steven@geemail.com> asked I think the only reason people like nospam are arguing that nobody needs any wifi or cellular graphical debugging tools is that iOS is the _only_ consumer platform that completely lacks graphical radio

Re: Is there an iOS app similar to the Android WiFi Analyzer app?

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Posted: 24 Days 16 Hours ago by: Robin Goodfellow

nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid> asked We see nospam following the predictable path in increasing desperation... 1. First claim the imaginary functionality exists on the Apple App Store. 2. When that fails, say everyone else made Apple remo

Re: The FBI Is Locating Cars By Spying On Their WiFi

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Posted: 26 Days 10 Hours ago by: Johann Beretta

The fact is you were so quick to dismiss someone mentioning Stingray as a conspiracy theory nut. With a lousy 10-second Google search you would have educated yourself. ++++++++++++++++++++++ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stingray_phone

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