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Outlook Fing - cool android program

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by AndDEVguyz123, Jul 27, 2011.

  1. AndDEVguyz123

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    Today I found a cool android program that scans your network called overlook ring. I never realized how many wifi enabled devices I have on my network. I am interested to know if I have a lot or normal amount. Share what u got.

    My list:
    Sony viao laptop
    IPod touch 3rd Gen
    Roommate droid device
    Moto xoom
    old ps3
    roku device
     

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    Yes cool program I didn't know about. I have 5 nodes showing.
    My router, repeater, my Evo 4g, iPod touch4 and a Cricket Zio.
     
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    Yup, I know about Overlook Fing.
    overlook fing screenshot.jpg
     
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    Actually you're network is probably of average size. Last time I checked my network I had close to 20 devices listed... :eek:

    Moving thread to the Android Applications forum...
     
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    With most routers you can just log onto the router and find that same info on a screen that's typically called "DHCP client list", so personally I wouldn't waste my phone's memory on that app, but that's just me.
     

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