ping .exe

ping .exe


ping.exe offers a familiar interface for your ICMP ping needs. Use it to check if your hosts are online or if your device is connected to the internet using quick and efficient user interface.


Faux Mode: Note on Samsung Devices on Android 4.3
After upgrading to Android 4.3, my Samsung Note 2 is unable to run ping.exe properly. I mostly use this app to check if my device can access the internet and toggle my radios if I can't. To cater for this use-case I have decided to include a "Faux Mode" that emulates ping behaviour by connecting to the DNS server 8.8.8.8 over TCP. This will be automatically be used when the app detects that ping cannot be used. To emphasise, in "Faux Mode" it is not ICMP Ping and shouldn't be used for network diagnostics but can be used to see if the device running this app is online or not.


Description
    •Purely focused on "ping".
    •Quick and usable interface.
        •Tap to start or stop a request.
        •Swipe right to reveal the options.
    •Autostarts your last request.
    •Faux Mode for devices which cannot currently ping.
    •No Ads
    •Nostalgia!


Tested on:
  •Galaxy Y, running Gingerbread 2.3.6
  •Samsung S3, running Jellybean 4.1.2.
  •Galaxy Note 2. running Jellybean 4.3
  •Nexus 4 running KitKat 4.4

Recent changes:
Version 1.1:
-Added Faux mode
-Added "Rate this executable" link
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Free
68
3.4
User ratings
385
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
352 kb
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About ping .exe
ping.exe offers a familiar interface for your ICMP ping needs. Use it to check if your hosts are online or if your device is connected to the internet using quick and efficient user interface.


Faux Mode: Note on Samsung Devices on Android 4.3
After upgrading to Android 4.3, my Samsung Note 2 is unable to run ping.exe properly. I mostly use this app to check if my device can access the internet and toggle my radios if I can't. To cater for this use-case I have decided to include a "Faux Mode" that emulates ping behaviour by connecting to the DNS server 8.8.8.8 over TCP. This will be automatically be used when the app detects that ping cannot be used. To emphasise, in "Faux Mode" it is not ICMP Ping and shouldn't be used for network diagnostics but can be used to see if the device running this app is online or not.


Description
    •Purely focused on "ping".
    •Quick and usable interface.
        •Tap to start or stop a request.
        •Swipe right to reveal the options.
    •Autostarts your last request.
    •Faux Mode for devices which cannot currently ping.
    •No Ads
    •Nostalgia!


Tested on:
  •Galaxy Y, running Gingerbread 2.3.6
  •Samsung S3, running Jellybean 4.1.2.
  •Galaxy Note 2. running Jellybean 4.3
  •Nexus 4 running KitKat 4.4

Recent changes:
Version 1.1:
-Added Faux mode
-Added "Rate this executable" link

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 7, 2015
Make live on notificaton For time
A Google User
Apr 26, 2015
its very much useful . everyone try this as a lite version. & thanks to the developer of this app.
A Google User
Mar 23, 2015
Amazing I'm now able to see if some of my websites are up and running
A Google User
Mar 19, 2015
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A Google User
Mar 8, 2015
Hate it
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