Increase Signal StrengthTips

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  1. smokinjoe1979

    smokinjoe1979 Well-Known Member

    Does anyone have a tip to increase signal strength when the cell towers around you are crappy?

  2. colmmcgrath

    colmmcgrath Well-Known Member

    Install the app called 'One-Click Signal Booster'.
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  3. smokinjoe1979

    smokinjoe1979 Well-Known Member

    just installed the app. the only real trial will be once i go to school on monday. good thing i didn't pay for the app....

    so far the "One Click Signal Booster" has done me no good.
  4. k28king1

    k28king1 Well-Known Member

    Those apps are useless. Software cannot fix a bad cell connection. Sorry
  5. smokinjoe1979

    smokinjoe1979 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, that's what I figured. I was looking for an easy fix to a bad situation.

  6. sik00

    sik00 Well-Known Member

    I don't know if boost does it (sprint does), you may be a candidate for an airwave if the signal around your house is bad.
  7. smokinjoe1979

    smokinjoe1979 Well-Known Member

  8. tombob

    tombob Well-Known Member

  9. rspaulding

    rspaulding Active Member

    I don't get a signal in my house and just barely do if I stand in the right place in the yard.

    I am running a LG Marquee on Boost Mobile. And my wife is using an Optimus V on Virgin. Mobile.

    I don't mind putting an antenna on the house or something but all those systems seem very expensive and I am not really sure which one would even do what I want.

    All I want is for my phone to get a signal in my house.

    I would switch carriers but none seem to work any better. I have verizon for my work phone. And it is no better.

    Any advice on a reasonably priced antenna and router type thing would be greatly appreciated.
  10. aiq

    aiq Member

    The only solution: move to an area with better signal or get a phone with better reception.
  11. rspaulding

    rspaulding Active Member

    There are several systems like the airave out there designed for all kinds of phones,

    They are just expensive. And moving is not an option.
  12. jackbquick123

    jackbquick123 Well-Known Member

    I understand your issue, I have the same problem. every carrier cant get a strong signal where I live. Where I work is the same way but they have installed the repeaters or boosters for sprint network so I reap the benifits at work. At home I have wifi so I got an app called groove IP that works great. A friend of mine tried it and works for them also and they are using the free version. Its not perfect but what is. It works good enough to use it. You go thru Google talk and you can even get a local number assigned so you can also receive calls , and its all free.
    Hope this helps

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