Originally Posted by nevertells2
The speed that data moves at(802.11a,b,g,n,a/c) has nothing to do with the frequency on which it moves, either 2.4ghz or 5ghz. The 2.4ghz spectrum is becoming extremely crowded. We are fortunate enough to own a tablet that can take advantage of either band if one owns a wireless router that has both. And I did say "If your router has a 5ghz radio".
Don't waste your money on a router that supports the a/c standard unless you already own or plan to own a WiFi device that uses a/c. You are going to be spending $150+ for a decent a/c router. Beware of $49 a/c routers.
I was suggesting that you switch to the 5ghz side of your router, of course if you owned one. Like I said, it's not crowded in 5ghz land.
Nobody on my street uses 5ghz band either...it's lonely looking on the wifi monitor....all on my own on ch. 36 too! Doesn't cut through walls as well though, so I do still flip to 2.4 now and again.
Quite impressed that the TP uses 5ghz though...
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Originally Posted by ahelper2
Hey all, I just did a clean install of the 6.0.1-nightly-2016.03.19 build on my touchpad and have had screen flickering issues right from the start. I grabbed relevant logs from dmesg, ksgl-3d0 freaking out here: pastebin.com/CFaC86zv
Not quite sure what triggers this, I don't see a pattern on what apps are affected, however for me, it is quite reliable to trigger this on powering off the screen (as seen in dmesg log). I'll check up on earlier testing releases and see what other versions have the same flickering. Regardless, anyone else seeing this sort of thing?
I was just mentioning this a few posts ago...just restart, and it should go away. It happened to me on fresh install (every time!). It's a feature!
Do you also get blue vertical lines on boot? I expect you do.
Don't install Google Now Launcher, or at least disable Ok Google - it proper borks the ROM. Other than that it feels okay.
...and don't expect BlueTooth to work. Mine is choppy on audio, but sort of working. BT file transfer doesn't work at all.