Destroyed my wifi on Galaxy S5 Installed on Galaxy S5 and noticed that the wifi would randomly drop and switch to data, then wouldn't reconnect even manually. It would jut be stuck on "scanning" and never finish or connect. So I Uninstaller, no big deal. But the problem persisted after uninstall, and no apps or settings changes I've tried have fixed it. If there's any way to, please email me at [snip] to help me fix it... Otherwise I will have to get a replacement phone. Thanks.
Other root managers not supported? Even with upgrade to pro?...look, I know you don't like others invading your territory...cough...Kingo...but people root (with help from people like you of course) to get away from things being forced onto them. Yea, they do their own share of shady things but you are better than that. Thanks for your work (for everything really, people don't say it enough) but it's not worth a redundant app to get this to work.
A good start, needs an update. For some reason the spoofed MAC always mirrors the original, for me. Funny enough, I turn off WiFi (with 4G on) and then it shows new & different MAC addys for original and spoofed. Whacky, I didn't think it would affect 4G ID info. I'd LOVE to see this bug get fixed because this is a wonderfully minimal app by a seasoned and respectable developer.
Wow I'm so amazed by root. My wifi has a parental control that blocks my phone out, but by changing Mac address I can overcome that! But also good to know because it's kind of a security issue. You should just not forget about it in case your having some problems logging into any web page or network.
Finally understood how this app works!! (Sorry I'm dumb.) For people who are having trouble, you just have to off your wifi before opening the app. Then tick the box that says "MAC spoofing while connected". You can check if your mac address has changed by going to settings>about device> status> MAC address. Hope this will help! :)
Good idea, but too unstable. My phone only sporadically connects with WiFi and WiFi seems to be bugged, as it won't turn on after Pry Fi has been disabled or even removed. It'll get a 5/5 again once it works, but for now it breaks WiFi connectivity. (Galaxy Nexus GSM)
- Force toolbox calls. Typical case of busybox symlinks causing unexpected failures. Probably the primary cause of people losing Wi-Fi completely
- Service receivers are now en/disabled dynamically. Saves a few CPU cycles and a bit of memory when Pry-Fi is installed but disabled.
- Support for multiple simultaneously known SSIDs
- Spoofing MACs *also* while connected to a network is now a seperate feature.