Fix Unstable WiFi and Get Reliable Internet

Alex GizisHow To, Improve Internet Reliability

Solved: Unstable WiFi on Smartphone. How to Fix? WiFi is simply a type of radio wave. Regulators actually require that WiFi be relatively easy to disrupt. That is why too many networks on the same frequency can cause issues or why certain other electrical devices sometimes cause WiFi to go out temporarily. But, another problem with WiFi is that Android … Read More

WiFi Auto Join Disabled? What You Need to Know

Alex GizisHow To, Improve Internet Reliability

Configure Auto Join for WiFi the Smart Way WiFi is one of the most important functionalities on any mobile device. It allows you to access the Internet from almost anywhere without having to pay for expensive mobile data. One feature both Android and iOS devices offer is to auto join WiFi networks. If you your WiFi auto join has been … Read More

Why You Want Smart Auto Switch Between WiFi and Mobile

Alex GizisCombining Internet Connections, How To

How to Auto Switch between WiFi and Mobile the Smart Way One of the biggest challenges for many mobile phone users is maintaining Internet connectivity. Cell signal strength and WiFi networks are constantly fluctuating. Even small, momentary changes in signal can lead to lengthy Internet connection interruptions. When your mobile device loses a WiFi connection, it can take several precious … Read More

What to Do if Smart Network Switch Uses Too Much Data

Alex GizisCombining Internet Connections, How To

Too Much Data Usage with Samsung’s Smart Network Switch? Here’s a Tested Fix! Samsung rolled out a new feature it was sure was going to be a killer app. But, many customers have found that Smart Network Switch isn’t very smart and it uses too much data. It also prevents you from knowing how much data you are actually using. … Read More

Get Continuous Connectivity on Your Smartphone

Alex GizisHow To, Improve Internet Reliability

How Continuous Connectivity Makes Your Smartphone Even Smarter The best thing about having a smartphone is having a continuous Internet connection. Except, most of the time the connection isn’t continuous. Continuous connectivity for most people is a dream, but not a reality. Their cell signal fluctuates between full bars and one bar. Their phone holds onto a WiFi connection long … Read More