HotSpot2.0 with hostapd and Galaxy S4
Tue Jan 14 08:33:16 PST 2014
On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 04:36:33PM +0100, Oussama Stiti wrote:
> Any idea? I found out yesterday that there is Wi-Fi chipsets ( Atheros and
> Broadcom) certified Passpoint, what does it mean? Normally passpoint is a
> software modification, we have nothing to do with hardware, so any Wi-Fi
> card could be turned into a certified Passpoint one. Am i right ?
Passpoint certification is for the combination of the hardware component
and software. From functionality view point, whether a device is
formally certified or not does not really change anything if the
implementation is correct. So yes, I'd recommend certified devices in
general, but no, that would be unlikely to solve whatever the issue is
that you are seeing here.
Jouni Malinen PGP id EFC895FA
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