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    mk809iii, very slow download, fast upload on wifi

    Hi,
    I hope you guys have an advice for me.
    I'm stuck with a slow wifi download speed on my new mk809iii (AP6210)
    The upload speed is normal, 20mbps, but down its 0,5mps.
    My other three android devices and a laptop have a normal 20mbps/20mbps.
    The router is a wndr3700v4 (same result on a wndr3700v1)




    Things I've tried on the stick:
    -different roms, now im running android 4.4.2 neomode
    -the wifi antenna sticking out of the tvstick. Got better signal (-48dBm)


    Things I've tried on the router:
    -change channel (no other networks nearby)
    -change auth (wpa, wpa2, tkip, no auth (have not tried wep yet.)
    -change network type 54mbps, 130mbps, 300mbps
    -turned off wmm and qos


    I will be really grateful for ANY help here.

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    Originally posted by magnemann View Post
    Hi,
    I hope you guys have an advice for me.
    I'm stuck with a slow wifi download speed on my new mk809iii (AP6210)
    The upload speed is normal, 20mbps, but down its 0,5mps.
    My other three android devices and a laptop have a normal 20mbps/20mbps.
    The router is a wndr3700v4 (same result on a wndr3700v1)




    Things I've tried on the stick:
    -different roms, now im running android 4.4.2 neomode
    -the wifi antenna sticking out of the tvstick. Got better signal (-48dBm)


    Things I've tried on the router:
    -change channel (no other networks nearby)
    -change auth (wpa, wpa2, tkip, no auth (have not tried wep yet.)
    -change network type 54mbps, 130mbps, 300mbps
    -turned off wmm and qos


    I will be really grateful for ANY help here.
    I have the same problem with my CX 919 same AP6210. Any help would be apreciated.

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      #3
      Tried benchmarking the drive read/write speed? I'd be surprised if it writes quite as slowly as 0.5Mb/sec, but it's worth a shot.

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        #4
        By changing to 54Mbps, I assume you have tried changing to 802.11g only?

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