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post-NabiLab2 wifi issue

Android Q&A - xda-developers - forum.xda-developers.com
A week and a half ago I used aicjofs' nifty Nabilab v2.3.3 on my niece's Nabi2 (v1.9.37). I had a driver problem but was able to take care of that using the pdanet drivers as recommended in the thread. NabiLab then worked like a charm. I used the "Install Root, Recovery and Gapps" option.

Everything functioned great for about 9 days and then the Nabi2 wifi issue appeared. The selector stays in the off position and will not turn on. I saw a Linux based fix in another thread that was mixed in with instructions about rolling back the Nabi to stock. However, our Nabilab install was in Win7 64bit and we'd also rather not end up back at stock -- the rooted and Play-capable Nabi was terrific for adding to FUHU's limited stock of good kids games.

I'd be grateful for suggestions on the best way to correct the wifi issue on a Win-7-based NabiLab-applied root, recovery and gapps. We hope to retain (or at worst re-apply) the root/gapps. Thanks!
Date: Aug 5, 2013   



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