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[Q] How to increase mobile signal

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8th January 2014, 09:37 AM   |  #1  
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I have a very strong network signal outside my house or near my window. But inside my house the signal strength is very poor. Is there any external antenna to recieve strong signals.?? ( other than cell phone repeaters)
I live in india. Network- TATA DOCOMO

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I have a very strong network signal outside my house or near my window. But inside my house the signal strength is very poor. Is there any external antenna to recieve strong signals.?? ( other than cell phone repeaters)
I live in india. Network- TATA DOCOMO

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Don't know much about it but I think you need external devices to detect the slow range
12th February 2014, 09:26 PM   |  #3  
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some Siemens phones had on the back an antenna jack, with those yes you could enhance the signal with only an external antenna
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5 Quick Ways to Boost Your Cell Phone:

1. A simple piece of wire

Very simple and cheap method using insulated wire.

2. Major boost using empty cans

This one got me from zero bars to three bars, in an area I never get a signal in. I keep this one in the trunk when the weather sucks. The additional wires I got on eBay for a few bucks each. Takes less than five minutes, looks stupid but works well.

3. The paper clip booster

This one didn't work as well as I had hoped, but it did give me an extra bar (which is great when you have zero bars). Good if you're in the office and need to use your cell, maybe for making one of those "personal" calls.


4. The Tesla coil effect

Hands down the easiest one I found. All you need is tape and those little twisty-ties you get with cheap garbage/sandwich bags. Worked better than the paper clip for me.

5. An old radio antenna
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19th February 2014, 07:16 AM   |  #5  
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this year the mobile signal is weeker than ever. When I wanna upload an picture or share sth with friends. it is not available. uhhh
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Did you try to root your phone and check any cutom ROM? In my case custom ROM gave me much better signal on my SGS3

Good luck!
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How to increase signal i9001
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How to increase mobile signal Samsung Galaxy S plus i9001 CyanogenMod 9.
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is it possible that the surrounding houses are aluminum sided."
if so the signal is getting bounced rather than absorbed. this creates whats called "signal bounce confusion"

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