It is a painful process and I would like to record the whole process.. I will provide a script in the end to assist, but the script should be used "AS IS."
To get wireshark working on Android, we will need many many libraries to start with. Most importantly, we need:
To get these (and compiled correctly), we also need to get
libxml2. First we need to download all these. Navigate to a directory and use the following script to do so. Continue reading Compile tshark/wireshark for Android
I did not find online anyone mentioning about this. But after I update my S8 to Android Oreo (8.0, the latest system version), my Project Fi lost its data connections.
I found this issue after I left home taking an Uber. I was standing outside and there was no WiFi. My S8 behaved as usual until I notice there was no LTE sign in the status bar. I opened the Uber app and it said "No Internet Connections." I tried other apps and finally found my LTE was gone.
Okay, so long story short, if you encounter the same problem as I did, here is the solution. I do not know why it happens, but the update triggers a change in the network access point settings. For S8, if you navigate to
Settings > Connections > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names
You will see
Project Fi -Tm is selected (there might be two of them). Click on the one that is already chosen and we'll edit the
APN protocol. The update somehow changes the
APN protocol to
IPv6 only. Now change that to
Everything now gets back to normal. 😀