1. It also shows connection information, which can include the name of the currently connected provider based on either sim or network, as well as connection type (including 5G), tower GCI, EARFCN if available, signal strength (dBm), LTE band if applicable, wifi SSID, wifi channel/frequency, and wifi signal type (dBm).
In 4 Simple Steps, I will show you how to use FiSwitch.apk on your Phone once you are done downloading it..
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Make sure that third party apps are currently enabled as an installation source. Go to your device settings like so: Settings -> Security -> and allow "Install from Unknown Sources".
In your file manager, Locate the FiSwitch.apk file you just downloaded.
Click the file and it will start the normal installation process. Tap "Yes" when prompted for permissions. However, be sure to read all on-screen prompts.
FiSwitch is an Android app developed by dwitherell and released on the Android play store. Its rating is 3 out of a possible 10 score and has been rated thus by over 1021 users. Over time, it has gone through many iterations by the creators - some favourable and some not. Today, to enjoy FiSwitch it is now a neccesity to use MODS just to enjoy the app. Today we give you an oppurtunity to enjoy the app for free and at your convinience.
Current version: 5.8
File size: 3.2M
Compatibility: Requires Android 5.0
Adult Ranking: Everyone
Developer Support: email@example.com
MOD Apk Information: Download and enjoy: **** Main features **** * Dialer code access for Google Fi users using official devices allowing for such useful functions as temporarily changing networks ** NOTE: These functions are only useful for Google Fi users on supported devices - not all devices support these functions! ** Access can be through the main app, notification, widgets, broadcast tile or launcher shortcuts (if supported) ** Codes get stored and dialer opens, allowing users to long-press and select Paste to initiate the process - the Google Fi app then needs to complete it ** For those needing assistance, enabling Accessibility services allows the code to paste automatically ** For those using Fialer, the dialer no longer needs to open to send dialer codes! ** Can also opt to simply copy the codes * Widgets, notification, tile, and shortcuts can all be customized ** Larger widget with 2-4 buttons, smaller widget with no buttons ** Customizable Information displayed as well as actions on click ** Notification to switch to preferred carrier when not currently on it ** Android 8+ requires optional background service to keep information displayed accurate * Connection history ** Filterable and searchable list of connection changes ** Options for adding regularly timed current connection status entries ** Contains information on mobile and wifi connection if location is enabled and permitted ** Starting with Android 8+ connection tracking requires an optional background service * Statistics ** Summary descriptives of durations and mobile signal strengths in total and by carrier and connection type ** Summaries in total as well as within customizable most recent time range * Appearance ** Options for a light, dark, and black theme ** Options for widgets and notification appearance * Helpful shortcuts ** Available within the app as well as launcher shortcuts ** Phone info, Mobile settings, eSIM manager, Band settings * Help ** Detailed help categories explaining the various parts of the app ** 3dot menu includes links to join the FiSwitch Google Groups community as well as email the developer (me!) **** For root users prior to Android 10 or Fialer users **** * Dialer code buttons do not require the opening of the dialer or pasting of codes ** Triggers are simply sent without any further interaction needed This app can be useful on any supported device, but it is specifically designed for Google Fi users on made-for-Fi devices. At its core this app is a slightly automated assistant for utilizing Google Fi-relevant dialer codes. These codes are typically used when there is a preference for one service over another. It should also be noted that these dialer codes are not officially supported by Google Fi, so use with caution. Dialer code functionality will be disabled if the main Google Fi app is not installed - that is the app that listens for the dialer codes, so they are useless without it. It also shows connection information, which can include the name of the currently connected provider based on either sim or network, as well as connection type (including 5G), tower GCI, EARFCN if available, signal strength (dBm), LTE band if applicable, wifi SSID, wifi channel/frequency, and wifi signal type (dBm). Read phone state privileges are asked for one reason: * Grants access to current mobile connection information like type of network (3G, 4G, etc.) Location privileges are asked for a number of reasons: * Provides location data for History entries * Grants access to current mobile connection information such as GCI and LTE band * Grants access to current wifi information for Android 8.1+ Location privileges are asked for all the time because: * Widgets/notification must update location-requiring connection/wifi information while the app is closed * History entries made while the app is closed also use this information Changelogs for the various versions of the app can also be found within the app itself!