No Signal Alert

No Signal Alert


Featured in Lifehacker.com's "One Dozen Super-Useful Android Apps" as "Especially useful for when you’re expecting that important call that just isn’t coming (because it can’t!)..."

Ever missed an important call because your phone had no signal and you never noticed?

No Signal Alert detects when your phone is in a "dead zone" or with no reception and sends a customized notification of your choice (sound, vibrate, led color indicator, etc). No Signal Alert can keeps track of every time you loose and recover your phone signal, providing users with useful statistics such as time, location and address when signal was lost.

Features:

★ Customize your alerts completely (sound, vibrate, led,etc.)
★ Record and maintain logs of your phone signal events
★ Supports GSM/CDMA
★ Signal meter gauge

Full features:

★ View map of your known dead-zones
★ View signal statistics for your carrier
★ 1x1 Home-screen monitoring widget
★ Export logs to an Excel-supported CSV files
★ Backup and Restore your logs to your SD card

Note: Please make sure to read the "Helpful tips" when you first install the application.

We appreciate your feedback and encourage you to help us improve our products. Visit our website http://www.smartandroidapps.com and don't forget to check out our other apps in the market.

Smart Android Apps, LLC

Recent changes:
2.1.2
- Couple more big fixes :)

2.1.1
- Fixes some market bugs and crashes
- New option to enable or disable location recording (Pro version only)

2.1.0
New update packs a punch! including a complete new UI!
- New 1x1 home-screen widget (Pro version only)
- Smarter signal detection
- Complete new UI re-design
- New signal meter
- Market bug fixes

2.0.5
- Added widget thumbnail
- Fixed force close bugs
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Free
84
4.2
User ratings
2736
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
1
File size
1070 kb
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About No Signal Alert
Featured in Lifehacker.com's "One Dozen Super-Useful Android Apps" as "Especially useful for when you’re expecting that important call that just isn’t coming (because it can’t!)..."

Ever missed an important call because your phone had no signal and you never noticed?

No Signal Alert detects when your phone is in a "dead zone" or with no reception and sends a customized notification of your choice (sound, vibrate, led color indicator, etc). No Signal Alert can keeps track of every time you loose and recover your phone signal, providing users with useful statistics such as time, location and address when signal was lost.

Features:

★ Customize your alerts completely (sound, vibrate, led,etc.)
★ Record and maintain logs of your phone signal events
★ Supports GSM/CDMA
★ Signal meter gauge

Full features:

★ View map of your known dead-zones
★ View signal statistics for your carrier
★ 1x1 Home-screen monitoring widget
★ Export logs to an Excel-supported CSV files
★ Backup and Restore your logs to your SD card

Note: Please make sure to read the "Helpful tips" when you first install the application.

We appreciate your feedback and encourage you to help us improve our products. Visit our website http://www.smartandroidapps.com and don't forget to check out our other apps in the market.

Smart Android Apps, LLC

Recent changes:
2.1.2
- Couple more big fixes :)

2.1.1
- Fixes some market bugs and crashes
- New option to enable or disable location recording (Pro version only)

2.1.0
New update packs a punch! including a complete new UI!
- New 1x1 home-screen widget (Pro version only)
- Smarter signal detection
- Complete new UI re-design
- New signal meter
- Market bug fixes

2.0.5
- Added widget thumbnail
- Fixed force close bugs

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User reviews of No Signal Alert
I like the app but wish there was an auto-prune option on the history (how many entries/days to keep). The history consumes memory and if you haven't got enough can cause problems so I have to remember to clear it manually every so often (and of course I'd rather have kept some of it).
Nov 8, 2010
Does what it says
Oct 26, 2010
Does what says pretty well and efficiently. Wish it would handle getting out of airplane mode better. It gives a sucession of no-signal/signal returned event, just because it is checking for signal too early. A simple delay in the checking code would fix this.
Oct 24, 2010
This app notifies you if (when) you lose your cellular signal and lets you know when you are re-connected to the network. It is set & forget simple.
Oct 8, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 7, 2014
No work with Samsung Galaxy S5 OLD POST: Do not waste your time with this app. Sometimes does not detect the signal lost, in other occassions the signal alert never comes back, sometimes works others not works. The app itself confuses the change of antenna with signal lost. This app is a shame. I have written to the developer with no positive results. My phone is a Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro with the new Android update ICS 4.04. The developer told that update is coming. NEW POST: It was posted on september 7, 2012: THIS IS A NEW VERSION THAT WAS PROMISED BY THE DEVELOPER. I WILL TRY AND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE WIL NOTIFY OF ANY ISSUES TO THE DEVELOPER. LET'S TRY THIS NEW VERSION. MY BEST REGARDS TO THE DEVELOPER. I have been trying it with no results. This app is not recommended. NEW REVIEW (JULY 7, 2014) I HAVE THE SAME ISSUES EVEN WITH MY NEW SAMSUNG GALAXY S5.
A Google User
Jun 26, 2014
Doesn't work waste of time
A Google User
Jun 24, 2014
Very gooooood
A Google User
Jun 1, 2014
Didn't worked on LG G2.. kitkat :( Desperately needed something like this
A Google User
May 18, 2014
Good app! This app is good and simple and works good only thing missing is recording the signal. Im looking for an app that would record my signal through they day as I have a 4G and I have never got above 2mbps and I need to show tesco mobile. If anyone knows of an app plz email me j4mes1984 @ hotmail . co . uk Don't add the spaces :) Thanks :)