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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by professerslime, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. professerslime

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    I rooted my commando with the method tommytwodrive posted. Worked perfectly except that my wifi went away. I have tried GNM recovery but no luck. Has anybody fixed this problem. If so let me know how you fixed it.
     

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    What's device name?
     
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    I've been having intermittent Wifi issues since rooting too. Usually you can reboot the phone and get signal again. On rare occasions, you have to do it two times.
     
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    I made a mistake in the rooting process and cost me
    I had to unroot and get Verizon to send me a new one
    all rooted now backed up
    and no more WiFi issue
    I think it was caused by not turning it off in the part where you where told to do so..
    and I never could fix it
    I spend 5 days trying before I had to send it back or they would of charged me the full price of the phone..
    Unless you have a backup from before the wifi issue
    I don't see anyway of fixing it
    I do feel it's a ownership issue
    with busybox and that file for WiFi
     

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