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I've been experiencing this still with Android Q still today (2019). I'm going to go with an IFTTT solution using webhooks to send the REST command I need sending. My original script was written such that I checked when my phone was "away" over the course of a minute. If it came back "home" within that time I wouldn't flip the security cameras on. Now, I'll ...


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You can either disable captive portal detection: adb shell 'settings put global captive_portal_detection_enabled 0' adb shell 'settings put global captive_portal_mode 0' (set to 1 to re-enable), or set a different server. I use e.g.: adb shell 'settings put global captive_portal_http_url "http://captiveportal.kuketz.de"' adb shell 'settings put global ...


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From what I can tell WiGig exists, and is part of the Wi-Fi Alliance. Running in the 60 GHz range means line of sight so streaming to VR headset appears to be a common use case. While do you don't mention which Android device you are referring to that page does link to a list of WiGig Certified Devices which appears to be chipsets, no routers or mobile ...


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This appears to be an interesting but known issue with 2.4Ghz only capable phones. Here is an article that explains the issue and why it is happening. If that doesn't work or you don't trust the url, just do a quick search on Android Central Forums for "why does my phone disable wi-fi connections" and it should be the top result there. https://forums....


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It seems that the magisk folder is just a link. Not sure about the misc_ce folder. I copied WifiConfigStore.xml, changed properties and owners and renamed the checksum file. After reboot the checksum was recreated and the xml gets valid...


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