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[MOD][XPOSED][4.4+] WiFiKeyView - Show your WiFi passwords

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hello,
nice and handy app but it doesn't work for the LG g3 :/
i can help you testing it and give you information you want
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So, where is the information that is needed?

The XPosed log is always a good place to start

I am sorry for those waiting for a new version, I am very busy at the moment, but it will still come, I only don't know when

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This is my first module for XPosed
Hi,"Network has no password"Dialog on my SONY TX 4.3 ROM not show,fix it,please!
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@liveasx how can I help you without the logs? Please post them otherwise I wouldn't be able to help

For the one plus one users where this mod is not working; I have bought the phone too and am waiting for delivery, I can test everything on my own phone than!

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It was more work than I expected, but I wrote my own reader for the supplicant file, which will search on 3 locations for it.

I am still working on the new version but the newest code changes are already visible on github! (it is a working version but it is missing many functions (as the settings is still not working implemented))
 
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Thanks for this nice module, and I love that it is open source! It is working well on most of my networks on my Motorola Droid 4 running the latest CM11 nightlies.

One thing that is not working is a network called eduroam. I see su toasts but no password. eduroam needs different settings than my other networks and I noticed that the password line in wpa_supplicant.conf reads password="mypassword", instead of psk="mypassword" like for the other networks.

Also, I see weird names in the su toast. Some times it says that su was requested by "settings", other times it reads "fused location". Xposed itself is set to not show toasts for su requests in the superuser configuration. Shouldn't WiFiKeyView not show any su toast at all?
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Thanks for this nice module, and I love that it is open source! It is working well on most of my networks on my Motorola Droid 4 running the latest CM11 nightlies.

One thing that is not working is a network called eduroam. I see su toasts but no password. eduroam needs different settings than my other networks and I noticed that the password line in wpa_supplicant.conf reads password="mypassword", instead of psk="mypassword" like for the other networks.

Also, I see weird names in the su toast. Some times it says that su was requested by "settings", other times it reads "fused location". Xposed itself is set to not show toasts for su requests in the superuser configuration. Shouldn't WiFiKeyView not show any su toast at all?
I am still working on the update that is including the password you mentioned! The old supplicant file reader I used didn't had this implemented so I had to write one myself, now it is working I still to finish the UI so you will have to wait a little longer!

You have set XPosed to not show SU notifications, but my app isn't XPosed, only an extension to the framework! The weird name you are mentioning is completly new to me... Is there any package name or more info on this? WiFiKeyView is requesting the SU through the settings app, it was an error of me, but as it still works okay I didn't changed it
 
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... so you will have to wait a little longer!
... WiFiKeyView is requesting the SU through the settings app, it was an error of me, but as it still works okay I didn't changed it
No problem, I am patient
For the su toasts I have to look into what else could screw up... maybe I blocked something in XPrivacy? Anyway, it's not important at all...
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I will take a look for the places where the SU shell is requested, but because of XPosed almost everything will run from the program that is modded, and not my program so I don't think I will find anything.

I will post some screencaptures from the new version later today (as the base is working, but everything else isn't)

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