Configuration setting for peak performance of HTTP download

by vrukesh » Mon, 25 Apr 2011 21:38:56 GMT


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 Hi,

We are using Android Gingerbread 2.3.3 on dual-core ARM based chip.

When we perform HTTP download of single 10MB text file, we get network
download speed of 8Mbps.

But, when we perform simultaneos HTTP download of more than one file
(for example, two different 10MB text files), we get total download
speed of 12Mbps.

Is there some configuration setting required in TCP stack, to achieve
peak throughput speed with single file itself ?

Thanks,
Vrukesh V. Panse

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