Ok guys, I know this is pretty simple. Just don't know if there is a better way.
I'm running a wifi near profile it connects to my network when close and the exit task just shuts wifi off. The issue I have is that it takes a while for it to recognize it's not near the wifi anymore and shut my wifi off (yes I know it will turn itself on to periodically check). Is there another context I should use instead of wifi near to get the quickest results (off) without sacrificing to much battery?
It is working as is, just wondering if there is a way to speed up the exit task. It connects right away. It's the disconnect/non-active profile that takes some time.
eg. the profile stays active long after I'm far from my wifi point.
Thanks for the help
If you do this then you can delete your exit task.
Also check out this profile I wrote for a battery saving wifi near option.
Low Battery Usage Wifi Enableing Profile Using Wifi Near - Tasker Wiki
So I just put this whole profile on, Seems to work right (haven't left my house yet), now my question is, is there a way to add a new wifi connection to this (obviously I would need to scan cell towers near the hotspot)? Do I have to make 3 brand new profiles for each hotspot with the new SSID and MAC? Or can I add to what I already have?
Last edited by NebulaOcton; 10-19-2010 at 10:46 AM.
I don't know what is going on.