Does it have to be on a rooted phone? I'm a novice at this and am afraid to venture into the rooting until I'm more confident in those skills.
Here's the problem and maybe y'all can help me out...
I volunteer at a local Day Shelter for the needy. The next-door neighbor allows us to use his WiFi so clients can access various resources for help. The problem we're having is that there is one guy that comes in daily with his laptop and games all day long. The games use up so much bandwidth that it keeps knocking everyone else off the network, not allowing anyone else to use it. By policy, we can't kick him out of the shelter, and asking the neighbor to put on a password would be fruitless, because eventually this individual would get the password from someone and we're back at the same problem again. We've tried to be polite and ask him not to game, but it's of no use.
My question is this... is there anyway, using, let's say, an android phone, to jam his signal so he cannot access the WiFi network, thus ticking him off enough because he can't game and he leaves, thus opening up the network for it's real intentions, to help others find assistance they need?
Thanks for any input, ideas, suggestions and assistance in this matter.