Replies posted by ndrewv
Oh that's a thought. But who has land lines anymore?! Seems more important to support voice over wifi for emergency calls. Plus the thing has a big 5000mah battery which should be enough to keep WiFi going for several hours! Also, is anyone else losing all wifi settings when unplugging?
I'm right outside Chicago city limits with same experience. Easily get 50 up, but then 5 to 20 down. Is it using two different towers for up vs down? My main signal is 4G while secondary signal is 5G I believe (shows as n71). I looked up a cell tower map and there's just a single 5G tower near me, so I stuck the device on that side of the house and was able to get a slightly better signal and speeds. Still drops to 0 occasionally though which makes no sense and makes it unusable for videoconferencing.
Yeah super basic settings… Also, are you all having problems with it holding settings? It has an internal battery but when I unplug from the wall it does a reboot and factory resets itself. Same thing when using the power button. I setup the thing 3 times while moving around my house to find the best signal.
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