Toggle Wi-Fi Lite
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This is a more light-weight version of my Toggle Wi-Fi app, which has been developed using native Java for Android, rather than Tasker. This means it has a much smaller code footprint and thus requires less device memory to install, which will be important on some lower end devices with a smaller memory.
A simple application which toggles your Wi-Fi setting on/off (from enabled to disabled and back again).
Select the app from your application drawer and put it on your home screen. When the app is selected, a message is shown to indicate what the Wi-Fi status has been set to.
The app also includes a re-sizable 1x1 widget which you can add to your home screen. The widget indicates the current Wi-Fi status by the colour of the Wi-Fi icon as follows:
- Green: Wi-Fi is enabled and connected to a Wi-Fi access point
- Light blue: Wi-Fi is enabled, but not connected to a Wi-Fi access point
- Amber: Wi-Fi is either being enabled or disabled
- Red: Wi-Fi is disabled
No notification is shown when the widget is selected, as the colour indicates the current Wi-Fi status. Note that the widget colour also updates if the Wi-FI setting is changed by some other means (such as from the system settings), unlike some of the other toggle widgets available, so you always know the Wi-Fi status state from the widget colour.
This has been tested on a Galaxy S3 phone and Galaxy Tab 10.1 running Android 4.0.
Recently changed in this version:
New version includes:
Reduced the size of the application significantly, so that it takes up less memory when installed on your device.