GET PERFECT SIGNAL ALWAYS

GET PERFECT SIGNAL ALWAYS



what's going on guys and today I'll be showing you how to maintain a strong data signal so there are really two main reasons why you could be getting bad reception or maybe why you're not getting reception as good as you would like one of those is well your distance from the cell tower and another is the obstruction of objects or things that are in the way so I'm be showing you guys five ways to maintain that signal for free without having to get something like a actual physical booster or a femtocell or something like that so the first thing I'd always tell people to check is to make sure that you charge your phone because most phones these days regardless if it's an iPhone and Android or even a Windows Phone use data optimization alongside their battery optimization if your phone has low battery then it has to conserve its battery by cutting ends in other places one of the places it cuts its power consumption from is receiving a strong signal or pushing to get a strong signal from your tower there's always the chance that you could be in an area where you just don't simply have a tower that is within your range and your signal is just very bad so you have to resort to things like Wi-Fi calling if you truly want to get the highest quality most new smart phones rather it's an Android or an iPhone will have this feature enabled in most carriers especially the main carriers like AT&T Sprint Verizon and even smaller prepaid carriers like Boost version and Cricut offer this service to do this in iOS you simply have to go to your settings you have to go to your phone setting option and then you need to select Wi-Fi calling there you will have the ability to turn on Wi-Fi calling or turn it off for Android devices you'll need to go to your phone's wireless and network settings select more or more network options and then enable Wi-Fi calling one helpful tip that many people may not know about is that if you are having bad cellular connection in a car you have to understand that well your car is a giant mess obstructing object and it definitely does not help yourself on receive a signal especially with all of your windows up so to get a stronger signal all you have to do is roll down your windows many times this doubles triples or even quadruple someone's connection rather you're on the mover just curious it's very important to actually know which tower you have in your area and how many you have and what the strength is and you can do this by simply downloading an app called open signal which is available on all iOS and Android devices once you download the app it will allow you to do things like check your network coverage it'll also allow you to find the best towers in your area and will also compare the connection and signal strength of all the major network providers in your area so when it comes to actually measuring a signal we use something called decibels which in short term is DB now when it comes to actually measuring out the signal strength the actual strength ranges from negative 50 to negative 120 negative 50 being the best and negative 120 being the worst while this is actual math and there is nothing to do to change this there is no industry standard to measure the DB and also label it with the signal bars that means that any network provider or product creator can label bars according to however they feel it should be labeled on the DB which means you could have a sprint phone that has three bars and is literally half the strength of a verizon phone that has one bar so to truly check your signal you're gonna want to make sure you look at the actual DB range on an iPhone you're gonna need to go into something called field testing mode on an Android phone this is pretty easy and it's always been pretty easy all you have to do is simply go to your network and status settings and you should see your DB range in the menu all you have to do is walk around your home or the area you're at to find the closest DB to negative fifty and well you've hit your hotspot for iPhones this inquire a couple more steps first you're gonna want to go into your settings you're gonna want to go to cellular cellular data options enable LTE in turn LTE off now you're gonna want to go to your phone app and go to the keypad next dial star 3 0 0 1 pound 1 2 3 4 5 pound star and press the call button once you do this it will launch the field test mode where you'll see a bunch of bars and dots and a bunch of other information on the page you'll see a negative number and that is your decimal signal strength which should be followed by the carrier and then the network type it's actually a very smart practice especially in your home to do this wait about 30 to 60 seconds and then make sure you record that decibel strength everywhere in your home so that way you know where your weakest and your strongest signal spots are now that you have your decibel readings if you live in an area that has multiple towers you can use that to direct which towers you would like to use and if you find a tower that you actually like and you decide that you want to use that for the most part when it comes to your cellular signal you can then easily go to your airplane mode and enable airplane mode on your device and then wait about three or four maybe five seconds and then disable airplane mode when you do this it will reset your phone signal and it will push your phone to reconnect to the closest tower because your phone's don't always connect directly to the closest tower in your area which would be annoying it would cause your phone to be connecting to multiple towers all day many many many times in a day there is often a delay if you use that at the right time to connect to a tower that you would like your delay will last giving you the strongest signal out of anyone else in your area so that was the top 5 ways to maintain the strongest cellular signal on your device thanks for watching guys please comment rate subscribe 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