WiFiAutoConnect is now a service. If the service is started Wi-Fi will be activated if necessary and scans the environment for hotspots. If several Wi-Fi signals are detected, the service selects the strongest wireless network that is configured in Android, and activates the connection.
If you change your position and if you come closer to another stronger hotspot, then the service will activate this WiFi network.
Warning: There may be problems if you are currently on the border between the wireless signals. Then it may happen that the service permanently changes the Wi-Fi networks. For that I have no solution, yet.
All information will be displayed in the notification bar. If you select the entry in the notification list, a configuration menu appears. There your can decide that the service should remain active to scan the area periodically. If you deactivate this function, the service ended after the first successful connection (like the old version 1.03). If this function is disabled, and Wi-Fi is active and you will start the service again, the wireless connection will be closed (as in the old version 1.03).
If you click your menu button, you can stop the service or stop the service and the wireless connection.
This app has been tested successfully on the following devices:
Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy S, HTC Desire HD, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Acer Iconia Tab A500, Motorola Defy, HTC Desire, HTC Evo 4G, HTC Sensation 4G, LG Optimus One, LG Optimus 2X
Just some force close bug fixes