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Rj45 to mobile phone connection


Best Answer phillpower2 , 16 February 2020 - 07:17 AM

   Jim1985, Not done this myself but there are adaptors available that you can use, see info here please note the importance that you ensure compatibility between your phone and any... Go to the full post »


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Hi all, in a bit of a bind. I have a garden room which I have run a cat5 cable to direct from my router. It's for a games console and is working fine, however I recently fitted a "tplink" rj45 splitter device so I could direct plug in a WiFi booster so I can use my phone on WiFi as apposed to using mobile data. The room itself is too far away from the house for the booster to work from the house, hence why I have done it this way. Now either the splitter or the booster are causing connection issues in the garden room and the house, I feel it may be the booster. Is there a device any of you would recommend that I could use from the splitter so I can wire my phone directly to it? That way I have a wired connection to the games console aswell as the phone? Thank you in advance and apologies if what I've typed above doesn't make sense
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:welcome:   Jim1985,

 

Not done this myself but there are adaptors available that you can use, see info here please note the importance that you ensure compatibility between your phone and any device before making any purchase.


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Thank you Phil, I have followed your link and found one that's compatible, appreciate your time
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You are welcome Jim and thanks for the follow up  :thumbsup:


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