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[Q] TrevE mod connection fail when enabling wifi-encryption

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31st January 2014, 05:42 AM   |  #1  
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I am able to tether to my laptop using TrevE-Mod but only if wifi encryption is NOT enabled. If i enable wifi encryption, it will not connect.

How do i make this work with wifi encryption? anyone have this problem?

my current settings is as follows:

Generic ics/jb wlan0
netd-ndc master
send netdmax "" checked
passphrase changed
ssid changed
channel 1
wifi driver reload 2 checked
routing fix checked

any help is appreciated. I am also using express vpn if that matters.

thanks
31st January 2014, 11:21 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by bones718

I am able to tether to my laptop using TrevE-Mod but only if wifi encryption is NOT enabled. If i enable wifi encryption, it will not connect.

How do i make this work with wifi encryption? anyone have this problem?

my current settings is as follows:

Generic ics/jb wlan0
netd-ndc master
send netdmax "" checked
passphrase changed
ssid changed
channel 1
wifi driver reload 2 checked
routing fix checked

any help is appreciated. I am also using express vpn if that matters.

thanks

The version of Android would be helpful for this discussion. The rom name would be too. I assume you are on a T889...

More info would be useful to further the conversation.

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31st January 2014, 02:35 PM   |  #3  
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The version of Android would be helpful for this discussion. The rom name would be too. I assume you are on a T889...

More info would be useful to further the conversation.

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coug,

running stock 4.1.2 (BMD1), on a rooted t889 with (MK7) radio.
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1st February 2014, 12:01 AM   |  #4  
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coug,

running stock 4.1.2 (BMD1), on a rooted t889 with (MK7) radio.

Is your device type set to Samsung Galaxy S3? If not, try that.

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