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[APP] WifiNotify

5th December 2010, 06:06 PM |#1  
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Hello!

I have programmed an app for my own usage that I want to share.
It's simply a sticky notification showing wifi state (including SSID and other information if connected) and also if clicked, it changes wifi state.

Hope you find it useful!

You can install it from the Amazon Appstore or downloading the attached apk.

Changelog:
Version 2: Now shows an icon in status bar when wifi is on (connected or not)
Some more info.
Version 3: Auto update (on/off and time interval configurable), icon when wifi on configurable, text color and info in notification configurable, bugfixes.
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5th December 2010, 07:22 PM |#2  
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I like it, it does exactly what it says it does. The only thing I could have wished that it did was have some type of way to enter the wifi settings menu when clicked instead of disabling wifi. I haven't found a good shortcut for this yet, as I use two different APs in my house (depending on which area of the house) and Android always connects to the last used one rather then the strongest connection, so I always have to go through and change it manually.

Otherwise, anyone looking for a quick way to check your AP and enable/disable wifi without an extra widget, this is definitely a cool, simple and lightweight app to do so.
5th December 2010, 09:53 PM |#3  
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It's good to know you find it useful.

About accessing wifi settings quickly, you can create a direct shortcut if you use ADW launcher or LaucherPro (I don't know if other launchers have this feature); you have to create a shortcut and then select Activities. In the list that will show up, you can select the settings app and inside it, wifi settings.
7th December 2010, 08:48 AM |#4  
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Icon in Systray would be nice, so u can see that WiFi is active (but not connectecd to a network)
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7th December 2010, 09:47 AM |#5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 5ntrol

Hello!

I have programmed an app for my own usage that I want to share.
It's simply a sticky notification showing wifi state (including SSID if connected) and also if clicked, it changes wifi state.
It does not show any icon in the notification bar.

Hope you find it useful!

Yes I did, however a few things..

I feel the notification bar should also display Connection Speed, Signal Strength in DB with the option to go to connection settings..

Thanks..
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7th December 2010, 06:55 PM |#6  
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I feel the notification bar should also display Connection Speed, Signal Strength in DB with the option to go to connection settings..

i definitely agree. there aren't really any good widgets that show this information, and it is quite useful, in addition to the AP name. if this could be added, it would be near perfect.
8th December 2010, 12:18 AM |#7  
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Thanks for the feedback.

I agree, that info may be useful.
I'll try to show it in the notification.
8th December 2010, 12:56 PM |#8  
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how can I uninstall it from my HTC Desire HD. I use exented controls and have now conflicts when I tab airplane mode with exented controls and then return to normal mode , I have no more network connection
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9th December 2010, 07:58 AM |#9  
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You can uninstall it like any other application. It should appear in the list of installed programs.
Anyway I don't understand your problem. Do you receive any errors? This application has nothing to do with your network connection... it only shows wifi state and changes its state but doesn't touch anything else.
13th January 2011, 11:51 PM |#10  
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Originally Posted by ozgreg

Yes I did, however a few things..

I feel the notification bar should also display Connection Speed, Signal Strength in DB with the option to go to connection settings..

Thanks..

I think this would be a great improve to your app.
Whats the status?
Thanks great app btw
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