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Old 05-05-2010, 11:50 AM
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numeric signal meter?

Is there a way for me to have a constant numeric signal meter so that when adjusting an external antenna I can see immediate numeric signal change (either get worse or better)? Either an app or setting would be much appreciated as long as it's accurate


This is for a diamond running the latest OMJ Diamond 6.5 ROM 21895.
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Re: numeric signal meter?

Do you mean instead of seeing 3 bars you see the "3"?
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Old 05-05-2010, 12:11 PM
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Re: numeric signal meter?

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Do you mean instead of seeing 3 bars you see the "3"?
no more like 63 (assuming it's 3 out of 5 bars which is roughly 60%). My iPhone has a 1-100 numeric signal option (jailbroken of course), figured winmo 6.5 had something similar
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Re: numeric signal meter?

ahh okay, that might be a little more difficult. I'll look around.
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Re: numeric signal meter?

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ahh okay, that might be a little more difficult. I'll look around.

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How about using the FieldTest application?
I believe it's in the main Windows folder.
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Re: numeric signal meter?

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How about using the FieldTest application?
I believe it's in the main Windows folder.
is there no shortcut?

you mean device/windows/ folder?
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How about using the FieldTest application?
I believe it's in the main Windows folder.
is there no shortcut?

you mean device/windows/ folder?
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It's there in the shipped rom.
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I did some searching and it looks like on sprint if you dial ##DEBUG# you can get to the field test app. I think...
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Re: numeric signal meter?

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I did some searching and it looks like on sprint if you dial ##DEBUG# you can get to the field test app. I think...

that would be correct, I just don't know what to look for in there.
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