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To add to XMB5's answer, you can do this on a rooted phone using the following commands: adb shell su sed -i 's%<string name="CaPath">.*</string>%<string name="CaPath"></string>%' /data/misc/apexdata/com.android.wifi/WifiConfigStore.xml sed -i 's%<string name="DomSuffixMatch">.*</string>%<...


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Ok, I have tried switch mode with access point, same results. I disabled IPv6 option in the secondary router and it works. I guess android 8.0.0 doesn't support IPv6. Not sure why the router still honors IPv6 since it's in bridge mode or switch mode. Again other devices always work. My assumption is this android somehow honors the IPv6 option in the ...


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As other said, Reboot the Router and remove the plug from socket to cut off the power for a few seconds (say 5 seconds) Forget the Wifi Network on your device. Restart your device as well. Now try to connect. If not connecting, share the screenshot.


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Having now created 802.11r, k & v infrastructure firstly with Unifi and then OpenWRT, I can now say definitively that at least the Google Pixel 6 running Android 12 does. I can walk from one side of my house to the other without dropping a WhatsApp/WiFi Calling/Teams/Skype call. Based on my experience, OpenWRT is the best way to get to this point but ...


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My LAN is protected by firewalls. That's the only real solution if you want a real protection. Each computer on the LAN can have its own firewall preventing connections from the outside. Only let the very connections you are interested in happen (if any, I like to have access to my local Apache2 where I store some info. I like to access). It will always be ...


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