[Q] Wi-Fi problem on CyanogenMod 10.1

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madboxgr

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Are you s-on? Did you tried to Flash the boot image through fastboot ?

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madboxgr

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How can I see if I'm in s-on mode? I just flashed the img from fastbook but wifi do not works :/

Turn Off your device then press volume down and power to boot into fastboot mode. On the top of the screen with green letters read if it says s-on or s-off. Also can u try Kylons kernel?

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justoneweek

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Turn Off your device then press volume down and power to boot into fastboot mode. On the top of the screen with green letters read if it says s-on or s-off. Also can u try Kylons kernel?

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Ok, I'm s-on.. but I don't have any kernel.. where can I find kernel?

Many thanks :)
 
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justoneweek

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had seaceue

in the latest 19th CM 10, the kernel in packed in the rom.
So you can just try to reflash the ROM. ^_^

I did reflash the ROM three times but wi-fi do not works :/

What I did is:

1- Flash the rom
2- Flash the gaps

I tried also:

1- Flash the boot image (was inside the zip of the rom)
2- Flash the rom
3- Flash the gaps

But nothing ://
 

madboxgr

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Jan 3, 2011
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First of all sorry for late answer. The steps since you are s-on are:
1)Flash the Rom
2)Flash gapps package
3)Flash the boot . img from Rom via fastboot.
If you wanna try different kernel search the dev section for Kylons cm kernel

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Kitke

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First of all sorry for late answer. The steps since you are s-on are:
1)Flash the Rom
2)Flash gapps package
3)Flash the boot . img from Rom via fastboot.
If you wanna try different kernel search the dev section for Kylons cm kernel

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+1 That's the right order (at least it worked for me :)).
 

thou92

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+1 That's the right order (at least it worked for me :)).

Hi :)

i have the same problem and i am happy to see that you have a solution!
can you give me more explication a "how to"

1)Flash the Rom => ok
2)Flash gapps package => ok
3)Flash the boot . img from Rom via fastboot. => never do that :(

thank you
 

justoneweek

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Hi :)

i have the same problem and i am happy to see that you have a solution!
can you give me more explication a "how to"

1)Flash the Rom => ok
2)Flash gapps package => ok
3)Flash the boot . img from Rom via fastboot. => never do that :(

thank you


For me this solution works! look for 'Flash boot image via fastboot' on internet and you will find a guide ;)
 

Mr. Fabulous

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Same issue here... I was trying to flash: [ROM][08 AUG 13][4.2.2][UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 10.1 (the 8-8-2013 build)

I wiped "data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik" and flashed the rom. Then I also flashed the boot.img using fastboot.
This all, while my phone was:
*** UNLOCKED ***
SAGA PVT SHIP S-ON RL
HBOOT-2.00.0002
RADIO-3822.10.50.24_M
eMMC-boot
Aug 22 2011,15:22:13

ROM booted very well, and everything seemed fine... Except for the Wifi, it did not work. It was able to see my network, but when I wanted to connect, there was something going wrong during verification and the connection was aborted somehow... Also connection to provider internet (G, 3G, H) was not working...

So I figured it might be my "original" radio shizzle... So after some very exciting moments of clicking dead links half way some guides :confused:, I managed to have my radio updated and also used revolutionary to get the S-OFF stuff... also updated my hboot somewhere in this process...
So now I have my phone like this:

*** RELOCKED ***
SAGA PVT ENG S-OFF RL
HBOOT-2.00.2002 (PG8810000)
RADIO-3831.19.00.110
eMMC-boot
Aug 12 2011,20:40:03

Since I liked the 4ext recovery, I flashed that first. (Even though Revolutionary also flashed a recovery (Clockworkmod??))...
But after I wiped cache ("data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik") and flashed the ROM the wifi still didn't work. I didn't flash the boot.img since it was booting fine... After first boot, I also went back to the recovery and flashed the gapps. But after reboot, still wifi was not working...

Now I understood that for a "RELOCKED" device flashing the boot via fastboot is not working, since you're relocked... But I don't know if that's true, and I did not try it yet...

Now I'm back at the ROM I had before ([ROM][23 OCT 12] Ice Cream Saga FINAL [4.0.4][Sense 3.6]), which works fine except it gives me 100% CPU load now and then... which drains my battery and makes the phone so slow I feel the need to throw it very hard into a wall... :silly:
To flash this ROM, I wiped cache ("data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik") and flashed the ROM. I did not flash boot.img via fastboot. And to my surprise it booted right away too...


Does anyone know what to do to fix the wifi?
Please give me a hint on where I went wrong...

Thanks!!
 

ltodorov

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Same issue here... I was trying to flash: [ROM][08 AUG 13][4.2.2][UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 10.1 (the 8-8-2013 build)

I wiped "data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik" and flashed the rom. Then I also flashed the boot.img using fastboot.
This all, while my phone was:
*** UNLOCKED ***
SAGA PVT SHIP S-ON RL
HBOOT-2.00.0002
RADIO-3822.10.50.24_M
eMMC-boot
Aug 22 2011,15:22:13

ROM booted very well, and everything seemed fine... Except for the Wifi, it did not work. It was able to see my network, but when I wanted to connect, there was something going wrong during verification and the connection was aborted somehow... Also connection to provider internet (G, 3G, H) was not working...

So I figured it might be my "original" radio shizzle... So after some very exciting moments of clicking dead links half way some guides :confused:, I managed to have my radio updated and also used revolutionary to get the S-OFF stuff... also updated my hboot somewhere in this process...
So now I have my phone like this:

*** RELOCKED ***
SAGA PVT ENG S-OFF RL
HBOOT-2.00.2002 (PG8810000)
RADIO-3831.19.00.110
eMMC-boot
Aug 12 2011,20:40:03

Since I liked the 4ext recovery, I flashed that first. (Even though Revolutionary also flashed a recovery (Clockworkmod??))...
But after I wiped cache ("data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik") and flashed the ROM the wifi still didn't work. I didn't flash the boot.img since it was booting fine... After first boot, I also went back to the recovery and flashed the gapps. But after reboot, still wifi was not working...

Now I understood that for a "RELOCKED" device flashing the boot via fastboot is not working, since you're relocked... But I don't know if that's true, and I did not try it yet...

Now I'm back at the ROM I had before ([ROM][23 OCT 12] Ice Cream Saga FINAL [4.0.4][Sense 3.6]), which works fine except it gives me 100% CPU load now and then... which drains my battery and makes the phone so slow I feel the need to throw it very hard into a wall... :silly:
To flash this ROM, I wiped cache ("data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik") and flashed the ROM. I did not flash boot.img via fastboot. And to my surprise it booted right away too...


Does anyone know what to do to fix the wifi?
Please give me a hint on where I went wrong...

Thanks!!

Can you try with Format everything except SD card and then flash the ROM? I've read that sometimes you can try to format twice in a row. If you are S-OFF you don't need to flash the boot with fastboot command.

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skorpionvenom

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Same issue here... I was trying to flash: [ROM][08 AUG 13][4.2.2][UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 10.1 (the 8-8-2013 build)

I wiped "data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik" and flashed the rom. Then I also flashed the boot.img using fastboot.
This all, while my phone was:
*** UNLOCKED ***
SAGA PVT SHIP S-ON RL
HBOOT-2.00.0002
RADIO-3822.10.50.24_M
eMMC-boot
Aug 22 2011,15:22:13

ROM booted very well, and everything seemed fine... Except for the Wifi, it did not work. It was able to see my network, but when I wanted to connect, there was something going wrong during verification and the connection was aborted somehow... Also connection to provider internet (G, 3G, H) was not working...

So I figured it might be my "original" radio shizzle... So after some very exciting moments of clicking dead links half way some guides :confused:, I managed to have my radio updated and also used revolutionary to get the S-OFF stuff... also updated my hboot somewhere in this process...
So now I have my phone like this:

*** RELOCKED ***
SAGA PVT ENG S-OFF RL
HBOOT-2.00.2002 (PG8810000)
RADIO-3831.19.00.110
eMMC-boot
Aug 12 2011,20:40:03

Since I liked the 4ext recovery, I flashed that first. (Even though Revolutionary also flashed a recovery (Clockworkmod??))...
But after I wiped cache ("data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik") and flashed the ROM the wifi still didn't work. I didn't flash the boot.img since it was booting fine... After first boot, I also went back to the recovery and flashed the gapps. But after reboot, still wifi was not working...

Now I understood that for a "RELOCKED" device flashing the boot via fastboot is not working, since you're relocked... But I don't know if that's true, and I did not try it yet...

Now I'm back at the ROM I had before ([ROM][23 OCT 12] Ice Cream Saga FINAL [4.0.4][Sense 3.6]), which works fine except it gives me 100% CPU load now and then... which drains my battery and makes the phone so slow I feel the need to throw it very hard into a wall... :silly:
To flash this ROM, I wiped cache ("data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik") and flashed the ROM. I did not flash boot.img via fastboot. And to my surprise it booted right away too...

Does anyone know what to do to fix the wifi?
Please give me a hint on where I went wrong...

Thanks!!


I have to say that it is a quite strange situation... why don't you try to flash Kylon's kernel ? that might do the trick...
P.S. my device is S-OFF and *****LOCKED****, and I have no problems at all.
 
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Mr. Fabulous

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I have to say that it is a quite strange situation... why don't you try to flash Kylon's kernel ? that might do the trick...
P.S. my device is S-OFF and *****LOCKED****, and I have no problems at all.



Thanks guys, for your replies.

I did the "format except SD card" a few times and flashed the rom and the gapps (without booting in between) and rebooted.
Still no G/3G/H and no Wifi.
GSM was working though, I could ring my phone......

Then I tried to flash this kernel: [ROM][07 JUL][4.2.2][OFFICIAL] PAC-man v23.0.0 - The AIO Rom | Built From Source !
And guess what.... No Wifi again...

Also tried this one: [ROM][16-08-13][Flinny] Andromadus - CM10.1 - Saga [25b3]

All no working Wifi... The "verification" goes wrong and does not succeed... So then I tried to get the Wifi working by selecting static IP address..... and guess what?! It worked!!!!! For a minute or so.... I was able to connect to my google account and downloaded half an update of one of the apps... but then it stopped and I couldn't get it working again... All this time the provider internet (G/3G/H) was not working.

So I flashed [ROM][23 OCT 12] Ice Cream Saga FINAL [4.0.4][Sense 3.6]) again... And Wifi was fine... provider internet (G/3G/H) is fine too....

So anyone have a clue?? I definitely don't.
What could cause the CM10 ROMs are not working, while the CM9 ROMs are? What could be the cause?


Next attempt is to flash "Kylon's kernel". We'll see... :fingers-crossed:
 

Mr. Fabulous

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Aug 18, 2013
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Its working!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks guys, for your replies.
....
Next attempt is to flash "Kylon's kernel". We'll see... :fingers-crossed:

So I did...
But first I tried this one: [ROM][22 AUG] SagaSation Rom v2.0 | JB | 4.2.2 | Official |.... again no Wifi!

So then I flashed this one again: [ROM][08 AUG 13][4.2.2][UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 10.1 and right away (no reboot in recovery) flashed Kylon's kernel: [KERNEL]AndromadusMod [CM10.1][27/07/2013] and after that I flashed Gapps.

And guess what..... No Wifi....
Suddenly I noticed how the provider internet was working.... which was a new feature for CyanogenMod 10.1 roms on my phone!!!

So I checked Wifi settings again and saw how I got a "Authentication failure"... also different.... Searched google for it and found that this was a known failure for android phones... solved by changing the settings of the router... changed router from WPA/WPA2 mixed blablabla to WPA2-Personal and BAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM wifi was working fine............

I don't know what happened or what I did to fix it.... but it's working!! :victory:

Thanks for the support!!!!
 

Masterleo117

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Thanks man u saved me!!!!!!!!!!

Thank u very much Mr. Fabulous!!
I did followed your steps and BAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM all working fine!!!!!
 
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    First of all sorry for late answer. The steps since you are s-on are:
    1)Flash the Rom
    2)Flash gapps package
    3)Flash the boot . img from Rom via fastboot.
    If you wanna try different kernel search the dev section for Kylons cm kernel

    Sent from my Desire S using xda premium
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    Same issue here... I was trying to flash: [ROM][08 AUG 13][4.2.2][UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 10.1 (the 8-8-2013 build)

    I wiped "data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik" and flashed the rom. Then I also flashed the boot.img using fastboot.
    This all, while my phone was:
    *** UNLOCKED ***
    SAGA PVT SHIP S-ON RL
    HBOOT-2.00.0002
    RADIO-3822.10.50.24_M
    eMMC-boot
    Aug 22 2011,15:22:13

    ROM booted very well, and everything seemed fine... Except for the Wifi, it did not work. It was able to see my network, but when I wanted to connect, there was something going wrong during verification and the connection was aborted somehow... Also connection to provider internet (G, 3G, H) was not working...

    So I figured it might be my "original" radio shizzle... So after some very exciting moments of clicking dead links half way some guides :confused:, I managed to have my radio updated and also used revolutionary to get the S-OFF stuff... also updated my hboot somewhere in this process...
    So now I have my phone like this:

    *** RELOCKED ***
    SAGA PVT ENG S-OFF RL
    HBOOT-2.00.2002 (PG8810000)
    RADIO-3831.19.00.110
    eMMC-boot
    Aug 12 2011,20:40:03

    Since I liked the 4ext recovery, I flashed that first. (Even though Revolutionary also flashed a recovery (Clockworkmod??))...
    But after I wiped cache ("data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik") and flashed the ROM the wifi still didn't work. I didn't flash the boot.img since it was booting fine... After first boot, I also went back to the recovery and flashed the gapps. But after reboot, still wifi was not working...

    Now I understood that for a "RELOCKED" device flashing the boot via fastboot is not working, since you're relocked... But I don't know if that's true, and I did not try it yet...

    Now I'm back at the ROM I had before ([ROM][23 OCT 12] Ice Cream Saga FINAL [4.0.4][Sense 3.6]), which works fine except it gives me 100% CPU load now and then... which drains my battery and makes the phone so slow I feel the need to throw it very hard into a wall... :silly:
    To flash this ROM, I wiped cache ("data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik") and flashed the ROM. I did not flash boot.img via fastboot. And to my surprise it booted right away too...


    Does anyone know what to do to fix the wifi?
    Please give me a hint on where I went wrong...

    Thanks!!

    Can you try with Format everything except SD card and then flash the ROM? I've read that sometimes you can try to format twice in a row. If you are S-OFF you don't need to flash the boot with fastboot command.

    Sent from my Desire S using xda app-developers app
    1
    Same issue here... I was trying to flash: [ROM][08 AUG 13][4.2.2][UNOFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 10.1 (the 8-8-2013 build)

    I wiped "data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik" and flashed the rom. Then I also flashed the boot.img using fastboot.
    This all, while my phone was:
    *** UNLOCKED ***
    SAGA PVT SHIP S-ON RL
    HBOOT-2.00.0002
    RADIO-3822.10.50.24_M
    eMMC-boot
    Aug 22 2011,15:22:13

    ROM booted very well, and everything seemed fine... Except for the Wifi, it did not work. It was able to see my network, but when I wanted to connect, there was something going wrong during verification and the connection was aborted somehow... Also connection to provider internet (G, 3G, H) was not working...

    So I figured it might be my "original" radio shizzle... So after some very exciting moments of clicking dead links half way some guides :confused:, I managed to have my radio updated and also used revolutionary to get the S-OFF stuff... also updated my hboot somewhere in this process...
    So now I have my phone like this:

    *** RELOCKED ***
    SAGA PVT ENG S-OFF RL
    HBOOT-2.00.2002 (PG8810000)
    RADIO-3831.19.00.110
    eMMC-boot
    Aug 12 2011,20:40:03

    Since I liked the 4ext recovery, I flashed that first. (Even though Revolutionary also flashed a recovery (Clockworkmod??))...
    But after I wiped cache ("data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik") and flashed the ROM the wifi still didn't work. I didn't flash the boot.img since it was booting fine... After first boot, I also went back to the recovery and flashed the gapps. But after reboot, still wifi was not working...

    Now I understood that for a "RELOCKED" device flashing the boot via fastboot is not working, since you're relocked... But I don't know if that's true, and I did not try it yet...

    Now I'm back at the ROM I had before ([ROM][23 OCT 12] Ice Cream Saga FINAL [4.0.4][Sense 3.6]), which works fine except it gives me 100% CPU load now and then... which drains my battery and makes the phone so slow I feel the need to throw it very hard into a wall... :silly:
    To flash this ROM, I wiped cache ("data/factory-reset" + "cache" + "dalvik") and flashed the ROM. I did not flash boot.img via fastboot. And to my surprise it booted right away too...

    Does anyone know what to do to fix the wifi?
    Please give me a hint on where I went wrong...

    Thanks!!


    I have to say that it is a quite strange situation... why don't you try to flash Kylon's kernel ? that might do the trick...
    P.S. my device is S-OFF and *****LOCKED****, and I have no problems at all.