This is the official repository of WiFi Analyzer.
Table of Contents
- Identify nearby Access Points
- Graph channels signal strength
- Graph Access Point signal strength over time
- Analyze WiFi networks to rate channels
- HT/VHT Detection - 40/80/160MHz (Requires Android OS 6+)
- 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and 6 GHz WiFi bands (Requires hardware support)
- Access Point view complete or compact
- Estimated Distance to the Access Points
- Export access points details
- Dark, Light and System theme available
- Pause/Resume scanning
- Available filters: WiFi band, Signal strength, Security and SSID
- Vendor/OUI Database Lookup
- The application has too many features to mention them all
Please note WiFi Analyzer is not a WiFi password cracking or phishing tool.
- Tap the title bar to switch between 2.4, 5 and 6 GHz WiFi band.
- SSID with
*hidden*means it is hidden.
- Access Point security:
- Wi-Fi Standard (Requires Android OS 11+):
- Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g
- Wi-Fi 802.11n
- Wi-Fi 802.11ac
- Wi-Fi 802.11ax
- How to video
- How to find the best 5Ghz WiFi Channel
- Why Wi-Fi stinks and how to fix it
- Wi-Fi channels list
- How is distance calculated to Access Point
- Android Wi-Fi scanning throttling
- Location Service Permission Requirements
- WiFi Analyzer on secondary user accounts
- How channel graph displays 20/40/80/160 MHz channel width?
- How to use SSID filter?
- WiFi Analyzer equivalent on iOS
- Bug reports can be submitted here.
- To learn how to submit a bug click here.
- If you do not have GitHub account, please use google groups to discuss application features.
WiFi Analyzer is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0 (GPLv3).
GPLv3 License key requirements:
- Disclose Source
- License and Copyright Notice
- Same License
- State Changes
GNU General Public License v3.0 (GPLv3) Explained in Plain English
GNU General Public License v3.0 (GPLv3).
WiFi Analyzer Build
- Feel free to fork the project and submit your changes.
- To learn how to submit a pull request click here.
- We want to express our gratitude to all people for their contributions, such as: patches, bug solving, updates and etc.
- If you would like to contribute financially to the project please feel free to send any amount through paypal.
How to fork project
- Install Android Studio
- Import project into Android Studio
- In Welcome to Android Studio Screen select Import project …
- Select the root directory of the WiFi Analyzer repository and click “OK”.
- WiFi Analyzer will build automatically.
Running lint, unit tests and jacoco coverage report
./gradlew lintDebug jacocoTestCoverageVerification
- lint report:
- unit test report:
- code coverage report: