I'm using a version of Android for the Raspberry Pi and PasspointManager is causing the machine to crash and go into an endless boot loop. Is there any suggestion for a way to disable Passpoint on the machine altogether? A solution for any version above 10 and ideally 12 would be very helpful. There is no menu option to disable Passpoint as on some devices.

The fact that it's a Raspberry Pi is not relevant other than to any other users with a similar issue, this is an AOSP question. The following instructions are added in AOSP with no additional info on where to make the alterations within WifiManager:

"Conversely if device implementations do not include support for Wi-Fi Passpoint:

[C-2-1] The implementation of the Passpoint related WifiManager APIs MUST throw an UnsupportedOperationException."

  • I'm not sure if Raspberry Pi is critical to the issue (like, if there's a specialized Android ROM for RaspPi while this community might not have experience with that), but just FYI, we also have a sister site Raspberry Pi.
    – Andrew T.
    Dec 9, 2021 at 6:19
  • Could probably be done via adb, if you've enabled that (see our adb tag-wiki) and know the package name. There are multiple ways to either disable (see e.g. here or even remove (see e.g. here) the app.
    – Izzy
    Dec 9, 2021 at 8:14
  • Thanks for your advice, Izzy! I will look into that and report back if I find anything useful.
    – samtram
    Dec 11, 2021 at 19:53


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