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WPA Supplicant full compatible with 2.3.5 and ad hoc networks

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3rd January 2012, 02:05 PM   |  #11  
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NEEDS ROOT!

Here it is a compatible wpa_supplicant for 2.3.5
tested and working with yp g70 2.3.5 and x10 mini 2.1 with barnacle.
Probably it works with symbian (joikuspot) and windows 6.5 wifi tethering

donít forgot to backup your original wpa_supplicant file!!!

Transfer the wpa_supplicant file to your phone SD card.
Now copy wpa_supplicant file to /system/bin folder using root explorer (select R/W read and write)
reboot and test it!


i placed this file in the bin folder accidently deleted the original file.. i didnt realize my android version is gingerbread 2.3.6 not 2.3.5.. now my wifi doesnt even scan non adhoc networks. it just keeps scanning for networks.. my cell is galaxy Y 5360.ive tried hard reset and everything.. i dont know what to do now.. can anyone help me .. post the original wpa_supplicant for my device.. i would be thankful.. kindly help me out. as i bought my cell only yesterday n not looking forward to pay extra cash to get it fixed..
1st February 2012, 09:24 AM   |  #12  
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great!
It works very well with (G70 - 2.3.5 - root) and (C6 Nokia - JoikuSpot).
thanks tapioco2000

hye, im using samsung galaxy W rooted 2.3.5 n try to connect it with my Nokia E71 Joikuspot. can u help me ? coz i try everything but it still not connecting. Btw, i already place the wpa but still didnt work. Help please?


Edit - Nvm. Its working now. Thank u!!!!!!!!!
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26th April 2012, 11:01 PM   |  #13  
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Originally Posted by tapioco2000

NEEDS ROOT!

Here it is a compatible wpa_supplicant for 2.3.5
tested and working with yp g70 2.3.5 and x10 mini 2.1 with barnacle.
Probably it works with symbian (joikuspot) and windows 6.5 wifi tethering

donít forgot to backup your original wpa_supplicant file!!!

Transfer the wpa_supplicant file to your phone SD card.
Now copy wpa_supplicant file to /system/bin folder using root explorer (select R/W read and write)
reboot and test it!


I tried it and my device still can't to wifi

I tried to use the original file and it still doesnt work!

Please help!
27th April 2012, 10:52 AM   |  #14  
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I tried it and my device still can't to wifi

I tried to use the original file and it still doesnt work!

Please help!

If the original file isn't working I think you have wifi problem not depending on wpa_supplicant
30th April 2012, 10:33 AM   |  #15  
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Just to let you know, I am desperately seeking a solution to adhoc connectivity, so I tried your supplicant file on my rooted Huawei (U8510) Ideos X3 (gingerbread 2.3.5) with high hopes...

Unfortunately - no joy (wifi scanning finds no access points and shuts itself off after a few seconds)... Any idea why please?

(I haven't "broken" anything, it was no problem to restore a backup of the wpa file... so - no panic!)

How do I go about tweaking this wpa_supplicant file myself? (I may be a n00b on this forum, but i'm a chap with 30 years in the industry.... C++, HTML, PHP, Vis. Basic etc... ALL the usual suspects )

I greatly appreciate ANY light anyone can shed on this issue (in advance)...
30th April 2012, 03:10 PM   |  #16  
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Originally Posted by PhunkyPunk

Just to let you know, I am desperately seeking a solution to adhoc connectivity, so I tried your supplicant file on my rooted Huawei (U8510) Ideos X3 (gingerbread 2.3.5) with high hopes...

Unfortunately - no joy (wifi scanning finds no access points and shuts itself off after a few seconds)... Any idea why please?

(I haven't "broken" anything, it was no problem to restore a backup of the wpa file... so - no panic!)

How do I go about tweaking this wpa_supplicant file myself? (I may be a n00b on this forum, but i'm a chap with 30 years in the industry.... C++, HTML, PHP, Vis. Basic etc... ALL the usual suspects )

I greatly appreciate ANY light anyone can shed on this issue (in advance)...

I'm going to assume this is the problem...

Click on your wpa_supplicant file, go to properties (I'd suggest doing this on the device itself) and enable R/W/X for the file. Make sure ALL of them are enabled. (Read, Write, Executable).

Let me know if this solves your issue!
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30th April 2012, 06:46 PM   |  #17  
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I'm going to assume this is the problem...

Click on your wpa_supplicant file, go to properties (I'd suggest doing this on the device itself) and enable R/W/X for the file. Make sure ALL of them are enabled. (Read, Write, Executable).

Let me know if this solves your issue!

I had already tried CHMODing the file, but followed your advice anyway and recopied the file applying a CHMOD 777 (ALL), to no avail - same result as before...

(but thanks anyway)
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I had already tried CHMODing the file, but followed your advice anyway and recopied the file applying a CHMOD 777 (ALL), to no avail - same result as before...

(but thanks anyway)

If you haven't modified anything else... using the original file + allowing R/W/X should fix it 100%. I even "broke it" to where it wouldn't stay enabled for more than like 5 seconds to test it. Try editing it with ES Explorer and make sure your in the right directory as there are multiple wpa_supplicant files throughout the root of the device.
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If you haven't modified anything else... using the original file + allowing R/W/X should fix it 100%. I even "broke it" to where it wouldn't stay enabled for more than like 5 seconds to test it. Try editing it with ES Explorer and make sure your in the right directory as there are multiple wpa_supplicant files throughout the root of the device.

I find it is no problem to replace my original wpa_supplicant file over these modified ones, restoring my original functionality, making nearby protected hotspots visible again...

Furthermore, this file should be going to /system/bin/ I believe?

I use ES explorer (nice) but couldn't edit either the original supplicant file, nor subsequent versions on my handset.... maybe on a pc? But - what am I looking for within the file?

What to edit?
1st May 2012, 10:22 PM   |  #20  
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this works on my galaxy s also

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