Great. Only I learned the hard way. So apparently messing around to much too fast can cause some.. Connection issues and by connection issues I mean WiFi becomes nonexistent.. The WiFi will not turn on, toggling WiFi is useless. I tried manuly repairing some system files but I didn't know what files the app acesses. Anyway I ended up reflashing my phone (didn't have custom recovery) But I regret nothing. Love the app I might use this app again one day but I need to have a better failsafe.
Love idea Are phones are used to spy on us all the time. Government is using fake cell towers to listen in and spy. Google is forced to give up personal information too. So pls keep up the work. And have another idea for app you might be interested in. Same area. And for those who are using just busybox supersu is just as good so don't worry about conficts. Using latest versions on a note 3
Good idea A nice idea I can get behind, and it works. Sort of. It requires 'SuperSU', which I don't have and am hesitant to install since I can't afford phone problems right now. Without it, the app still works but drains quite a bit of battery, and forgetting wifi-networks in Settings is impossible. I'll experiment with it some more over the weekend.
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.
Perfect, Dev please read This app works pertectly. I suggest the dev adds a feature to randomize the device hostname so networks would not have any evidence of the same device using multiple Mac addresses. I noticed that my router showed all different Mac addresses I used but the same device hostname which gave it away. I'll gladly support the Dev after this feature, already got SuperSU pro. Keep up the good work!
Used to use this Used to use this all the time, but something it is lacking is a feature to emulate a certian device (EX: make a network think my mac address is that an IPhone would have.) I witnessed a netwoek that only allowed IPhones on, while I also saw one that only let a certian desktop network card in.
- 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.