I want to access the local network on a hotspot on my Android devie without logging in, but if i connect to it, i get the "Sign in to network" notification and the sign in site, but all my other traffic go through LTE.

Also other apps see like that I am not connected to any wifi network.

How should i force Android to use the wifi network as a "normal" wifi network (without logging in), and do not use LTE?

(Android 6.0 Cyanogenmod 13)

  • Doesn't temporarily turning off cellular data work? Sep 13, 2016 at 21:46

1 Answer 1

  1. Make sure you have enabled root access for ADB in developer options
  2. Connect you phone to your computer via usb or open a terminal emulator on your device (skip step 3)
  3. Type adb shell to open a shell (Assuming you have adb installed)
  4. Type su to gain superuser permissions
  5. Tyoe settings put global captive_portal_detection_enabled 0 to prevent the Wi-Fi from disconnecting if there is no internet connection

Source: https://android.stackexchange.com/a/148442/62445

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