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.
Orgasmic I find it hilariously fun to screw with my schools Wi-Fi, and ever since I lost access to the pirate bay and other torrent sites, this has made it amazingly easy. Activate Pry-Fi, go to war for, oh, say three hours. All I want is longer amounts of time to go to war, and aside from that this is absolutely perfect.
Wi-fi connection keeps droping Really like the app however after a few min the wi-fi starts turning off and turning back on again, and then no wifi networks show up. If youre able to resolve this then would give you 10 stars (if I could). Going to change kernel 1st and then if needed the rom, and if successful will re-rate
Breaks Wi-Fi on Galaxy S4. UPDATE: Thanks to stellar tech support by Chainfire, he was able to find the root cause and fix the issue in v1.20, all without a Nandroid restore. Brilliant! --- Original Review for v1.10: Even after disabling, uninstalling, and rebooting, Wi-Fi is permanently broken on the Galaxy GS4 (VRUAME7). A Nandroid restore is required to recover Wi-Fi functionality.
Cool Its a good app but for some reason I can't connect to my home wifi when the thing is running. Do you know why that may be? It would also be nice to have a tasker plugin so I can automate turning on and off the service
Good, But has caused me a problem First off this is a great app and allowed me to bypass my schools wifi block on non- school devices. Anyhow, after working perfectly for a couple days, my wifi suddenly would not turn on at all. This is a problem for me, as I have been using a ton of mobile data without the ability to use Wi-Fi. Is there any fix to this problem?
- 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.