Motosync App users have the ability to run speed tests for their network. The results will be posted to the Timeline. After a speed test is run, you will be presented with the download speed, upload speed, latency, and what type of usage the speeds will support.
How to run a speed test
- From the Network tab, scroll down to the bottom of the screen.
- Tap the Run speed test button. The speed test will take a few minutes to run.
- After the speed test is completed, the results will be posted above the Run speed test button.
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Your internet speed supports...
After a speed test is run, you will see green checkmarks for each type of supported usage. It is ok if not all the circles have a green checkmark. This means that the speed is not able to support certain types of usage, such as 4k streaming.
Here is a breakdown of the amount of bandwidth needed for each type of streaming that the Motosync system is looking for.
- Web = 64 kbps download
- Music = 384 kbps download
- SD = 1 Mbps download
- Games = 3 Mbps download
- HD = 4.5 Mbps download
- 4k = 22.5 Mbps download
Speed test history
Each time a speed test is run, the results will be recorded. To view a history of all the results, tap on the History link to the right of the Connection heading. The next page will display a copy of the most recent speed test. You will also be given the ability to run a speed test from this page. If you scroll down, you will find a list of speed tests that have been run. The entries will be sorted from most recent to oldest. There will be a timestamp on each entry.
Please note, speed test history can also be found on the Timeline tab.