Connection Checker for Android
XDA member Lunacy1134 presents Connection Checker for your Android device. If your WIFI or Mobile connection drops often, this application will let you know when your network is down and will try to fix it. This is very useful when you have crappy connections. Featuring a very easy to use interface, the app keeps a log of when the connection goes down and works with all mobile types: 4G, 3G, and Wifi connections.
As this is the first release, some bugs may be present. So, please leave your feedback to help improve this app.
Originally posted by Lunacy1134
[App] Connection Checker
Hi – I’m a new Android developer and would like to get your feedback on my first app, Connection Checker.
Description: If your Wifi or Mobile connection drops out all the time, Connection Checker will let you know when your network is down and will try to fix it.
Use it when you have crummy Wifi connections or when your mobile connection disconnects too often.
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