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Samsung Galaxy S II LTE

JGG
I plan to stick around

With the LTE, what type of Interface should the user see in Active Network (Type:mobile) when using a network utility application like Network Status?

 

Should the user see PPP, rmnet_sdio? or what.

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Re: Samsung Galaxy S II LTE

RogersRonak
Product Manager
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just to clarify, are you looking to see what the identifier on the device interface is when connecting to LTE network?

Re: Samsung Galaxy S II LTE

JGG
I plan to stick around

 

Hi. The information is from the Android Status App which features the status of the phone when running. I guess the above information would be classified under the Active Mobile Network which is Interface, IP Address and Gateway information.


This App features
.CPU Memory usage
.Process List
.Mobile Network information
.Internet Connections
.Network Info (IP Address, Gateway, MAC Address)
.Wifi Status
.Battery Status
.Storage(SD Card) Usage
.Routing Info
./proc Viewer

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In a clean UI, it offers equivalent of linux/unix commands like ps, pstree, netstat, ifconfig and route.

 

Thanks

Re: Samsung Galaxy S II LTE

As the codes for the network in the third party apps are defined by the developer, I'd recommend contacting the App developer for the definition of status.
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