How are people getting on with the FLU card?

Started Mar 3, 2014 | Discussions thread
JeffAHayes Senior Member • Posts: 1,968
Re: I was never one to go for the FLU shots! :) n/t

Miles, I'm wondering if you've tried using the Flu Card and your tablet out in a rural setting where you KNOW you're away from ANY sort of local broadband traffic, with nothing, presumably, other than standard radio and TV signals, and maybe cell phone signals in the air waves?

If you do that, maybe just drive a few miles out into the country, I'd think it would at least give you a chance to try all the different variations and possibilities with your card and tablet without having to be concerned about OTHER possible outside interference. IF you're still having issues at that point, then you should be able to narrow it down to either the Flu Card just not working as advertised, or your Nexus not being able to make a good connection (I don't know how well that's worked with other things, like your home network), and so forth. Fewer variables, so to speak.

Of course I'm letting folks like YOU do all the "beta testing" of this thing for me. I don't have any tablets, and have been holding off on anything like that until I see how well the Flu Card works and what it works best with -- and whether it's worth it, as I don't have much use for a tablet, otherwise.

I hope you can get it up and running. I'd like for this to be a SUCCESS, so we DO have a wireless tethering solution for the K-3.


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