its included in the android sdk toolchain.
Can all the people which had problems, check the version of wpa_supplicant their rom is using? connectbot or via adb in cmd.exe/shell (adb shell wpa_supplicant -v) and post the output?.
It seems like some newer roms are using wpa_supplicant v6 with different libs.
You can try to use the precompiled wpa_supplicant from daveba http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...98&postcount=6
our flash the attached signed update zip. (its the same file)
Attention: its not my file!!
This is causing some serious wifi issues with my Droid (running a rooted version of the original Froyo ROM). Immediately, I noticed that the phone couldn't scan for wifi networks. I replaced the file with the wpa6 file, had the same issues. Replaced both files with the original wpa supplement included in the ROM, and now wifi still wont work.
EDIT: Nandroid restore did the trick.
Using the "wpa6_adhoc-signed.zip" version, I can connect to another Android phone's wireless hotspot, but I can't connect to my Windows-7 adhoc connection using wpa2. I can see the connection, but just not connect to it.
Anyone else seeing this behaviour?
Enom 2.11.3 ROM, btw.