Happened to me too, but a quick reboot fixed it.Originally Posted by 44937912
Here's the MAC address fix for your Pros running CM7. If you have had an issue connecting to wifi, it's probably because each time the device's wifi is restarted, a new MAC address is generated which will clog up your router as you can easily run out of IP addresses to lease to each and every new MAC address that's generated each time your device's wifi is restarted. The link can be downloaded here. The instructions are simple:
1. Flash it in clockwork no need to wipe anything
2. "Activate it" by going into the terminal emulator app, typing "su" (without the quotes) then typing "mac-address-fix.sh" (without the quotes). A bunch of weird symbols should come up, but that's normal.
What this does is it auto-generates and writes your permanent MAC address to a file called called nvs_map.bin under /data/misc/wifi/nvs_map.bin. It will remain there and your MAC address will remain the same unless you wipe your /data whereas you will simply have to redo it
Note: if you get an error message in the terminal after doing the fix, make sure your Wi-Fi is turned on and you're connected to a network
For CM7, download --> CM7MAC.zip
Last edited by JackpotClavin; 06-18-2012 at 05:24 PM.
Seems that is radio related...
With my american droid pro with n_01.53.00r I have this issue.
with my european (radio n_01.1b.03r) NO!! :-))
It is possible?