Version: 0.1a Platforms: Mobile Gaming, NDS Categories: Internet & Communications Upload date: 11 Jan 12 Developer:
File Size: 573 Kb
AirScan AirScan is a DS homebrew application to scan for WiFi access points. Notes from the developer: I developed it because I found the wifi scanner in wifi_lib_test too limited and unusable if there are too many APs. Mine works correctly, check README and TODO files before asking any question. It's been tested on G6 Lite and Supercard DS ONE (SDHC). Source is included (GPL v3)
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