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Nexus 7 ... rooted

Guys,

 

 

Anyone got any ideas why a nexus 7 (rooted) would be disconnecting to the WiFi?  We have a traditional controller/ CAP arrangement with amigopod captive portal. 

 

Lots of retries on from the client with a low noise floor and low duty cycle.

 

I want to say, reset, and apply latest software update to the device, then check it works ok - then go back and root it etc. and after that you may have to make a call if you want a device that works or a rooted device.

 

Can't say I have ever hacked my andriod - anyone got any ideas?

 

Thanks,

Nik

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Re: Nexus 7 ... rooted

Turn on user debugging and see why.


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Regular Contributor I

Re: Nexus 7 ... rooted

Yep already done that a few days ago - all seems fine, I can see the user moving between APs, authenticating successfully - some dissassociations though - the only one thing "wrong":

 

Deauth from sta: 10:bf:48:f1:07:6d: AP 10.24.11.123-d8:c7:c8:10:20:71-01-07-AP Reason 255

 

And an idle timeout

 

You got a link for reason code lookup for this deauth message?  rather annoyingly there is a gap in coverage on floors 2 and 3 of the building.

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Re: Nexus 7 ... rooted

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Re: Nexus 7 ... rooted

That meant that the Nexus 7 sent disassociation with no specified reason.

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