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Old December 13th, 2013, 08:09 AM   #179 (permalink)
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Download an app called Network Signal Info, what does it say your dBm and asu is?

You also might be able to get this info via Settings -> About Phone -> Status (or thereabouts).
Settings > About > Network is where you'll find it (at least it is on mine, running a 4.3 Sense ROM).

Note that small variations in position can change these things - I just moved mine one phone width to the side and it went from -71 dBm to -69, moved it back, turned to type this, and it's now reading -75. So don't read too much into small differences, and if you compare 2 phones do swap their positions after a while.

Different phones, or different software on the same phone, give you different numbers of bars for the same signal. The real test is, as said, whether it works - if you can make and receive calls in all of the places you could previously then it's fine, whatever the bars say.
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