On a PC, you can change the MAC address of a network adapter - Ethernet, 802.11 Wireless - and thus assume a different "identity" than previously.
Now, I'm stuck in a train station for a few hours, and am using my RedMi 3S (Android 6.0.1) to connect to the Internet. But - curse be upon their heads - they only offer "30 minutes of free WiFi". Of course, that has to be tied to some sort of physical identification, for them to throw you out after 30 minutes, right?
- Can I change my MAC, literally, or do something else which will make the access point(s) think of my phone as another device than the one it know?
- Could I need to perform any other, complementary, actions, such as delete the cached DHCP lease before reconnecting, or clear the browser cache? Or - is such caching not used when reconnecting?