maemo.org Bugzilla – Bug 708
Connection icon should show signalstrength
Last modified: 2012-03-24 11:39:19 UTC
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The icon for the connection should have a signalstrength indicator similar to
the battery indicator, even the phone connection can have that, by reading out
the value once every 10 second or so. I dont know if there is a standard for
that, but begin with the Nokias to give them an advantage in functionality.The
icon for the connection should have a signalstrength indicator similar to the
battery indicator, even the phone connection can have that, by reading out the
value once every 10 second or so. I dont know if there is a standard for that,
but begin with the Nokias to give them an advantage in functionality.
(In reply to comment #0)
Agreed, if you click the icon and select change connection, you can see the
signal strength, but it would be nice to have the icon do it just like the
battery, brightness and volume do.
Will be handled as a feature request. Thanks for your feedback!
who's actually managing feature requests?
timeless: if this question refered to Nokia:
feature requests -> product managers. bug reports -> error managers.
this is sometimes confusing to me, too.
Just realized (while searching for something else, of course) that this is on
the list for Fremantle.
Setting Target Milestone.
Confirmed: the Fremantle connectivity icons show signal strength.
*** Bug 8234 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This looks like a feature that may have been dropped at some point? Although
/cellular/ signal strength is shown, WiFi signal strength certainly is not. You
/can/ see it by opening the statusmenu, but that doesn't quite seem to be what
this request is about.
*** Bug 8182 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Opened on 2006-07-18, today is 2010-05-26. Almost 4 years since then and
nothing has changed :(
I can totally understand frustration with Nokia, but please try not to add
comments that do not provide technical information for developers.
There is talk.maemo.org for this type of communication. Thanks!
I'm sorry, that was the last time.
The Maemo 5 User Interface and Maemo 5 platform components (e.g. libraries)
used for the N900 are considered stable by Nokia and it seems that there are no
plans for official updates currently, hence nobody plans to work on this
(And in case you feel like discussing this situation: Nokia Customer Care or
http://talk.maemo.org would be the place to do so as you will not reach Nokia
officials in this community bugtracker - though all of this is really no news.)
Reflecting this status by setting RESOLVED WONTFIX for this
enhancement/wishlist request (see
https://bugs.maemo.org/page.cgi?id=fields.html#status for status explanations).
There is a small chance for issues in those Maemo components that are open
source: Contributed patches could be included and made available in the Maemo 5
Community CSSU updates.
The Maemo CSSU project is run by a small team of volunteers; see
http://wiki.maemo.org/CSSU for more information.
So in case that you can provide a patch that fixes the reported problem, please
feel encouraged to file a request under
Please note: The Maemo CSSU project is not related in any way to Nokia.
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