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4th March 2014, 10:27 AM   |  #1  
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What WFfi chip sits in i9195?

Is it capable of monitor mode? And if not - are there reasonable hopes it will be?
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What WFfi chip sits in i9195?

Is it capable of monitor mode? And if not - are there reasonable hopes it will be?

The wifi is part of the Snapdragon SOC, what monitoring mode are you referring to?
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The wifi is part of the Snapdragon SOC,

Yeah, but what is this part? Is is Broadcom and if so, which one?

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what monitoring mode are you referring to?

The one that enables packet injection to test security of WPA-WPS protected WiFi networks.
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Yeah, but what is this part? Is is Broadcom and if so, which one?


The one that enables packet injection to test security of WPA-WPS protected WiFi networks.

Its Qualcomm, Snapdragon 400 series: http://www.qualcomm.com.au/products/snapdragon

For your LTE model I think it the MSM8930. Not sure about whether it can do packet injection or not. Sorry.
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Thanks, but this is just CPU and GPU information. WiFi chip information are usually not published.
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Thanks, but this is just CPU and GPU information. WiFi chip information are usually not published.

Like I said it a SOC, its integrated into the chip. If Qualcomm release no datasheet for it, nothing much I can do.
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The wifi chips name is Prima.

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