Here's How to Ping Internet Connection on Android to Check Connection Stability

Here's How to Ping Internet Connection on Android to Check Connection Stability
Geekers -  A site address that doesn't open doesn't always mean a slow internet connection. Another possible reason is that the site is being visited by a much larger number of people than usual.


At times like that, the server load becomes heavier so it takes longer time to process each request. To make it easier to understand, you can compare servers to vehicles that carry loads. The heavier the load being carried, the faster the speed of the vehicle will be.



To find out whether the problem lies in the website you are visiting or in your internet connection, the easiest way is to visit another website. If other websites can open quickly, it means the problem is not with your internet connection. Another way to check is through an online service such as down.com or isitdownrightnow.com, or by using the Ping command.


How to Ping Internet Connection on Android


If you often play online games, chances are you have heard of the term. Ping is often used by gamers when online games feel slow to investigate the cause. When executed, Ping sends a data packet to the destination host, and then gets a response from that host.


From the response time, you can find out the condition of the connection to the host. The longer the response time, the higher the number generated, and a high number or ping value indicates that the connection to the host is currently poor.



Broadly speaking, how to ping an internet connection on Android is more or less the same as on Windows where you have to type the ping command followed by the website name or IP address.


List of contents

   * How to Ping Internet Connection on Android

   + 1. Without Using an Application (Via Tool Online)

   + 2. Without Using the Application

   * Closing


1. Without Using an Application (Via Online Tool)


1. Open your browser, you can use Google Chrome or something else. Then you visit the web ping.eu. After that select Ping.


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2. Enter the desired website / domain / IP name. Then enter the captcha code after that select Go. After that you will see the ping results as shown below.


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2. Without Using the Application




1. Open the Playstore application then type Ping in the search field. Many applications will appear that you can use, one of which is Ping from appsteka.


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2. After you install, open the Ping application.


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3. Enter the domain or IP to check the stability of the connection. After that select Start.


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4. What you need to pay attention to is time. The smaller the value, the more stable the connection is.


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Closing


No matter how expensive the internet package used, it is impossible for the internet connection to always be good all the time. There must be certain times where the internet connection is not as fast as usual. At such times, you can choose to temporarily stop online or try to stabilize your ping.


If you are currently using an internet connection at a public hotspot such as on campus, you can also try moving to another hotspot with fewer users, for example in a cafe. Why is that? Because the greater the number of people using an internet connection, the slower the internet connection will be. The content accessed by each user is also affected. If there are several people watching videos on YouTube or even playing online games, usually the connection will immediately feel slow.



Another step worth trying is to turn off all other applications that are running on your Android phone. Who knows, without your knowledge, maybe there are some applications that use an internet connection for certain purposes.

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