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Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by kasp3r, Apr 29, 2011.
I mention wifi fo fum sorry.. Lol my spelling???
I use wififofum on my iPad2. Works fine
err what exactly is your question?
"i r so leet i no wat u gun say 4 u say it"
This threads content is above my head. Perhaps it was a riddle
I don't get it either. But, then again, a lot of this stuff goes over my head. And, I can't hear mosquito frequencies either.
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Hasty, where might I locate WiFiFoFum? I used it previously on an HP IPAQ to sniff out rogue access points on my internal network. I would love to have this tool on my iPhone or iPad for the same purpose. I tried to send a PM but did not have adequate post count since I usually just leach info from this great site. LOL
Wish I could give you a helpful answer but I originally got the app for my iPod before iPads were announced. I believe it was subsequently pulled because it used an unauthorised api.
I run it on all my iOs devices as it's very useful to discover and log onto nearby networks.
Hopefully someone could chime in here and recommend a suitable scanner app for the iPad.
It appears, based on several searches today, all wifi scanner apps have been pulled due to the api situation. It's a shame as both WiFiFoFum and WiFi Analyzer were both phenominal apps for identifying networks. I don't understand Apple leaving a plethora of crap apps in the store and pulling useful items such as these. I had to break out the old Droid Incredible today to trace down an access point in our building.
If you are jailbroken, WiFiFoFum is available on Cydia. Otherwise, it's not available, sorry.