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just a heads up you do not need to pay anything extra besides the SIM card to run speedtests on the speedtest app
Yeah, I've been using a portable hotspot for work. As long as cell reception is good, pings and packetloss are just fine.
Honestly you can load up fast.com or install a speedtest app on your phone to get a feel for what'd be like.
LTE isn't quite as good as being on cable at home, but it's not that bad.
The "Google Internet Speed Test" gives very different results compared to Ookla Speed Test.
I get 64mbps with Google compared to 370 with Ookla. That is 4G with Telstra in Brisbane.
Here are my results for both tests, note the time is only one minute difference.
Just for interests sake, would you be able to run the test again using Ookla? Thanks.
Você tocou bem na ferida e a resposta para essa questão é bem simples, depende do seu estado, do seu município e do seu bairro. Mas, presumo, que só a pesquisa estatal já lhe dê uma boa base, lembre-se que, recomendado antes do técnico ir embora, você baixar o SpeedTest, pois as provedoras do BR tem a mania de tentar te passar a perna. Boa sorte, OP.
Ok, you have high latency while testing ping with some tools. But do you have any issues? Do you notice the network is slow? Or you only notice while using that tool?
Can you try speedtest and post a screen shot? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest&hl=en
The speed test app actually shows speed test run by other users using Wi-Fi and Cellular connection. So obviously what you'd be interested is a cellular connection speed.
The interference isn't so much the wind, as it's (probably) more to do with line of sight between you and the tower. For the movement of trees to affect your streaming experience so drastically, your phone must be on the very edge of coverage. Try a different vantage point with better speeds.
Another thing to consider is network congestion and deprioritization. If your plan is anything but Magenta Max, you may run into what's called network deprioritization. This happens when you've gone past your plans prioritization threshold, while whichever tower(s) your cellphone happens to be connected to is congested (momentarily overwhelmed). Rarely happens in my experience, this of course varies by region, time of day, maintenance, etc.
Lastly, have you tried live-streaming using other services? YouTube and Twitch come to mind. Family / friends don't need to create an account in either one to access your feed.
To test your T-Mobile speeds use SpeedTest (By Ookla). It will connect to T-Mobile servers and not count towards your regular data usage (thus not affecting prioritization).
Have you done a quick speedtest (Speedtest by Ookla) on the Pixel when the dropouts occur, to check how the upload is? Assuming your hotspot and pixel are on the same cellular network, they should have similar performance and you can check for congestion.
If you can, try Strongswan instead on the Android TV box, and use IKEv2. IKEv2 should give better speeds. Also, you could try using this for speed tests.
That is strange.
YouTube simply tests your internet speed and chooses the best quality. Even I face sometime this issue but then the quality catches up. Google does not like to show that loading screen to anyone!
Better run the app Speedtest.
Ok, this will be very detailed with several different things to try, so just take it slow and try each one carefully.
1) This has solved nearly every issue I have ever had with BBS. Open up Settings > Application Manager > Bleach. I know, you've cleared the cache....but don't do that now. Instead, at the top right, under the icon, you will see "Force Stop". Press it, and click Ok. Relaunch the game, see if it works, if not, move on.
2) Next, try (again), Settings > More Networks > Mobile Networks. Ensure Mobile Data (and, I personally check Data Roaming) are both checked. Then click Access Point Names. You should see 1...internet (ndo under that). Now, top right ... menu, click. And hit Restore to Defaults.
3) Go to Settings > Data Usage. Make sure that you a) have Mobile Network checked, b) do not have Set Mobile Data limit checked, c) Are not at you're Carriers Data Cap, and d) under that same menu, scroll down and find Bleach. Make sure Restrict Background Data isn't checked.
4) Finally...if all of that fails...make sure you are on 4G, and not Wi-Fi. Download and install this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest
Once finished, run it, and reply back with your results (if nothing else works).
Could you run a SpeedTest on your phone (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest&hl=en) and on a laptop/desktop device (http://www.speedtest.net/) preferrably on wifi, and see what the results for both of those are?
Run a speed test using the app and then screenshot it. Screenshot method depends on the phone, you have to look it up. On my S6, it's power + home button.
Android app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest
Lol I'm surprised the Dimension 3000 even booted! I have a couple laying around somewhere that are probably close to a decade old....
Anyway since you got 44mbps on the Ethernet link it's obviously not your ISP. Ugh that wifi analysis - nobody wins in a setup like that. Even though nothing is really being picked up by your phone/PC I would try changing the channel on the router to 11 and see what you get. I really don't think that's it but worth a shot.
Beyond that can you do a speedtest from your phone and see what kind of results you get? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest&hl=en Maybe even test from a few different locations and see if anything changes.
This is the go to app I was referring too.
Though I wouldn't expect things to be much better.
With speeds like that, you might be better off not having LTE turned on. :-/
That typo tho.
Well I was comparing s22 ultra's and iphone 13 Pro Max's internet speed so I ran the test way too many times until I was satisfied and that caused rising/hot temperature on both devices.
Since both phones are new and ridiculously expensive I was concerned.
I used this [app](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest on both devices for testing.
So no damage you say?
No, my phone new, so no damage right even if it gets hot during the speed test? It doesn't get very hot that you can't hold it.
I use this use
Kas sul jookseb kodu juurde / korterisse valguskaabel? Kui jah, siis võta see.
Kui ei, siis võta Telia / Elisaga ühendust, et äkki tahavad mõõtma tulla. Kui jah, vali kõige paremate tulemustega nett
Kui ei taha tulla, siis võta oma nutitelefon ja laadi alla Speedtest by Ookla ning mõõda kui hea nett su operaatoriga on. Seejärel kutsu külla sõber, kellel on teine operaator, ning vaata tema omaga ka kui kiire on.
Oh.. turns out I understood you right the first time after all. (I removed my previous comment because I thought I had misread you).
You are getting 5G. It's not always "on" because all US 5G networks are actually NSA, and the handshaking happens over a LTE carrier signal. You'll see a "NR NSA" section popping up if you actually send/receive data.
One thing you can try is to run the Okla Speedtest. Don't pay too much attention to the actual speeds, but the result screen will have a little circle with "5G" or "LTE" inside it.
Don't expect too much of it though. I typically get 150-300 Mbps downloads on "5G" (n5), vs. 50-200 Mbps on LTE.
So to clarify, you currently have mobile data and MMS working? What does "rather slow" mean - did you try running a speed test?
Or this one?
I am assuming the former, but those are the only two that come up as speedtest and this device(assuming store means compatible).
Just researched, Wow the p is much better! I will have to verify I dont have p. But I dont think I do.
Out of curiosity, what results do you get from Ookla Speedtest anything above 10mb and you should be ok for 720p or 1080p.
Are you using same connection on both devices? Or are you using your home connection on your computer and 5g on your phone?
Would the stream work if you connect the phone to your wifi network or would the issues continue?
If your ping is showing this when you're doing a speed test, this will be the whole household. Doubt the Switch is causing this, but is weird nonetheless. It could be hardware issues, or line quality issues. Try unplugging the router for a few minutes, and try again, and keep an eye on the ping every once and a while. Anything short of trying another router, it could be line quality issues, which your ISP would either have to fix, or you if you can check lines in your house. If it's caused from outside lines not attached to your house, it should be on them and shouldn't charge you for a service charge. It could be a crap ethernet cable too. If you end up replacing these cables make sure to get CAT 6, or CAT 6A to make sure you're future proofed for faster speeds, and quality lines. That's if it's the root of your issues. It's a pain in the ass to keep up, and checking for quality issues for me.
Speetest also has an app. I'm not sure if it's up on iOS.
Edit: Found that someone else had a similar issue in 2018
Install this app to check your internet speed. If it displays low then simply the router has a poor bandwidth. But there could be other factors that could slow your internet speed so I suggest that you do some research
Uploads are usually faster on LTE unless you have a lot of upload bandwidth (most ISPs only advertise download speeds, not upload speeds). To see the real upload speed of your connection, use something like the Speedtest app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest
Download the Ookla Speedtest app on your Android Phone or your iPhone and try it that way. My computer is showing download speeds roughly 1/3 of the speed I'm getting on my phone. I'm paying for 400 Mbps, and the speed showing on my phone at this moment is about 300 Mbps, where my computer is topping out between 95-100 Mbps. My computer is on Wifi like my phone, and both on the same wireless channel. I'm also using the standard Xfinity wireless router because of the Wireless TV box that requires it.
>u/AlwaysUseSeatbelt - ...oneplus 6 and have used lineage since August. But just now I discovered that I cant use internet when on mobile network and on a call at the same time. Anyone with same problems?
On a Galaxy S5 G900M LineageOS 16.0 klte build 2020-01-06 + Open GApps Pico + LineageOS AddonSU, WiFi off, on mobile data H+ & Kolbi a Costa Rican provider:
* No call & Speedtest by Ookla¹ reports download speed of 4.59 Mbps.
* Started a call first then used Speedtest: download speed of 0.06 Mbps.
The S5 klte does not support VoLTE.
¹ - If you are a Speedtest user or install it, to save power & privacy: Privacy Guard > Speedtest > set Start at power up & Get usage stats to Ignored and in Speedtest > Settings > disable Network signal scanning and > Analytics > toggle off. That's why they want to run in the background: to collect your data.
I don't own a FireStick, but I'm willing to bet there aren't Internet Speed Test apps you can download on it. If there are, use one of those! But if not, download one on your phone. I recommend Speedtest by Ookla - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest
Once installed, hold your phone next to or as close to your FireStick as possible, and run the speed test. It's not as good as running a speed test directly from the FireStick, but it's as good as you can get.
You'll be looking for speeds of at least 20Mb/s (that's lowercase b, as in Megabits, not B as in MegaBytes... 8Mb/s = ~1MB/s)
EDIT: XJ and Clitoral_Pioneer are also correct. Assuming your WiFi speeds are good at the FireStick, then you'll want to look at your transcoding capability on the server.
Check out "Speedtest by Ookla" - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest
Check out "LTE Discovery" - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.simplyadvanced.ltediscovery
Those should help ya.
Dificilmente chegará aos 20 mbs em qualquer uma delas, a não ser que estejas numa zona privilegiada de rede. Isso é a velocidade contratual e o limite máximo oferecido pela rede, mas não quer dizer que tenhas esses valores.
Experimenta com esta app no telemóvel, usando dados móveis e não Wi-Fi. Vê que valores te dá.
I disagree. I tried with Speedtest app and NordVPN.
The nearest server when I'm connected to a french server is Paris (not where I am) and a german city when I'm connected to a german server.
Hm. I am absolutely inventing this, but I suspect FB checks your bandwidth before enabling the 'go live' button, and that you are failing their test for some reason. Checking your bandwidth definitely wouldn't hurt. You could also check to see how strong of a signal your phone is receiving, and whether or not there are any other wifi networks broadcasting on the same frequency channel, competing for your phone's attention ;)
So what you're saying is... stuff that needs a fast and consistently reliable connection is not working well, but websites (that don't) are working fine.
Sounds like your broadband connection has a slow speed. Download a bandwidth speed tester app (like this one https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest) and test your bandwidth.
You need at least 4Mbit/s, preferably 8, to stream HD video.
Use the Speedtest app,
for less overhead and more accurate results.
Do a speed test with AdGuard off and Adguard on. Then post sreenshot of both scenarios.
This one doesn't count as well: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest&hl=en
Here's the most popular app on Google Play
It's called Speedtest by Ookla.
Android link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest&hl=en
iOS link: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/speedtest-by-ookla/id300704847
Site is http://beta.speedtest.net
App is from the same people. iOS / Android.
Run the test when no one else at home is using the internet.
On a PC:
www.speedtest.net or http://beta.speedtest.net/
On a Android phone:
Go to here and then run a speedtest and share your results.
run a speed test that is not served by ookla. They serve more than speedtest.net. i know they serve speedtest, timewarner, and a comcast speed test.
site you should not use for a speedtest: all of these sites use ookla as the engine to run a speed test. ookla is in cahoots with ISPs to serve better numbers than you actually get.
ookla speed test android app
ookla ios app
http://www.cox.com/residential/internet/speed-test.cox (really cox? i thought you were cool)
http://www.netindex.com/ (just links to ookla speedtest.net )
http://speedtest.wowway.com/ (the ISP OP was complaining about)
There are way, way more, but I'm done avoiding studying now so im going to stop there. All of these speed tests have the Ookla brand on them in a corner.
You can always test wifi speed by using speedtest app.
Yup - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest&hl=en_US&gl=US
Ookla speed test app Oakla speed test on Google play store
Don't use Googles internet speed test. It's in inaccurate. Use this app.
It still doesn't seem to be available in the Play Store website nor the Android TV Play Store.
I can give you a website, but if you're on Android just download this app:
I use it almost everyday lol
Please do a test and connect via ethernet cable the Xbox to the Modem directly. Try the Ping to see what difference we have between Wired and Wireless ,
What is the bandwidth you have available ?
Perform a Speedtest to verify it -
https://www.speedtest.net/ (wired) Windows
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest (android) Wifi
Versuch mal ein Speedtest auf dem Handy direkt:
You can find the closest 5G tower with the app.
Use Ookla for more accurate speed test.
You will find Visible(Verizon) is pretty good all over the city.
To an extent, yes, it generally does, but because of different factors.
TL;DR: Run a speedtest, rather than using video streaming as a benchmark.
First would be the shape and positioning of the antenna(s) built into the phone. (Usually it's a shaped piece of metal precisely tuned to pick up on radio frequencies.) If the antenna is placed in a shielded location of the phone (where it can't pick up on Wi-Fi as well) or if it's deformed/damaged, or using Bluetooth (2.4GHz) at the same time, then Wi-Fi performance can vary. (Note that if you're on a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi band, it has to coexist with 2.4GHz Bluetooth. Most devices will intelligently handle this to where you don't notice any problems. It was a larger issue on older devices, though.)
Second would be the NIC (rather, the internal radio computer chip designed to handle wireless communication). Just like how laptops have those replaceable Wi-Fi/Bluetooth NICs, smartphones have varying NICs with different capabilities. Some can do dual-band or better, some are more power-efficient, etc. Depending on what's inside your phone, it can yield different results.
Third, and most likely the cause of varying performance between devices would be the OS itself. Some phones handle video rendering differently, using different methods of buffering, and different engines (chromium), Android WebView, etc.
For a conclusive test, I'd remove variables by instead running a raw speed test with something like Ookla's Speedtest app. Try it on both phones, and see if there's a significant difference between the two.
Please tell how is your upload and download speed https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest
You can use this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest
Firstly, download Speedtest. Google's speed test is rubbish.
Secondly, it's shit because it's not true 5G. Disclaimer: I work in security and it seems to me that 5G is a bigger corporate buzzword than disruption. True 5G is still ways away. The major telcos haven't deployed the proper infrastructure yet. It's like what AT&T did in the US with 5GE. While your phone is technically capable of connecting to 5G, I don't know if it can leverage Telstra's current flavour of 5G. It's a technology called it's carrier aggregation, which is a key component to post-4G/LTE networks, but not 5G per se. It's that awkward teenager phase of the networks, like what we had when 4G went mainstream 5-6 years ago. Think of it as Telstra's NextG network, which was technically 3.5G. Today, in some countries in Europe, carriers symbols come up as 4.5G - again, due to a combination of carrier aggregation and marketing/branding.
SpeedTest.net by Ookla
What about https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest
Download the speedtest app and run it on the TV, post the results here.
Try yourself and see the speeds you get here with the speedtest app. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest
OP's using this app:
To your question I have a few of my own that may help pinpoint the issue:
Who is your ISP?
Can you check for internet outages through your ISP?
What is your download speed, and how many people use your internet at once?
What type of modem/router do you have?
How much storage does your HDD have left?
Have you tried deleting the incomplete game?
Are you doing other things while attempting the download?
Is a direct (ethernet) connection possible?
I don't want this to be taken as a generic tech-support reply, but you didn't provide a lot of details for most people to provide suggestions. If anything, I would say trying a direct connection would be a good place to start. Part of what makes a direct connection much better than a wireless one is that WiFi works similarly to sonar: it can't really pass through solid material, and bounces off of most surfaces. The further away from a router you are and the more objects between you and it will result in a much weaker signal.
If you don't know how to check your download speed, I highly suggest Ookla's Speed Test. It's free and non-biased. It is available on Windows 10 * , OSX, Android, iOS, and universally through any browser or HTML5.
If you have a download speed of 30mbps or lower, I advise trying to download again when the least ammount of people are using the internet.
* Windows versions 7 or lower have a traditional Win32 executable port in both 32 and 64 bit versions. Mobile ports can test your carrier's speeds, but WiFi must be disabled first!
Here you go: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest&hl=en
Can you run a speed test while on Wifi and on Data?
You can also use the Speedtest.net App for iOS or Android.
Also see the RootMetrics App for iOS or Android.
Also see the Sensorly App for iOS or Android.
Also see the Opensignal App for iOS and Android.
Also see the FCC Speedtest App for iOS and Android.
See how fast you're really going. If it can't get out then you have a router problem.
Download Okolo SpeedTest then turn off Wi-Fi. Then run the app and hit the giant BEGIN TEST button.
>My signal strength is -120 wherever I am
This is horrendously bad. Anything over -110 is risking a dropped call. If you're getting 4 bars on that signal, then I'd actually be willing to say it may just be the phone. If you have the ability. Download an app called speed test - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.zwanoo.android.speedtest - use this to check your data speed. I imagine it will be quite low. 4g should be around 25-40 Mb/s. You're obviously not getting that.
You could try being a bit more forceful with straight talk. Start by getting a supervisor on the phone the moment you connect. Demand that you speak to a supervisor (nicely of course). Tell them the phone is not working properly, and that it hasn't since you bought it. Keep pushing for a solution. It way work, it may not. Unfortunately straight talk more or less off puts any responsibility for the phones they sell onto the user. So yes they kinda got you. The best thing I can say (knowing you might not be able to afford it) is move to a decent provider, and don't get an off brand phone.
You don't have REAL 4G service on cricket (Grab the speed test app and post your "4G" speed)
Enjoy customer service that is sooo bad that they hire armed security guards for Cricket stores.