For some reason the WiFi drivers get corrupt and a reset fixes this every time. I brought this second defective phone to the store and they gave me another GT-S different colour this time! After a random number of hours or so the phone hangs: The last time, when the phone woke up, I could read the following kernel messages repeated many times per second: My Galaxy 5 has this problem for some months now: It is now a valuable resource for people who want to make the most of their mobile devices, from customizing the look and feel to adding new functionality. The only way to make it work again is rebooting the phone.
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Yeah, I’ve noticed this is a pretty common problem unfortunately.
They all had the stock OS. Long term, only the ar source code directory will be used.
How to enable WIFI driver for AR6103 (SDIO) on IMX53 ARD board?
XDA Developers was founded by developers, for developers. Maybe the network interface? Your phone should then jump to the WLAN test facility.
On this third phone I did not install any of the apps I had installed on the ar6000 ones and I didn’t even put my SIM card in. Jacopol, you made my day. After a random number of hours or so the phone hangs: Email Required, but never shown. From RidgeRun Developer Connection.
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I already changed three different GT-Ss and they all had the same problem. Post as a guest Name.
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This page was last edited on 20 Juneat These files need to be copied to target file system, with a minor file rename. I think this problem has been related here before. XDA Labs Labs is an independent app store that gives developers full control over their work. Samsung Galaxy 5 Wi-fi stops working: What exactly is ar?
How can I get more information about the error itself? But I managed to save the system log and got the following: I stopped setting the wifi-policy to “Never” and it does not crash any more! If you are having trouble associating with an access point, I find connecting to the AP with my laptop is a good way to verify the AP is configured as expected.
All three of these codes bring up the correct interface on my GT, which manages to successfully load the drive; unfortunately it then fails to find any networks when it scans. The last time, when the phone woke up, I could read the following kernel wifii repeated many times per second: Sign up using Facebook.