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[Picture Guide] How To Boost Your USB Adapter Wireless Signal

Discussion in 'How-To Articles, Tips and Guides' started by MrXidus, May 15, 2011.

  1. MrXidus

    MrXidus Super Moderator MalwareTips Staff

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    G'day, Since I'm quite bored I thought I'd make a guide and post it here.
    Pictures are by me.

    This is for Wireless USB Adapters.

    Best thing about this is its easy to do, requires hardly no time at all and everything needed in this guide are common house hold items :)

    A word of warning is always treat your adapter nice, be gentle - its got a little heart inside too and has feelings. Thank you. :heart:

    The FREE and QUICK way of boosting your signal starts now.

    1. Your Wireless USB Adapter.
    - You obviously need this. When you purchased your adapter it should have came with a black USB extender cable. This is so you can put your adapter inside of the bottle.

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    2. Items required.
    - An empty water bottle, This can be any type of bottle, I am using a spring water bottle. You will also need some tin foil, Usually every kitchen has this you should have no problem getting your hands on some. You will also need some scissors.

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    3. Gift Wrapping & Cutting the hole.
    - Wrap the tin foil around the bottle then cut a small hole big enough to allow you to fit the USB Adapter inside.

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    4. Insert the Adapter
    - Into the bottle like so.

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    5. Final Positioning.
    - Now once that's done place your Wireless Signal Boosting Super Bottleā„¢ in a spot where its secure, won't fall and best of all facing the bottle hole at the direction your wireless modem/router is! That way it works silly.

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    7. The Results
    - If done correctly you should now see some luck. Here are my results.

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    FAQ:

    Q: :mad: DIDN'T WORK FOR ME, YOUR GUIDE FAILS AND YOU SUCK.
    A: Firstly don't write in CAPS, I dislike being shout at, Secondly my guide works fine as seen with my picture results, Where did I say this guide offers 100% guaranteed signal boosting or results! You simply didn't do it right. I suck? Well I don't see you contributing or sharing helpful content, Your only being negative. Thirdly that isn't even a question. Kindly leave...Thank you.

    Got an actual question? Feel free to post.

    Hope you've enjoyed my guide as much as I did making it. - MrXidus

    :feedback:
     
  2. Tom172

    Tom172 Regular Member

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    Thankfully I don't have to resort to using this contraption. Thanks though :)


    +2
     
  3. win7holic

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    Thank you,that's a good tutorial.. but even if my USB connection has a full signal,I have a problem with my bandwidth speed which is slow:(
     
  4. MrXidus

    MrXidus Super Moderator MalwareTips Staff

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    @ Tomo Lucky you :p Thanks for the + is always appreciated.
    @ Win7 Only way to solve that I'd say is get a better internet plan/package or ISP.
     
  5. win7holic

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    now, what your inet plan..??
    more quota and more faster to upload??
     
  6. MrXidus

    MrXidus Super Moderator MalwareTips Staff

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    @ Win7. I've told you my internet plan on Gtalk remember? ;P
     
  7. win7holic

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    i remember.. but i just want sure.. it more fast..? (bcoz a weeks ago when i ask about it, you not use it, maybe you not sure about the speed)
     
  8. moonshine

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    Any guides for a Wireless Router? :D
     
  9. MetalShaun

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    For a router make a fan of tin foil behing the atennas so its facing the general direction of your reciever this helps signal also.
     
  10. Vextor

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    I have no problems, but it is a great guide. Thanks!
     
  11. HeffeD

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    Nice guide, but a Pringles can would look nicer. ;)
     
  12. Tweak

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    Plus it is more commonly used for this type of "signal booster" as it is already internally lined with aluminum foil by design. ;)



    As for the boosting of a WiFi Router, this may interest some.

    http://lifehacker.com/296367/boost-your-wireless-signal-with-a-homemade-wifi-extender



    :cool:

    Nice work and tutorial Mr. X :cool:
     
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  13. MrXidus

    MrXidus Super Moderator MalwareTips Staff

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    @ HeffeD Ha I can see that working out too, I got a pringles can too so I might try it.

    @ Tweak Yep I will try it later with and without tin foil to see how it goes.
    Your welcome aswell. :p
     
  14. McLovin

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    +1 This is very handy. Never knew you could do this. Well done MrXidus :D
     
  15. MrXidus

    MrXidus Super Moderator MalwareTips Staff

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    Happy to share knowledge McLovin.
     
  16. lxamir96lx

    lxamir96lx New Member

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    Wow nice tutorial mate =)
    I will try it using my wireless USB adapter =)
     
  17. Valentin N

    Valentin N Regular Member

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    Nice guide :) +3 rep

    offtopic
    [hr]
    if you have car that you close through pressing a button than put that key under your chin and your will be able to close the car even if you to fare way than it's allowed ^^
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    Regards,
    Valentin N
     
  18. Tom172

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  19. kurtgodel

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    Holy Shit!!It worked!I just took a shitty bottle and put the adapter inside with very little tin foil,worse than your model in your pictures.Thanks friend !
     

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