Discussion in 'Electronics and Consumer Durables' started by Yogesh Sarkar, Sep 9, 2011.
Any app for cleaning RAM ?
is small and good app for me.
It clears temp memory also.
Check proper check boxes for first time when cleaning.
There is no point of clearing RAM in Android OS. Android clears RAM on its own, on need basis.
A reboot once a few days would be good enough.
Thanks to both
For an emergency
an app needs to breathe.
This Power Clean can help at this moment.
I sparingly use this app for RAM cleaning in Micromax as OS is best and do not run background apps unnecessarily.
For Samsung S3 I have to clear RAM every now & then.
Check your software & Decide accordingly.
Well i use galaxy note II
Any recommendations for that ?
Power Clean is good.
It has alone RAM booster also that cleans RAM fast enough.
Power Clean - Optimize Cleaner
Thanks for that
Network showing app ?
Anyone knows ?
Any app to know mobile network signal coverage like this site:
This has its own app for Android and iphone both:
With OpenSignal you can map cellular coverage, find Wi-Fi hotspots, test and improve your reception & get faster data.
✓ Signal compass points you in the direction your signal is coming from, just walk towards it!
✓ WiFi map allows you to easily locate nearby public networks.
✓ Coverage maps allow you see the best/worst places for signal.
✓ Speedtest feature allows you to see the true speed of your connection (download, upload & latency)
✓ NetworkRank shows which carrier is best in your area
✓ See local cell towers
✓ Free and ad-free
You can also:
✓ Help improve our crowdsourced and impartial maps by contributing data.
✓ Share your findings and compare your connection with other users.
✓ View your history of signal readings
✓ Test upload, download and latency
✓ Save your data to SD card
✓ Signal booster for compatible phones
SMS Permission required to count the number of SMS sent to track your usage, SMS are never read (use a packet sniffer to check!)
Phone settings permission allows network reset on certain Android versions
Based on our community-generated data we are able to help keep you better connected by giving you a practical solution to the problems of slow mobile internet and dropped calls. Simply follow our signal compass to walk towards better phone signal or see our in-app coverage maps to work out which carrier is best for where you are, useful if you're thinking about changing. Our wifi maps help you find local public-access wireless networks (WAPs).
We use Google Maps in our apps, email us if you cannot access Google Maps, email us to request another map technology.
The Stats tab helps you to keep track of your usage, so there’s no danger of you going over your plan limit on data, voice or text. (NB – this is why the app needs permission to access contacts and SMS, these are the permissions needed to count calls and texts, messages are never accessed or read!).
Maps not updated in real-time. Don’t worry though, we log the information you share with us to improve our coverage maps and signal information. We’re working hard to make sure the data you contribute to the project is available to everyone as quickly as possible.
- Not all towers and wireless routers are in our database - we’re working on it!
- Verizon & Sprint (CDMA) users will see only one connected tower at a time
- Moving in the direction of your cell tower (the signal compass) will not always improve reception due to interference effects/local geography.
- For GSM, cell tower are identified via cell id and location area code (CID and LAC)
- For CDMA cell towers are identified via Network ID, Base sub-station ID and system ID (NID, BSSID and SID).
If you read to here (!) you should really join the OpenSignal beta to help us improve the app:
Want something that makes it even easier to find free Wi-Fi? Using data from OpenSignal users we've built an app dedicated to getting connected to free Wi-Fi and crowdsourcing even more points: WifiMapper -get it here https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.opensignal.wifi
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