Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Google has begun taking off WiFi Speed names for gadgets running Android 8.1 Oreo. The feature shows signal strengths of an open WiFi network, before the client associates with it. Google will be using ‘Slow’, ‘OK’, ‘Fast’ and ‘Very Fast’ labels to determine expected speed of open networks. Do take note of that the speed indicated can change with flag quality. Google, in a support page clarified that ‘slow’ name implies the client can make telephone calls and send texts, while ‘ok’ demonstrates individuals can read site pages, utilize web-based social networking and stream music. The ‘fast’ mark demonstrates the client can stream generally recordings. At long last, the client can stream amazing recordings if mark ‘very fast’ is shown. To check network speed, go to the Settings menu and open the WiFi list under the ‘System and Internet’ tab. Next, select the system that you wish to associate with, from the rundown. The speed will be shown under the names of systems. The individuals who would prefer not to see arrange speed can open ‘System and Internet’ tab in Settings application and after that tap on Wi-Fi. Next, chose ‘Wi-Fi Preferences’ and afterward ‘advanced’. Open Network rating supplier and afterward tap on ‘None’. “Public Wi-Fi can be spotty. For the first time, #AndroidOreo 8.1 lets you take out the guesswork & see the speed of networks before you hit connect. Rolling out now,” peruses a tweet by Android. The element was already prodded by the organization too. Google’s community manager took to an companies forum in December 10 uncover that ‘slow’ for WiFi Speed mark implies speed between 0 to 1 Mbps. Further, ‘ok’ would mean 1 Mbps to 5 Mbps speed, while ‘fast’ name will be indicated when speed of an open system will be between 5 Mbps to 20 Mbps. At long last, ‘very fast’ name would mean speed more than 20 Mbps.