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Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by kasp3r, Apr 29, 2011.

  1. kasp3r

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    I mention wifi fo fum sorry.. Lol my spelling???
     
  2. Hasty

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    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"
     
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    This threads content is above my head. Perhaps it was a riddle ;)
     
  4. The Alternative

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    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.

    The Mosquito - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
  5. ITMan

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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
     
  6. Hasty

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    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.
     
  7. ITMan

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    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.
     
  8. Mickey330

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    If you are jailbroken, WiFiFoFum is available on Cydia. Otherwise, it's not available, sorry.

    Marilyn
     

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