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26th August 2014, 08:06 PM |#1  
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Just rooted my note 3 an I'm sure I was reading about an app earlier today where I could have data speeds in the notication bar
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Just rooted my note 3 an I'm sure I was reading about an app earlier today where I could have data speeds in the notication bar
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There are a number of ways to do this, most of which include installing a custom rom to your Note 3. If you want the easiest way to do it without a custom rom, download the Xposed Installer app. You have to enable the firmware and reboot. Then head over to the download tab and search for NetworkSpeedIndicator and install it. Then head back to main screen and click on Modules tab. Activate the network speed indicator module by clicking on the empty check box to the right of it. Then reboot and when phone restarts just open the app for the network speed indicator and adjust settings as desired. Profit...
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Thanks got it working.
Some excellent things in that installer

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Yeah, Xposed is a great place to start if you want to see what your phone is really capable of doing with mods. If you decide to go with a custom rom to remove all the bloatware, I would recommend Dynamic Kat. It has the speed indicator built into the rom settings and it is a super fast and battery saving rom.
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Appreciated think that's my next step.



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Just been reading that thread. Defo gonna install. Just want to read up so not asking noob questions lol

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Just been reading that thread. Defo gonna install. Just want to read up so not asking noob questions lol

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We all ask a noob question every now and then. That's why I love XDA so much because odds are there is someone who has the expertise to answer what you may not understand.
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you can also see by installing app like Internet Speed Meter Lite on google Play Store.

download and configure as you want.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ter.lite&hl=en

enjoy.
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