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[Stock ICS][FIX] Xperia U wifi bug - can't connect to WPA2 FIX

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By urban07, Junior Member on 21st June 2015, 06:07 PM
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Hello, fellow Xperia U users. Many of you are probably struggling with ICS bug, which prevents you from connecting to WPA2 secured wifi networks(stuck on authenticating). Some of you may have even changed router protection to less safe WEP. From what I know, currently there is no other solution. However, just a moment ago I found a temporary fix, by an accident

[Sorry if I posted it in wrong section - please move if neccessary]

What you need to do is connect each time using any WiFi Monitor - I tried zANTI, and WiFi Analyzer + WiFi connecter plugin. Here is how to do it:

1. Download and run zANTI(my account is too young to post links - sorry ) or WiFi Analyzer(available in google store)

For zANTI:
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2. Tap Zanti logo in top left corner of your screen
3. Tap "Wifi monitor" from menu
4. Choose your network
5. Enter your password, click "Connect", and V'oila

For WiFi Analyzer:
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2. Swipe horizontally until you see a list of networks
3. Choose your network, click "Modify", set a password, accept
4. Connect
5. You should be connected right away

I have some screenshots, but, again I can't post them normally, becouse my account isn't old enaugh to post external links(imgur), so you can see them in the attachments(those are screenshots for zANTI only, but soon I will upload screenshots for WiFi Analyzer).

It's not very comfortable way, but it works. Might be handy, when you are not an admin of router you want to connect to.
Once connected, stays that way until you disconnect manually.
Enjoy!
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Last edited by urban07; 22nd June 2015 at 10:10 AM.
 
 
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