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Unzip initrd.img in c:\programdata\android\ folder (by default). It's a GZIP format. Next, you should edit initrd file with hex editor. Find your address, for example 02C6400100C6400200C6400362C6400473C6400574 And Replace 02:00:00:64:73:74 bytes with your hex bytes (MAC ADDRESS) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rVumD8tmjg Gzip initrd to initrd.img and ...


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Some "secret" codes are provided via hidden apps that the carrier and/or the device manufacturer installs in the phone's firmware. When you switch to a custom ROM such as Cyanogenmod, those apps are no longer present. Nevertheless, for just about anything you might have wanted a "secret" code for, there is some way to get that information already, either ...


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In addition to the solutions from Matthew and Vivek, using a terminal emulator app or using adb shell, do getprop ro.boot.wifimacaddr It would give you the MAC address for your wireless chip. Alternatively, check the contents of the file /sys/class/net/wlan0/address: cat /sys/class/net/wlan0/address That should give you the MAC address. Make sure you ...


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Check settings > WiFi . From there click three dot or option key and navigate to advance settings. There you will find Mac address of your device.


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You can run ip address from a terminal or adb shell to get the MAC address. Specifically, ip address show wlan0 will give you the MAC for the Wi-Fi chip on most devices. The address is shown after link/ether on the second line: 22: wlan0: <BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1500 qdisc mq state UP qlen 1000 link/ether a0:b1:c2:d3:e4:f5 brd ...



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