Trouble Streaming Pandora on iPhone or Android?
Listening to your favorite Pandora playlist while walking down the street or commuting to work? Ever experienced buffering or even disconnects? It’s time to solve this issue where Pandora keeps buffering once and for all. Enjoy uninterrupted Pandora streaming of your favorite audio tracks, wherever you may be, no issues.
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Why Does Pandora Keep Buffering? How Can You Fix It?
Pandora uses the active Internet connection on your smartphone. Whether you’re commuting by bus, train or just walking down the street, you probably use public WiFi networks. As you move around, the signal strength of the WiFi hotspot you’re connected to will change, resulting in a change in speed performance. When you’re nearing the edge of a WiFi hotspot, you will most likely get an Internet connection that doesn’t work.
Also, sometimes your phone connects to a bad WiFi hotspot. This means that although it’s connected to WiFi, it doesn’t have any Internet connectivity.
In both cases – edge of WiFi and bad WiFi connection – your iPhone or Android doesn’t know you don’t have a working connection to the Internet. The smartphone will stay connected to the WiFi hotspot (even if it doesn’t work) until:
- it finds a stronger signal for the same WiFi network;
- it detects another known WiFi network to connect to;
- it will switch to cellular eventually.
During all this “waiting” time, Pandora will not be able to load and stream your music. That’s how Pandora keeps buffering.
Pandora Keeps Buffering or Disconnecting When Phone Switches from WiFi to Cellular
If your smartphone cannot find any known WiFi networks nearby, it’ll switch between WiFi and cellular. The problem is that both iPhones and Android smartphones prefer WiFi connections rather than cellular ones by default. Even if your WiFi connection is poor and slow, your phone will stay connected to that while it’s in its range. Only after it loses signal, will it switch to cellular.
In this case, as you get away from the hotspot, your speed drops and Pandora will have streaming issues. It will keep buffering or even disconnect until your iPhone or Android switches to cellular.
How EdgeWise Helps when Pandora Keeps Buffering
EdgeWise is an app for your iPhone or Android. Just push the button to activate it and it runs in the background, acting as both a VPN and a connection manager:
- EdgeWise constantly monitors the quality of the WiFi signal.
- Once you step out of your WiFi range or connect to a bad hotspot, EdgeWise seamlessly moves your traffic over to your cellular connection.
- When you’re back in range of a good WiFi hotspot, EdgeWise moves your traffic back to WiFi to conserve potentially expensive cellular connections.
This way, EdgeWise rescues you from bad WiFi hotspots and connection gaps. Pandora will no longer keep buffering!
Why Should I Get EdgeWise for Pandora Buffering or Disconnect Issues?
We recommend you get EdgeWise if your iPhone or Android loses connectivity often or when the WiFi Internet is too slow. Being powered by Speedify fast bonding VPN, EdgeWise also encrypts all your traffic to and from the Internet. So, you get both a stable Internet and a secure one.
Does EdgeWise Rescue My Pandora Streaming for Free?
EdgeWise is free to use for 3 hours per day. If you need us to rescue your Pandora connectivity 24/7 or you want to help save owls, get a monthly or yearly subscription starting at $1.66 / month.