How to disable Internet Booster on a Nexus 7 in 5 seconds
We’ve been talking a lot about how Google has been using the Nexus 7’s built-in Wi-Fi and LTE modem for a couple of years now, and now it seems like the company is finally going to start doing the same thing for the Nexus 9.
Google’s new software update for the device has apparently been released, and while it’s not yet available to download yet, the company has posted a video showing how to disable the built-on Wi-FI and LTE on the Nexus 10 tablet.
To disable the build-in modem, first make sure that you have the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop, which comes with a patch for the Wi-fi and LTE issue.
If you’re running the latest build of Android, you’ll also need to download the build that will fix the Wi_Fi issue.
To enable the build in your device, head to Settings > About phone > About Wi-Fis and select Enable Build in your Settings.
Next, head back to the Settings > Wi-Gain tab and enable the WiGain module.
You’ll be presented with the option to enable it on your Nexus device.
Next, head over to Settings, and toggle the WiMax module on or off in the WiLag setting.
Lastly, head into Wi-Ans and toggle on the Build-in Tuner module.
After that, you’re done.
You can head back over to the settings menu and enable all the built in modules that Google has put in place to help mitigate network congestion.