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dylanbb

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Anyone worked out how to? It's really annoying!

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In the build.prob change:
ro.config.hw_RemindWifiToPdp=true

to

ro.config.hw_RemindWifiToPdp=false

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Its in build prop, remind Wi-Fi to dpd or something very close to that wording.Change it from true to false.

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Thank you :-)

Where might I find build. prop?

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Have you rooted? If not, do that first, then use a root browser. Can't remember the exact location as I use rom toolbox which provides a shortcut to build prop.

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It's in /system

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/system/build.prop though you will need to be rooted to change/edit this file.

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Have you rooted? If not, do that first, then use a root browser. Can't remember the exact location as I use rom toolbox which provides a shortcut to build prop.

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Found it in /system but cannot edit via root explorer as it's read only?

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You need to mount the system partition as writable. I use ES file explorer and enable root explorer in the settings first.

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You need to mount the system partition as writable. I use ES file explorer and enable root explorer in the settings first.


+1 it does anything I ask of it then some.
Awesome app imo.

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double post

Edited by droiddruid, 14 August 2012 - 08:54 PM.

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All sorted thanks

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