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[SOLVED] Several Roms versions can't detect my wifi network

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Default [SOLVED] Several Roms versions can't detect my wifi network

Hi,
I used C-ROM fr a while and everything was fine.
I m on 7.1 version
Since a few days, I couldn't detect my wifi network.
So I decided to flash another ROM to test, here are the results :
- C ROM 7.1 - 23rd june => not detected
- PARANOID 4.4 RC2 - 17th june => detected
- PARANOID 4.4 - 25th june => not detected
- Omni 4.4.4 - 20th june => detected
- AOSB - 29th june => not detected

My wifi is on automatic channel (so I think my box chooses the 11th)
my key encryption is WPA

Does someone know if a part of code common to this roms changed after the 20th june ?
Nobody had the same problem ?

Thanks for your feedback.
 
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That sounds like an issue related to the Kernel Module specific to Wifi. Try flashing a custom kernel like Faux or the Stock Kernel Modules here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2649763
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Thanks for the answer. Can t flash faux kernel cause I m not on stock.
Then I tried to flashstock_kitkat_falcon_modules.zip but didn t change anything.
A Guy said he managed to solve this problem by changing his channel network.
I could do that but it s a shame cause it was working with previous versions.

Edit : problem solved by forcing wifi channel on 9. But something changed un several ROMS. Will never know what :-/
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