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How to change frequency or to disable frequency name

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    The Spaminator Oct 03, 2019

    Hi eaadrano , frequency of what ?
    if it is the WI FI you change it in the WI FI router or access point .
    The frequency setting so add 3 to lowest channel number and make it non auto

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