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nettype [2019/02/10 13:09]
Toni Corvera [Screenshots] Fixed wrong submission
nettype [2019/07/26 01:51]
Toni Corvera [Known Issues] Added signal strength issues
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 ===== Details and download ===== ===== Details and download =====
  
-<del>Check its [[playstore>​net.outlyer.nettype|Google Play Store page]]</​del>​. +Check its [[playstore>​net.outlyer.nettype|Google Play Store page]].
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-<WRAP important>​ +
-As of February 2019 Network Type Indicator is suspended from the Google Play Store for //policy violations//​ (because it includes a link to my [[donations|donations]] page). +
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 ===== Compatibility ===== ===== Compatibility =====
  
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-<​dl><​dt>​Cyanogenmod and DC-HSPA</​dt>​+<dl> 
 +<​dt>​Signal strength is incorrectly reported as disconnected</​dt>​ 
 +<​dd>​Some makers don't allow apps to read signal strength values. As far as I can tell there'​s no way around this nor is there a way to know for sure if there'​s no signal or the device just doesn'​t report it.</​dd>​ 
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 +<​dt>​Cyanogenmod and DC-HSPA</​dt>​
 <​dd>​Dual carrier HSPA can't be detected with the standard Android API, however it can on Cyanogenmod. The current version of Network Type Indicator doesn'​t understand the value used on CM, so it is reported as "​unknown"​. <​dd>​Dual carrier HSPA can't be detected with the standard Android API, however it can on Cyanogenmod. The current version of Network Type Indicator doesn'​t understand the value used on CM, so it is reported as "​unknown"​.
 Support for it will be added in an upcoming update.</​dd>​ Support for it will be added in an upcoming update.</​dd>​
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