Double your bandwith on your Qualcomm devices!
By default, some devices provided an ini file to control the wifi behavior. This module modified the
WCNSS_qcom_cfg.ini in order to support 40mhz.
- Make 2.4Ghz/5Ghz WiFi running at 40Mhz enabled.
- Make forced WiFi antenna 1T1R on MTK solution AP disabled.
This module should work on most of the devices. The basic logic is simple, but not all devices need such kind of module. If you can find
WCNSS_qcom_cfg.ini in your system partition, please open an issue to report it to me; if you can’t, this module won’t work for you, including almost all Nexus/Pixel devices.
Please follow the instuction below from @axeldna:
- Removed the installed Wifi Bonding module.
- Removed all saved wifi 2.4Ghz networks (I removed all of them anyway, but shouldn’t be necessary).
- Rebooted the phone (to make sure wifi settings are removed from cloud account too).
- Installed the Wifi Bonding module.
- Rebooted the phone (as indicated by Magisk to start the module).
- With a phone “free of wifi” and with a fresh Wifi Bonding module, I joined 2.4Ghz wifi networks.
- Checked my newly registered 2.4Ghz networks and they are showing 150Mbps Link Speed.
- On some MTK solution AP, they are showing 300Mbps Link Speed.
- You should use latest Magisk Manager to install this module. If you meet any problem under installation from Magisk Manager, please try to install it from recovery.
- Recent fixes:
Update for magisk tmpfs location changes.
- Copyright (C) 2017-2020 simonsmh firstname.lastname@example.org
- Any issue or pull request is welcomed.
- Star this module at GitHub.
Download Magisk WiFi Bonding Magisk Module
You can get the latest version of Magisk WiFi Bonding by clicking the below link: