Way to automatically connect to a known network if it appears in range?


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Good day dear Khobragade!

Naked Android in terms of Wi-Fi networks absolutely reusable. Too far to climb for a list of networks. And the list lists all networks that I've ever joined, not the ones that are visible now. Uncomfortable.

Partly the problem was solved the WiFi Manager app. But only partly.

The main inconvenience, it has not eliminated... I come home... and have to explicitly poke into the phone to connect to your home network. Come to the other, and again, it is necessary to stick to the phone so he bit his network.
Come to work... again another network. And if I'm somewhere away, and coming back — again I have to connect the phone manually.

Does anyone know of an app that automatically connects to a known network when the phone senses it?


On the Market I've been trying a bunch of programs. None of them seem to not solve this problem...
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strangely, acer liquid with 1.6 and 2.1 and 2.2 such problems is not present... if wifi is enabled and the access point is in range, the phone automatically connects to it, what's your phone model?
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you have any problems with the device. If there is a more current radio flash. Android normally will connect to known networks, verified by personal experience, I have it scored a dozen networks, where I am, half of them still hidden but with authentication certificates (801.x) no problem.
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I have a LG GT540.
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Checked here right now. I don't know. While not lay in the right network.
And that still pisses me off — disconnects from the network itself. Even when there is network activity.
He writes that supposedly connected, but the wi-fi icon in the notification bar is not lit. Turn off-turn on wifi — lights.
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OK. In principle, such suspicion was.
It's probably just the new firmware. Not finished it even to the end.
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Thank you all.
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