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It seems to me that the wifi-module of a tablet started to receive a signal at bigger distance from a signal source (wifi-router) after firmware installation.
Before firmware installation the tablet received a signal from a router in radius about 7 meters (about 10 meters after installation - from the first room through two walls of an adjacent room to the third room).
And still for me there is one unresolved problem. I can't find the answer how to connect an android-tablet to the cell phone, using wifi-connection (phone is connected to the Internet) to receive on a tablet Internet access through this cell phone (? Ad-hok connection?).
My laptop (windows xp) easily finds this point of access (phone as a wifi-router) and is connected thus to the cell phone. The tablet doesn't find this point of access.
I read somewhere that Android doesn't support such connection.
Somebody knows, whether there is a way of the solution of this problem?
I have some doubts the firmware update has changed the WIFI signal reception, unless there has been important changes in the kernel or in the WIFI subsystem firmware. A real test with each firmware, at multiple times, positions with a WIFI signal monitor software may help in confirming there is a change.
Regarding Adhoc support, it's been discussed on the Arnova 10b G3 section, but no working solution has been confirmed yet.
(PS: I have moved this thread questions to a separate topic)
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