I think it is a good idea to support it, in order not to miss out on certain usecases the vim3 is perfect for!
E.g. Enabling simultaneous wifi and ethernet, people can use their vim3 on portable things, like a car as in my project.
Also I think it should be easy for people so experienced and with advanced knowledge just as you are.
This is also something I could really use. I have a system on a motorcycle where I have a network video recorder that I would like to access on the ETH and I still need the wifi on for a variety of AP’s I will access as the system moves around.
I have tried again and it seems to me there must be another place outside ConnetivityService to look for.
I changed everyging that seems relevant but still shuts down my wifi once ethernet got a connection
I think I know why my tries failed…
Although I have copied the services.jar to /system/framework they seem not to be loaded, because the debugging messages I changed are still the ones before my change.