WiFi OnOff

7
Apr/10
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Current version: 2.2.1
Price: FREE
DOWNLOAD Available on the Market

Description:

Simple WiFi toggle widget (1×1).

Allows you On/Off your WiFi with only 1 click.

Changes:

v2.2.1:

  • froyo layout fix
  • label acting as settings link by default

v2.0.0:

  • new icons look
  • icons for Nexus One and Droid
  • label customization
  • help window

v1.2.0:

  • Customize for Settings button

v1.1.0:

  • Added Settings button

Alternative links: Cyrket

Market Link

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Filed under: Widgets
Comments (65) Trackbacks (6)
  1. Vermouth
    6:47 PM on July 22nd, 2009

    Very very nice job !
    For all your widget !

  2. Vladimir Baryshnikov
    12:09 AM on July 23rd, 2009

    Thank you Vermouth :)

  3. Zer0
    12:35 AM on October 10th, 2009

    Is it ok for me to reuse this icon with slight modifications (for tts widget)? Please let me know. Thanks.

  4. Julie
    12:00 AM on October 22nd, 2009

    Could you please share with us whether you are using driver APIs directly to turn On/Off the radio or are you using wpa_supplicant through connectivity manager?

    Thanks

  5. Sean
    5:26 PM on October 26th, 2009

    how does the settings button work? I can’t seem to click it. I’m sure it’s simple and just something I don’t get.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Hello Sean
    It’s opens Settings window for wifi, where you can connect to wifi spots and etc.

  6. Woody
    5:56 PM on November 11th, 2009

    Can’t get it to show up on Moto Droid.

  7. Shoestars
    6:45 AM on November 15th, 2009

    Same issue – Neither the Free nor the Donate version appear on the Droid. It shows up as “installed” under Application Settings, but the icon doesn’t appear anywhere, so perhaps it has a problem with Android 2 ? What’s up, would love to use it!

  8. Wes
    7:29 AM on November 20th, 2009

    How do you know if you are using the wifi or 3g? Does this turn off the 3g (say if I were in another country and didn’t want to use the 3g network rates…just free wifi)?

  9. Geolian
    8:33 PM on November 20th, 2009

    I tried to remove the Widget WiFi OnOff by moving it to the Trash icon on the bottom of the desktop, but it would not accept it. I then went into the Settings>Applications>Manage applications, chose WiFi OnOff and the Uninstall. I have been left with a box on my desktop that says “Problem loading widget” in it. I can’t seem to remove that remnant. Any ideas how to do that?
    Thanks

  10. Hugo Tulli
    1:02 AM on November 26th, 2009

    Why , on my ADP 2 the different widgets , it work may the position on graphical don’t work the widget dont indicate the state of this , wifi or bluetooth.

    The version is 1.6 donuts

    Thanks for our response
    bets regards

  11. Dylan
    5:58 PM on December 5th, 2009

    It doesn’t seem to work on the G1 with 1.6 firmware, either – it installs, is visible as installed under Settings, but doesn’t appear anywhere on the desktop or in the list of apps

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Hello Dylan.
    It works OK on all androids. You need read this: http://curvefish.com/howto/activate-widgets-on-android.htm

  12. roz
    7:25 AM on December 6th, 2009

    hi i was wondering why every time i place the wifi on/off widget on my home screen, it will disappear whenever i do something else or switch screens

  13. sdtacoma
    7:39 AM on December 10th, 2009

    How do I get the settings button to be on the bottom of the switch? Mine is on the right-side of the switch.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    2 sdtacoma: just activate settings checkbox when you adding a widget on home screen.

    sdtacoma Reply:

    Thanks for the reply. Maybe I wasn’t clear in my original post…

    The settings button IS showing.

    The settings button is showing on the RIGHT-SIDE of the switch.

  14. Jim
    8:32 AM on December 12th, 2009

    Nice! Simple yet so helpful. Whether to save battery or to sync visual VM, makes turning on and off the WiFi too easy!

  15. Radek
    1:20 PM on January 10th, 2010

    Hi!

    cool, I really like your “OnOff” widgets. However on devices with higher resolution (Motorola Droid), they look a bit blurred on the screen. Are you planning to increase the resolution of the bitmaps?

    Thanks,
    Radek

  16. gordonchu
    3:05 AM on April 8th, 2010

    ver.2.0 without setting key is really unconvenient.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    You need to select label as settings, when adding widget.

  17. Stephen
    4:14 PM on April 10th, 2010

    The latest version of this is a disaster. Doesn’t line up with other CurveFish widgets even with text label off. Had to uninstall and use a rival product. Any way to go back to an older version? Thanks.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Sure, you can download it from our website. Widgets will line up after I update them all, just need a bit more time.

  18. Anna
    9:21 AM on May 5th, 2010

    Hi! The widgets look great after the laat update. But after this update the WiFi switch is not working-class.as good as before. It reacts slow, or I even have to put it on and off a few times. Also, after a while, when my HTC hero has been on standby, it’s not responding. Have to put it off and on again.

    What happened here?

  19. Roman
    7:20 PM on June 5th, 2010

    Добавьте пожалуйста включалку-выключал интернета по мобильной сети. Она у меня есть родная, но для единообразия не хватает в вашей реализации.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Added, check for Apn OnOff in the market.

  20. Timo
    8:05 PM on July 9th, 2010

    Hello,

    very good widget! But one problem:
    After some days the widget switch the WiFi on/of but the icon don’t refresh. So I can’t see if the WiFi is currently switched on or off. I use a Sony Xperia X10. Do you have any idea?

    Thanks,
    Timo

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Looks like home screen problem

  21. Farhang
    10:22 AM on July 10th, 2010

    Hi.
    This Widget is so amazing. Works flawlessly on Xperia X10.

    Just one small thing!
    When used along side with the Bluetooth Widget and APN Widget, this Widget stands a little higher. I mean if you place them all in the same line (horizontal), the WiFi Widget stands higher than the other two. Can you please fix this?

    Thank you very much.

    PS: Sorry for my bad English. It’s far from my native language.

  22. Hugo
    10:14 PM on July 12th, 2010

    Last version doesn’t show the label on Android 2.2 (FroYo)

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Will be fixed soon

    Hugo Reply:

    Thanks for that =D… That’s the only reason why I’m still on CM 5.08 (Eclair version =D)

    PD: Your widgets and apps are the best… I’m only ussing the free ones for now as my country doesn’t have an open market so I can’t buy the others, but I’m waiting for it to do it ^^…

  23. timbang
    9:29 PM on July 13th, 2010

    Love your widgets. Just upgraded to Froyo using CyanogenMod v6.0.0 RC1 and the “Label” portion of the widget (2.1.0) as well as the ability to one click your way to Wi-Fi settings isn’t working. The label doesn’t show up and clicking in the area where it used to take you to settings doesn’t do anything. This functionality is working find on your Bluetooth On-Off widget.

  24. chet
    9:53 PM on August 10th, 2010

    I cannot find this app within my apps drawer after I install it. I want to put a shortcut on my screen, but I can’t. I had it installed, but the icon got corrupted. I removed the icon, but couldn’t find the app to replace the shortcut. I uninstalled, reinstalled, and still I can’t find the app. It does appear in my app list under settings, just not in the apps drawer.
    Gotta remove it again and find another app I guess….

  25. John
    6:19 AM on September 23rd, 2010

    when i try to install the apk it keps telling me “there is a problem parsing the package” any ideas?

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Try to re install it again. It’s hard to say why it happens.

  26. Paparrazzi
    7:24 AM on September 23rd, 2010

    Works for my Hero with 2.1 updated software. Good app

  27. Tom
    10:42 PM on October 31st, 2010

    Could you add an optional function to the wifi widget (and in the widget onoff pack) that allows us to press the widget and a screen pops up (like the brightness screen) and you turn wifi on for set amounts of time? like 5, 10 15 minutes kind thing. then it turns itself off after that time.

  28. barry
    5:40 PM on December 23rd, 2010

    Hi – will this work on Elonex Etouch tablet which runs on Android 1.6? If so how do I download it to my device.

    Thanks

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Yes. Use astro to install it from the sdcard.

  29. Edward Stripp
    10:15 AM on February 6th, 2011

    Hello developers, please make a widget of these sorts that toggles wifi tethering it would be very useful. Thanks for all these Widgets I use them very frequently. I thought my suggestion would be good for you.

  30. Peter Ng
    6:59 AM on February 11th, 2011

    Dear Sir,
    Your WiFi On/Off switch is Free download, when I try to load, it takes me to pay for this download; I have paid $0.99 for it. Since I like your switches for all in my Homepage. I am very happy to donate. But the 2G3G won’t work on my HTC Desire 2.2 Froyo, can you tell what I have to do to make it work?

    Thank you.

    Peter Ng

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Hi. We have all our widgets available for free, but we also have a donate version, probably you downloaded donate version.
    2g3g should bring you to the mobile radio settings.

  31. moore
    7:05 PM on February 11th, 2011

    Hi,

    after downloading the file it says parsing error the file when i try to install it

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Try to install again. or check market faq for help.

  32. emm
    8:59 PM on February 22nd, 2011

    OnOff for wifi hotspot would be nice to have.

  33. Mike
    12:59 AM on February 23rd, 2011

    Would it be possible to change the image of the background icon and the red/green dot, just like with shortcuts? Maybe this will be a nice added feature.

    The icons bite my current phone theme a bit.

  34. Michael
    8:40 AM on March 4th, 2011

    Im having trouble with this widget. I installed it on my homepage, and it was in a bad area. Every attempt to move it just toggled my wifi off and on. After I was unable to figure out how to move it, I went and uninstalled it. I was left with a empty box with “problem loading” written in it, which I am also unable to remove!

    Please help me, as of now this widget has totally F’d up the appearance of my phone!

  35. JohnsonWang
    7:01 AM on April 18th, 2011

    I use Garmin-ASUS A10 (Android 2.1) with this widget and working well. But I noticed that when I turn on WiFi through this widget, the WiFi icon won’t appear on status bar immediately, must wait 20-30 seconds around then appear(WiFi now ready). If I turn on WiFi through this widget (now the WiFi status not ready), and go to setting => wireless manager => Wi-Fi, my phone will get IP address immediately and get ready for WiFi. Is there any possible way to accelerate this process to get IP address through this WiFi widget?

  36. Yorkshire Tyke
    5:55 PM on May 15th, 2011

    HTC Desire S phone – I downloaded WiFi onoff, bluetooth onoff and gps onoff and non appeared in my download file not did any widget link open – any suggestions would be appreciated – Thanks

  37. Dima
    1:32 AM on May 26th, 2011

    Android OS (Optimus One) says that downloaded file is corrupted. Please can you fix it somehow, I like your widget style very much.

  38. nicola
    2:29 PM on June 3rd, 2011

    Hi! I followed the procedure for the widget “wifi on/off”, but it does not appear in the list of widgets …
    I have a eee pad with Android 3.1…
    please help me!

    nicola

  39. pete
    10:41 AM on June 30th, 2011

    Is there an issue with honeycomb?
    after download the download/help icon appears on screen.
    However in the widget list it doesn’t appear.
    So I cannot install iron my xoom

  40. nicole boozer
    1:59 AM on September 1st, 2011

    Do you offer wi-fi for my kindle?

  41. Douglas Campana
    7:13 AM on September 15th, 2011

    Wifi on / off only seems to work when airplane mode is on. Is this normal? When airplane mode is off, if wifi is turned off with this widget, it will turn on again in a few seconds. Any suggestions?

  42. witty1
    3:12 AM on October 31st, 2011

    Do you have Airpush spamware in any of your widgets or apps?

  43. mandana
    10:17 AM on January 11th, 2012

    hi
    i use sumsung galaxy s2

    after downloading the file it says parsing error the file when i try to install it

  44. kmsilver
    9:42 AM on March 12th, 2012

    The option to add the WiFi widget just magically appeared. I don’t know why or how, but I just tried to add your rotation widget, which didn’t show up as an available widget to install, but lo and behold, the WiFi WAS now available! However, the widget name shows up on the side of the icon, instead of below it!

  45. Simon Form
    10:18 PM on September 4th, 2012

    Hi, I installed this App on my Senai N10 4.0.3 Tablet, then decided to uninstall it. Unfortunately, it has left the shortcut/icon on my home page!! I had the same problem after uninstalling Bluetooth OnOff.

    How do I get rid of these “ghost” icons?
    Thanks Simon

  46. edwin
    6:01 PM on September 19th, 2012

    Would be nice if label shows SSID

  47. al reaud
    4:14 AM on September 21st, 2012

    I’ve a LG VS840. Android 2.3.6. The icon is not correctly centered in its grid square, sitting ~3/4 label widths lower than it should. If WIFI on, whole icon activates widget. If WiFi off, widget activation area is tiny, maybe a section of the label on the right. Excellent app though, very useful even with this issue.

  48. Ken
    5:57 AM on March 19th, 2013

    I had wifi on/off. It stopped running after my S3 was updated. I uninstalled it. I am trying to reinstinstall from Market Place but I get message A:READY INSTALLED. Help. Thanks

  49. Beverly Howard
    10:50 PM on August 23rd, 2013

    Would be helpful to post the exact tap process to either toggle the wifi/bt status vs bringing up the respective settings screen. Especially on the install information screen.

    I _think_ that tapping the icon toggles the status and tapping the text label brings up the settings, but not sure.

    Beverly Howard

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