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wahmed wrote:As you have probably heard me say I have the best internet, but im visiting a friend and get poor signals on the room im stayi.g. Is there an app that works to boost wifi signalsI've never heard of anything like that. The only thing I could think of (which would only help to avoid this in the future, in this case) would be to talk to your cell phone provider about how much it would cost to be able to create an internet hotspot with your smart phone. I've never actually bothered with this myself though so I'm not sure how much it would cost or how well it would actually work.
Namo wrote:Usually, Wi-Fi signals do not work well through concrete or any kind of thick walls. I don't think there are apps that help to boost the signals, but there are Wi-Fi repeaters, which should help to spread the signal around the house.^ True.
pwarbi wrote:There's definitely things you can buy to boost the distance that your WiFi signal reaches, but I think the OP was talking about the actual speed, due to having different devices attached, rather than the actual range.Oh, if that's the case, then it might be as simple as disconnecting devices that aren't in use. I know some phones have an option to disable being connected to the internet if they're locked. Perhaps making it so that the devices that are in use take priority would be a fix?
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