Android Device Emulator - Intel x86 Atom - Signal Strength Issue

Android Device Emulator - Intel x86 Atom - Signal Strength Issue

Sergey Kostrov's picture

This is a feedback for Intel x86 Atom System Image for Android 4.0.3 (API 15) package:

A little bit theory...

Received Signal Strength ( RSS ) is measured in dBm and it means that a -50dBm signal is stronger
then -60dBm, which is stronger than -70dBm. For a Wi-Fi connection(s) a signal below -75dBm is considered
'Poor', and a signal greater than -50dBm is considered as 'Excellent'.

Since at a time of testing emulator didn't have any Wi-Fi connection(s) a message 'Not Connected'
would be better than '0dBm 99 asu'. Please take a look at:

Settings -> About phone -> Status -> Signal strength

A screenshot is enclosed:

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Alexander Weggerle (Intel)'s picture
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Hi Sergey, this issue should be reported to Google:http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/list. We are not changing the code of Android and so have no influence on this issue. Thanks, Alex

Sergey Kostrov's picture
Quoting Alexander Weggerle (Intel) ...this issue should be reported to Google:http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/list. We are not changing the code of Android and so have no influence on this issue...

Thank you for the response.

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