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    Ratchet
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    Wanted to conclude this thread with what I've learned. Basically I kludged a solution for my issue. I simply banned my tf700's MAC addy from the other nearby nodes. Now I stay connected to the needed AP.

    What I have concluded is with the release of the JB firmware it seems as if Asus (or maybe Google) induced an affinity toward 802.11n routers/AP's over .11b or even .11g devices. For that reason they seem to prefer connecting to those devices even when there is zero reason to do so.

    I arrived here simply because there is no other theory left for me that fits. Luckily I have the option to effect a solution however fugly. I do hope we begin to see more granularity for Wifi control on our devices. And yeah, I know if I root I "might" be able to find the right settings file to try a few things. But, really? I just am too old and too tired of this stuff to go digging into the bowels of an OS to fix stuff...I did that 30+ yrs ago, I served my time...we old farts LIKE our GUI's now.

    Anyway, that was my fix for the issue ugly though it may be...it has been an interesting issue to be kind.

    EDIT: Now that I have the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 in hand I've been able to test a pre-4.2.x device to see if the issue was there too. I can confirm the Note 8.0 running JB 4.1.2 ( yes 4.1.2) had this "feature". Since I already confirmed it was not present pre-JB ( 4.0. x) it pretty much shows this is NOT an Asus +hing but more likely a Google thing.

    Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T using Tapatalk HD
    [appended from my Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (N5110) & it's nifty S- pen]
    Last edited by brecklundin; 07-23-2013 at 07:46 AM.

 

 
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