It's just like that...When you stop the mywi tethering it just stops associating your wifi with the temporary adhoc network that it creates. It's still up to the user to shut off the wifi antennae completely.I've tested/used MyWi several times since installing it yesterday, and each time the WiFi on my phone stays on after stopping/closing MyWi, and I have to go manually turn off WiFi afterwards.
Well, I've been like that for me since I started using it on 4.0.99 > 4.1.1 > 4.2 > 4.3Huh? v4 is the current release and, no, it's never been like that and v4 isn't like that either.
Why would you think stopping MyWi would turn off wifi on the phone?
Since your first post did not indicate who you were replying to, I assumed it was to the OP.Well, I've been like that for me since I started using it on 4.0.99 > 4.1.1 > 4.2 > 4.3
by "like that" i mean no turning wifi off when quitting, based on your post you agreed with me, not sure where your reply coming from.
I said "it have always been the case for me" meaning that I have always experienced the same "case' as the OP...meaning the WIFI doesn't go off after quitting MyWi ...Your response was, 'I've been like that for me since...'
Yes it make sense, i understood what you said, and yes that is the way the programs work at the moment, go to the website and submit a feature request for future update - It should return the wifi to the same stage that was when you launch the app.I do NOT have WiFi on/enabled BEFORE using MyWi, just 3G. I rarely use/leave WiFi on/open on my phone, as my 3G connection in Dallas is faster than my home internet connection anyway.
What I'm saying is, AFTER I'm done using MyWi, the WiFi on my phone is then on/enabled and I have to manually shut it off, even though I didn't have WiFi on prior to using MyWi.
Does that make sense?