My first post here, I am not sure I am posting in the correct section.
I need to update the wpa_supplicant conf of my Andorid 9 phone (an Asus Zenfore Max Pro M1) in order to allow it to connect to a MFP (managed frame protected) network.
I managed to configure my home linux machines to do so but with my Android phone it is a disaster.
From what I know the device needs to be rooted...for this I am just proceding with the proper steps but...I am not sure that the wpa_supplicant.conf to be modified is the one settled in the /etc directory as I ve read that on Android the conf file for the wpa_supplicant service may be different.
Is there any way to understand which configuration files a binary executable is bound with?
What I am trying to do is to set the pmf option in the correct wpa_supplicant.conf file in orded to let the device connect to a MFP network.
Any help will be so much appreciated.