Samsung Galaxy S3 Patch Lead And External Antenna




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MrPartyWaffle: For those who have a W1 and W2 setup the W1 is the GSM (cellular signal) and W2 is WiFi

Saeed Al Falasi: what about the drivers? wouldnt you need a custom driver?

Michael Carey: my experience is that while the plug on the end of the patch cable is robust... the socket inside the phone is very fragile. Most of them also have a small internal switch that disconnects the phones internal antenna when you plug in the patch cable, you can test this with a patch cable and no antenna. Watching the patch lead plug getting pulled straight out during this video make me cringe. Gently rotate while pulling gently is the trick. 

Stephanie Hudson: I have a Verizon model SCH-i535 which has ports L1, L2, and R1 (instead of W1 and W2). US obviously. Where would I attach this for boosting 4G performance? I'm wanting to use my phone as a MiFi device for my home (I'm still grandfathered in with unlimited data). I live in a rural area and am tired of exceeding my satellite data usage caps.

Hugh Jazz: I have been so close to buying the patch lead and 7.5dBi Omni Whip antenna for my car. But all these reports of damage to your handset (port connection, internal antenna lock-out) have now scared me off. Has anyone successfully used a Samsung S3 with W1 and W2 ports, with a patch lead and external antenna?

RafaloosPL: Is it TS9 or CRC9 plug?

theaudiorampage: Why don't you guys combine the external antenna to the back plate of the phone, so it will boost all of the time.

Mike Trieu: telcoantennas(dot)com(dot)au/site/patch-lead-samsung-galaxy-s3-i9300

Cybertronic: that's good to know, i'd just need to crimp the cable lead to a larger one that fits the connector on the phone.

Whoopie: No, but I've used plenty of their antennae in other applications. They work well for other WiFi applications. I can only assume they'd work for a phone signal as well.

Dre4dwolf: This is pretty good if your on a boat or something and you want to use your phone to tether internet to other devices, W2 would let you put a proper antenna to share wifi (ad-hoc) and W1 would boost 3g/4g signal.

fishyfish47: Hi Peter, plugged a patch lead into the S3 Boom ,haven't had internal antenna reception since. Why didn't Samsung but a sturdy external jack on this phone and then call it a smart phone. Caution people in using a patch lead on this phone.

Darkking Ice: Basically W1 - phone service W2 - wifi

takota clow: Excellent sir.. Where might I find the correct patch lead.? Or is that a universal txs

Cybertronic: has anyone tried using a laptop Antenna cable out of an LCD panel?

cramerelectronico: wich is name the this connector?

Miike Hunt: Cool, my S3 has 2 antenna ports though? (labelled W1 and W2).

Ashley Smith: Awesome video! Thanks for that, I had seen patch leads on ebay and even communicated with the seller, but couldn't work out how to uncover the plastic plugs on the back L1 & L2, then I grabbed a pair of small toenail scissors and tried again - the plug was easy, but carefully, removed. Well done:)

Peter Turner: I have a galaxy s3 brought the patch lead and antenna plug it in and wrecked my phone my phone came up no service to it, did a factory restore and still no go is you phone rooted

2Cheap4society: I have an S2, I want to make a patch lead but havent been able to find out what size the phone is. Have any Idea what yours is or an S2? Thanks!

Chrisco Wally: I had this lead use it a few times and the bit where you plug in the patch lead came off the phones motherboard = no coverage. ~$200 + a week later is the result.

Kevin Taengu Cheng: the w1 port represents the mobile internet while the w2 represents the wifi

slh950: why is there only one port? I have W1 and W2 on bottom and side of SIM card respectively. The phone here doesn't have W2 ... I also have s3

ryan kirby: How would I do this on a galaxy note??
Rating:
Samsung Galaxy S3 Patch Lead and External Antenna 4.1 out of 5

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