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[FIX] Wifi dropping on Gingerbread Sense ROMs

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By gtg465x, Inactive Recognized Developer on 1st May 2011, 06:17 AM
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Removed. snq- will provide a new fix soon that should be more kosher than my workaround. Looks like the proper fix needs to be built into kernels.
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1st May 2011, 06:18 AM |#2  
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A lot of people have been asking me for this so hopefully this will satisfy everyone.

If you don't already know, HTC programmed their Gingerbread ROMs to drop wifi connections if the signal falls below -88dBm. I'm not sure why they did that because -88dBm is a perfectly usable signal. With this fix, your wifi connection won't drop until the signal falls below -108dBm.

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thx man nice to put it in a thread for all
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Originally Posted by gtg465x

A lot of people have been asking me for this so hopefully this will satisfy everyone.

If you don't already know, HTC programmed their Gingerbread ROMs to drop wifi connections if the signal falls below -88dBm. I'm not sure why they did that because -88dBm is a perfectly usable signal. With this fix, your wifi connection won't drop until the signal falls below -108dBm.

Select the correct version for your ROM and flash through Clockwork Recovery.


If you appreciate my work, donations of any amount are very much appreciated.

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1st May 2011, 06:22 AM |#4  
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U are the man!!!Thanks a lot!!!And i was looking around about that!!!
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Tq Buddy ~ i need it so much =)
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Is cyanogen 2.31 right?

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1st May 2011, 08:14 AM |#7  
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thanks man
already included in my ROM
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Is cyanogen 2.31 right?

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I changed the title of the thread just for you.
1st May 2011, 08:22 AM |#9  
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One question... If the Rom gets an update (Base Is the same) have we to reflash this fix after update right?
1st May 2011, 08:31 AM |#11  
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One question... If the Rom gets an update (Base Is the same) have we to reflash this fix after update right?

well if the framework.jar changes yes

but m-deejay and i are both including this m-deejay already did, i do on next release
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