I'm not referring to wifi disconnecting when the phone sleeps - that's entirely different. I mean, my wifi speed drops to near dial up speed immediately when I turn the screen off. When I turn the screen back on, it kicks back up to broadband. For example, I installed modern combat 3 because it was on sale for 99 cents. It's nearly a gigabyte in size and I obviously wanted to do it via wifi. When the download started, it was cruising by at appx 1 Megabyte/sec (~8 Mbps), but immediately when I turned the screen off, it slows down to something like 5% of that speed (I didn't do any exact measurements). Does anyone know if this is by design or a bug? Is it something unique to the Gnex or ICS? Do we have an exact figure on what it's throttled down to? My wifi setting on the phone is set not to sleep, so please don't suggest that... Plus, as I said, it's not disconnecting but merely severely throttling.