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Re: WiFi Jamming

PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:25 pm
by Gizmo

Re: WiFi Jamming

PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 7:46 am
by M01cclamma
Ever thought of cell phone jammers wifi blocker? This is a handheld device
that disables signals from another phone and causes the other phone to
stop working. I saw some on websites for sale but cost too much. Anybody
know how to find one at a real cheap price? And I am a Verizon
customer. Bob

Re: WiFi Jamming

PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 7:47 am
by M01cclamma
Ever thought of cell phone jammers wifi blocker? This is a handheld device
that disables signals from another phone and causes the other phone to
stop working. I saw some on websites for sale but cost too much. Anybody
know how to find one at a real cheap price? And I am a Verizon
customer. Bob

Re: WiFi Jamming

PostPosted: Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:20 pm
by giupmat
XaRDaX wrote:Hello!

It's one week that i'm testing my new MK802 III and i've noticed a big problem: when it's connected to a wifi network is tremendously slow (max 500 kb/s) and it's jamming all the wifi networks on every channel (1-14).
It seems that the quality of the wifi signal is very high ( 4 bars ). I don't know where the problem come from, maybe some firmware issues?
Any suggestions?

I truly hope someone that someone can help me to solve that problem...

I have a very similar problem with a brand new MK802III. It sends his IP request thru the network and when the connection is established the notification icon appears as if there was no signal. No further action over network is possible. It seems that the quality of the wifi signal is the best. I did a lot of tests with a TP-Link WiFi extender, other WiFi channel, other router. Everything with same results...
Any idea?