1. mojo321's Avatar
    The icon to show you are connected to WIFI does not provide connection strength information. It just shows a dot if available and no dot if not. I have three main WIFI servers in my building. When I switch from floor to floor, my old phone (apple) would show which was the strongest, and I would switch to it. But this WP is only showing all the available wifi with the same, weak signal. If I didn't already know which one was the strongest, I'd be getting frustrated by now for sure.

    Please make the WIFI icon show signal strength.
    04-21-2014 09:52 AM
  2. anon(5718954)'s Avatar
    It does in fact show the signal strength. Which phone model do you own?
    04-21-2014 10:55 AM
  3. mojo321's Avatar
    After walking right up to the router, the little arcs lit up white finally. It's almost like the "response curve" of the symbol is off kilter. It is not sensitive enough at the bottom, but it has a hair trigger on the upper end. I think the problem is only the symbol, not the actual receiver, because my internet response is plenty good, even when it shows all grey. And my iphone shows two arcs on the wifi symbol. in the same location.
    04-21-2014 11:07 AM

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