gwpinetree wrote:Turning on auto-join worked for me.
gwpinetree wrote:Sorry to report, it is NOT working for me, after all.
Every time I go back to the university network, the auto-join button is set to OFF.
It remains a mystery.
aeeverett wrote:Does 'use ONCE' entail creating any kind of account with boingo?
aeeverett wrote:Why are folks emphatic about running the Boingo app only ONCE? I've run it several times while testing BlueSocket and so far things are going well.
I'm responding to your question about disabling Wi-Fi autologin (aka Captive Network Support, or CNS) on iPhone OS 3.0 and later. As you're probably aware, there is no good way to disable CNS on current versions of iPhone OS. iPhone OS disables CNS when certain well-known hotspot applications are installed, but this list of applications is hard-wired into the OS itself.
There are both long-term and short-term considerations here:
o short term -- In the short term iPhone OS engineering has agreed to add developers like yourself to the CNS exception list. You can request this by filing a bug.
Make sure you include the name of your product and its bundle identifier.
Please send me the bug number so that I can associate it with this incident.
Any such change is dependent on there being a release vehicle for the change. Apple has not publicly announced any iPhone releases beyond the currently available iPhone OS 3.1, so I can't offer any predictions as to how long it will take for your change to make it into a consumer release.
o long term -- In the long term (that is, post iPhone OS 3.x) we hope to offer a better-architected solution to this problem. However, right now I have nothing concrete that I can share with you on that front. I've made a note of your incident and plan to notify you when we start seeding our long-term solution.
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