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Android 10/Q and WiFi Scan De-Throttling

Android 10/Q and WiFi Scan De-Throttling

Some simple instructions on how to enable WiFi scan de-throttling in Android 10/Q. The phone in the following example was a Google Pixel running Android 10/Q.
  1. Open the Settings app
  2. Scroll to the bottom and select About phone.
  3. Scroll to the bottom and tap Build Number 7 times.
  4. Return to the previous screen (Settings) to find System near the bottom.

  5. Under System is Advanced Options

  6. Scroll to the bottom and select Developer Options

  7. Under Networking is the setting for Wi-Fi scan throttling

  8. Untoggle the previous option and WiFi scanning should be de-throttled...Happy WiGLE'ing!

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