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hi there,

i bought this router so i can reduce my ping but cant seem to find "mobile legends" geofilter options.  to be quite honest i just want solutions so i can lower my ping in "mobile legends".

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Hey, welcome to the forum!

We haven't tested the game specifically or mobile games in general so unsure if it will work properly. However,  in the Device Manager change the device type of your phone to an Xbox or PlayStation. Then add your phone to the Geo-Filter and change your settings. Do all this while the game isn't running, then boot up the game and see if it works.

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how do i change my phone to xbox or playstation?  i have an andriod samsung a50.  i've googled it and didn't find any settings for it.

 

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Go to the Device Manager, click on the phone and click on the device type drop down menu, select either Xbox or PlayStation then click save.

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i got it thank you!  i thought you meant was "device manager" on my phone.  but you meant was "device manager" on the dumaos.  another question or should i put it in a different thread? i tried to search it on the forum but doens't seem to pop up.  there's multiple entry for my one device(same mac address).  one for each different connection i did for it. (1 via nighthawk wifi, 1 via nighthawk ethernet, 1 via extender wifi wired to nighthawk ethernet)  if i put a slider to 100% on one of them say "via nighthaw ethernet", would that prioritize every single connection for that device regardless of the connection?  or is there a why for the dumaos to recognize it as the same device.

 

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That feature doesn't prioritize any traffic, it's just to allocate how much bandwidth it gets. With share excess enabled though (by default) any device can get what it needs and take unused bandwidth from other devices if necessary. It would apply to just that device/connection method.

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