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Wi-Fi drivers in ISC / JB ROM's

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Hi, currently running Swedish Spring RLS7. Happy overall but the Wi-Fi keeps dropping out at home and only seems to work when very close to router (partner's SE Neo and several laptops have no such issue).

If I went to ISC / JB do they use different drivers that I could expect better reception with ? from anyone that knows the actual builds.......

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Hi, currently running Swedish Spring RLS7. Happy overall but the Wi-Fi keeps dropping out at home and only seems to work when very close to router (partner's SE Neo and several laptops have no such issue).

If I went to ISC / JB do they use different drivers that I could expect better reception with ? from anyone that knows the actual builds.......

Thanks

if your wifi is broken, better drivers wont help. but, when o updated from 2.2 to 4.0 my wifi started to work better, and it worked if the wireless connection was very weak, blade didnt disconnect it, and i could use internet. so updating to isc woud be good decision, or if you like jb, wich is very smooth and STABLE :)
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Wi-Fi can be working fine in house with 2 bars, then will randomly drop out. Other times will autoconnect in the morning for example - other times it will take ages to connect, hence wondering if different drivers in ICS/JB that may improve things ....... Worth a try at least.

what ICS / JB ROM are you using ? Which one is most stable & is it on par with SS ?

Was planning on trying one of Kongsta as been pleased with SS.

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If you want ics you can use tilals coldfusion. Its the best and stablest ics. Or you can use paranoid ics. Paranoid ics have tablet ui and its nice but its your choice. Paranoid will work well too. I am using konstas jelly bean which is stable and smooth. And animations etc are very nice qnd better than ics.

But wifi will really work better in ics/jb! It will not really drop out of range if you have only have one bar or none bar :)

I am writing and sending this text with none bar. So i have veeery weak connection. Wheni used stock rom my blade dropped out with 2 or 3 bar range like your blade

Updating to ics or jb will be recommended because developers had got hw acceleration working. System is very smooth and in example stock browser will run heavy sites very smoothly like opera. Dolphin will work smoothly too. And launcher etc will work very smoothly :)

cconnection and blade will not drop out of range. When i used wifi with stock rom my blade really dropped out of range like your blade

I recommend updating to ics or jelly bean because every

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Thanks for your reply - will backup current SS and try Kongsta's.

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I have the same problem, my Blade drops signal too easy (I have to stay close to the router). This is happening since latest CM7 builds and cm9 cm10.

Brother's blade with cm7 don't have this problem.

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If you want ics you can use tilals coldfusion. Its the best and stablest ics.

If by best and stablest you mean outdated and unsupported then yeah, you're correct. It's been abandoned for months and won't ever be updated again, that means that all the fixes and improvements since are not present in that ROM.

I honestly think that if you'd ask Tilal himself he'd tell you to use KonstaT's rom instead.

However, no ICS is going to be as up to date as JB for obvious reasons.

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yes i know, i think konstas cm9 is faster than tilal cm9 too. cm10 is maybe little bit slower and laggy than ics roms. but i am still using cm10 because its more ram friendly than ics, so i get better multi tasking with cm10

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