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Old December 5th, 2012, 10:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, I am posting this here because I have run out of ideas. Would anyone know where to start looking in order to remove the PIN or Pattern requirement when having User or Server WPA2 Enterprise certificates installed? My University uses WPA2 Ent foe the school wide WiFi. If anyone has any help, I would much appreciate it. Thanks!

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Hey everyone, I am posting this here because I have run out of ideas. Would anyone know where to start looking in order to remove the PIN or Pattern requirement when having User or Server WPA2 Enterprise certificates installed? My University uses WPA2 Ent foe the school wide WiFi. If anyone has any help, I would much appreciate it. Thanks!
What I do is just enter the needed credentials with a pattern on and afterwards just turn it off and the credentials should be saved.
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I am unable to turn the pattern off. The none is unable to be pressed.
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I was looking online and ran into this thread. Try a few of those tips in there and let me know how it goes.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=26258285
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=26258285
Nope, no worky. To be honest, I think that a dev would need to go into the actual code of "Settings" and probably remove the code or change the code that forces this to occur when credintial storage becomes active in the phone. Which sucks. I don't need a flipping PIN on my phone to access my schools internet.
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Nope, no worky. To be honest, I think that a dev would need to go into the actual code of "Settings" and probably remove the code or change the code that forces this to occur when credintial storage becomes active in the phone. Which sucks. I don't need a flipping PIN on my phone to access my schools internet.
Yep, seems that's the only choice. :/ weird that I could disable mine.
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