The patch below modifies the wpa_supplicant code in the external/wpa_supplicant AOSP repo to make ad-hoc networks appear as regular APs with a (*) prefix.
* removes the [IBSS] flag from scan results,
* masquerades and demasquerades ad-hoc ssid with (*) prefix
* sets mode 1 (ad-hoc) if the ssid is for IBSS
* permits the supplicant to select an IBSS when associating to a given ssid
Downloaded and will have a try. It will be great if it works. Thanks.
The hero can detect the ad-hoc mode with a (*)before the name. It can be connected but can't access the internet. My laptop can access internet through this ad-hoc wifi. Didn't know why?
It works! Beautiful. I used my old G1 to make an ad-hoc wireless network and my Desire saw it right away and connected without any problem. See my signature for the ROM I'm using (if it really matters).
The patch didn't work for me at first. I got "Error" while trying to turn my wi-fi on.
But when I restored the original /system/etc/wifi/tiwlan.ini and /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf back in the phone, it started detecting ad-hoc networks.
So the patch worked after all.
Did not work after I rebooted my phone.
HTC Hero Brown Running: FroydVillain 1.2.2 Kernel: 2.6.29-nindroid-ninpo@titan #302 Operator: Airtel India
Hi all, I just got my SGS yesterday. How can I flash this patch. I renamed file to update.zip, downloaded into my SGS /sdcard, and used ABD to install the update.zip. However it gave me a waring 'Installation Aborted'' . I may just doing something wrong here. ...any suggestion? Thanks a lot!
Thanks a lot, works on Magic 32b but only for non password protected connections
Able to see the connections on Desire, but unable to connect, gets stuck on Obtaining IP adress.....
Running on Cyanogen 6.0.0 RC1 on Magic, and LeeDroid 1.8c on Desire
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