Wifi scan result only one AP?

by Dig » Wed, 04 Feb 2009 05:05:26 GMT

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 Hi all,
  I'm trying porting Android to my Notebook, drivers have been re-
compiled as modules and loaded successfully,
  but in settings menu, i only can see one AP in AP list.
  I have add debug info in WifiService.java, and print scan result
(reply) in getScanResults(), it shows 7 AP,

Does anyone known the reason? Thanks.



Wifi scan result only one AP?

by JP » Wed, 04 Feb 2009 05:32:40 GMT

 Which notebook are you porting it too?



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Wifi scan result only one AP?

by dimitr...@android.com » Wed, 04 Feb 2009 06:42:55 GMT

 Can you please show us the exact results of getScanResults() ?



Wifi scan result only one AP?

by Dig » Wed, 04 Feb 2009 13:55:18 GMT

 Thanks all.

 I have fixed, in WifiService.java, it expect signal strength begin
with "-",
but my wpa_supplicant do not have the sign.
After I add this sign in wpa_supplicant, it works well.

Thanks again.



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