|Sep 19, 2011, 04:49 PM||#1|
Wi-Fi doesn't automatically renew lease to new routers
As my sig says I have a 3GS with 4.3.5.
My university has blanket wifi, which I have my phone connected to. However, as I move around campus (onto different routers [with same name/access protocol]) i have to renew my lease in the wifi menu in order to get an IP that the router will accept so that I can get working data.
Is there any way to make it so it does this automatically when the IP it has isn't getting any responses? I am willing to go back to 4.2.2 (or 1, whatever it was) and re-jailbreak if I have to. and yes, i have the SHSH from it, so i can go back.
MBP 8,3 (17")|| HTC One X (LTE) || iPhone 3GS || iPod Classic || iPod Video || iPod Shuffle
|multiple routers, renew lease, wifi|
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