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Smile Solution of wifi issue on kitkat 4.4.2

Hi friends. Finally i found a solution for wifi problem. first enter to call screen and dial *#0011# will bring service screen. Press the menu soft key and select wifi. After turn off wifi power saving mode and exit. Thats all. Use your wifi healtly.

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Congrats my friend, but this is not really new
And its not a real solution, because if u disable powersaving Wifi, battery drains super fast without doing anything.

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And it ignores modem issues and all the other WiFi issues that surround KitKat and other ROMs. This is not an actual solution. Also you can turn it off in the menu anyway...
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Friends. You said true. I still have same wifi issues. I tried the flash Wifi Fix but that didn't work. Have you got any solution ?
 
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Have you odin flashed the correct baseband (modem)?

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Have you odin flashed the correct baseband (modem)?

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Yes. I using XXUFNA5 4.4.2 Leak and I flashed XXUFNA5 modem and wifi fix but wifi still working slowly and laggy
 
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Congrats my friend, but this is not really new
And its not a real solution, because if u disable powersaving Wifi, battery drains super fast without doing anything.

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And it ignores modem issues and all the other WiFi issues that surround KitKat and other ROMs. This is not an actual solution. Also you can turn it off in the menu anyway...
I have another issue.. wifi is working fine and when i checked it using the code *#0011#, wifi powersaving is on.. but in the battery graph, wifi is continuously on, even though i have switched it off!

Running on wanamlite rom v3.5 and stock repacked kernel by wanamlite..

battery drain seems normal..
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I've tried it but it says "Unable to process request"

I'm on Danvdh's 4.4.2 KK latest rom.

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