I am trying to build an adhoc network using Samsung Galaxy S4.
Having established the network on the first handset, I am trying to connect another SGS4 to the same network.
The second SGS4 seems to discover the network and connect to it, however it generates, locally, a different network MAC address (BSSID) and hence can't actually connect to the same network, though it is connected to the same SSID (network-name).
In order to set a fixed BSSID in the second SGS4 I need to change some flags on the wireless-driver which usually is located in
/driver/net/wireless/. Nonetheless, looking around, I can't find this folder in my rooted Samsung Galaxy S4. I've searched almost everywhere but can't find it.
If there is any other way to set a fixed BSSID, I'm of course open to that as well.