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20th October 2014, 08:24 PM   |  #491  
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I was testing to see if I can run bcmon and a gui for reaver from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2456888 but I simply can't get it to work or even figure out which network chipset is built into our Z1 compact devices to figure out if it's compatible at all.

Can anyone share any info about this?

I don't think it will ever work, because bcmon only works on broadcom chipsets as far as I know. I was able to get it working on my old Samsung S2. It won't work on current devices, sadly
20th October 2014, 08:58 PM   |  #492  
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Ok, thanks but still, how do I find out what networking chipset is inside our phones?
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Ok, thanks but still, how do I find out what networking chipset is inside our phones?

I did some research, and I found out that the qualcomm s800 chipset already has built in wifi. That means there is no external wifi chipset.
Here's a pdf which has a bit more information: https://www.qualcomm.com/media/docum...duct-brief.pdf
I guess you can say our wifi chipset is qualcomm s800
21st October 2014, 08:30 AM   |  #494  
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Wow! Now that is marketing!
If I didn't own it already I'd buy it immediately
Thanks for the link.
21st October 2014, 01:51 PM   |  #495  
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All snapdragons have integrated WiFi, even snapdragon 200
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21st October 2014, 02:46 PM   |  #496  
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Time for an update
Not a build though
Omar has been hard at work on merging pimped with mosh, and it's working pretty well. However, it needs more testing as to avoid any issues that may arise. Also, SaberMod toolchain has been updated to a new test version. I'm running a build based on it now. This also would need some testing.
To summarize, right now new changes that will make your devices go vroooooom are being tested
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Time for an update
Not a build though
Omar has been hard at work on merging pimped with mosh, and it's working pretty well. However, it needs more testing as to avoid any issues that may arise. Also, SaberMod toolchain has been updated to a new test version. I'm running a build based on it now. This also would need some testing.
To summarize, right now new changes that will make your devices go vroooooom are being tested

I'm thinking about opening a new thread for it, what do you think?
because I'm gonna publish it for homani and togari as soon as we finish working on it.

Also never mention me without you man , this kernel wouldn't have existed without your amazingly great help and you know it

Regards,
Omar.
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I'm thinking about opening a new thread for it, what do you think?
because I'm gonna publish it for homani and togari as soon as we finish working on it.

Also never mention me without you man , this kernel wouldn't have existed without your amazingly great help and you know it

Regards,
Omar.

A new thread doesn't sound like a bad idea. It is after all a new kernel
I might have helped a bit, but it was you who put it all together and almost burned his laptop in the process
In the end, hard work and enthusiasm are what matters

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