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I got xbox live but not getting full signal i got a cricket wireless and shareing it and i dont know how to get full signal i got the ethernet cord in back of computer

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If you do have wireless, you would need to have a router for your current computer u are trying to connect with. use the Ethernet cord instead, its faster and there is usually no loading times.

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