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By tapioco2000, Senior Member on 5th December 2011, 02:32 PM
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Here it is a compatible wpa_supplicant for 2.3.5
tested and working with yp g70 2.3.5 and x10 mini 2.1 with barnacle.
Probably it works with symbian (joikuspot) and windows 6.5 wifi tethering

don’t forgot to backup your original wpa_supplicant file!!!

Transfer the wpa_supplicant file to your phone SD card.
Now copy wpa_supplicant file to /system/bin folder using root explorer (select R/W read and write)
reboot and test it!
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13th December 2011, 11:56 AM |#2  
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this work in galaxy s2 now i can use adhoc
20th December 2011, 07:57 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by tapioco2000

NEEDS ROOT!

Here it is a compatible wpa_supplicant for 2.3.5
tested and working with yp g70 2.3.5 and x10 mini 2.1 with barnacle.
Probably it works with symbian (joikuspot) and windows 6.5 wifi tethering

don’t forgot to backup your original wpa_supplicant file!!!

Transfer the wpa_supplicant file to your phone SD card.
Now copy wpa_supplicant file to /system/bin folder using root explorer (select R/W read and write)
reboot and test it!

Nice. This works on my Galaxy S2 running AndroidMeda 4.47 with an adhoc wifi hosted off my Ubuntu laptop.

Btw tapioco2000 can you tell how you got hold of this file, just to know the source a sensitive binary I am running after all that CareerIQ hooplah?
28th December 2011, 08:31 AM |#4  
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When I tried this is broke my WiFi for my device (Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0), I was able to fix it by returning the original file though.

Any reason why it didn't work ? =(

Ad-hoc support is very, very important to me in order to have my SGP functioning to my needs.

Thanks!

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29th December 2011, 04:16 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by ZaIINN

When I tried this is broke my WiFi for my device (Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0), I was able to fix it by returning the original file though.

Any reason why it didn't work ? =(

Ad-hoc support is very, very important to me in order to have my SGP functioning to my needs.

Thanks!

~ Zane

I don't know why, in my galaxy 5 it works like a charm.

do you have froyo or gingerbread?

This wpa is tested ONLY with gingerbread.
1st January 2012, 09:12 AM |#6  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tapioco2000

NEEDS ROOT!

Here it is a compatible wpa_supplicant for 2.3.5
tested and working with yp g70 2.3.5 and x10 mini 2.1 with barnacle.
Probably it works with symbian (joikuspot) and windows 6.5 wifi tethering

don’t forgot to backup your original wpa_supplicant file!!!

Transfer the wpa_supplicant file to your phone SD card.
Now copy wpa_supplicant file to /system/bin folder using root explorer (select R/W read and write)
reboot and test it!

great!
It works very well with (G70 - 2.3.5 - root) and (C6 Nokia - JoikuSpot).
thanks tapioco2000
1st January 2012, 04:32 PM |#7  
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Tried it again and it worked! Not sure why it didn't the first time, but it's working smoothly. Now I can connect my Galaxy Player 5 anywhere I go... rather tedious but possible now =)

(I tether my non-smartphone to my iPod Touch via Bluetooth, then output the 3G connection through the iPod Touch's wireless as an adhoc connection)

Now just need to find a way to tether my non-smartphone to the Galaxy directly as I do with iBluever on my iPod touch.
2nd January 2012, 07:05 PM |#8  
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Tried it again and it worked! Not sure why it didn't the first time, but it's working smoothly. Now I can connect my Galaxy Player 5 anywhere I go... rather tedious but possible now =)

(I tether my non-smartphone to my iPod Touch via Bluetooth, then output the 3G connection through the iPod Touch's wireless as an adhoc connection)

Now just need to find a way to tether my non-smartphone to the Galaxy directly as I do with iBluever on my iPod touch.

Ibluever is a great app.

If you have an android phone (with minimum 2.2) you could try Autotether, it's similar to ibluever, but it works only with android.
2nd January 2012, 07:22 PM |#9  
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Ibluever is a great app.

If you have an android phone (with minimum 2.2) you could try Autotether, it's similar to ibluever, but it works only with android.

Hmm i'll look into that then! It's a Samsung phone called the "Samsung Mythic" so it's not android, but it has the ability to DUN connect to both the iPod Touch and computers with a Bluetooth chip-- hopefully i'll find something at some point haha

Thanks again for the ad-hoc trick!
3rd January 2012, 12:34 PM |#10  
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Hmm i'll look into that then! It's a Samsung phone called the "Samsung Mythic" so it's not android, but it has the ability to DUN connect to both the iPod Touch and computers with a Bluetooth chip-- hopefully i'll find something at some point haha

Thanks again for the ad-hoc trick!

Do you use MyWi to output the 3G connection through the iPod Touch's wireless as an adhoc connection for G70? Or another program?
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Originally Posted by tapioco2000

NEEDS ROOT!

Here it is a compatible wpa_supplicant for 2.3.5
tested and working with yp g70 2.3.5 and x10 mini 2.1 with barnacle.
Probably it works with symbian (joikuspot) and windows 6.5 wifi tethering

don’t forgot to backup your original wpa_supplicant file!!!

Transfer the wpa_supplicant file to your phone SD card.
Now copy wpa_supplicant file to /system/bin folder using root explorer (select R/W read and write)
reboot and test it!


i placed this file in the bin folder accidently deleted the original file.. i didnt realize my android version is gingerbread 2.3.6 not 2.3.5.. now my wifi doesnt even scan non adhoc networks. it just keeps scanning for networks.. my cell is galaxy Y 5360.ive tried hard reset and everything.. i dont know what to do now.. can anyone help me .. post the original wpa_supplicant for my device.. i would be thankful.. kindly help me out. as i bought my cell only yesterday n not looking forward to pay extra cash to get it fixed..
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