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Sunday, 5 October 2008

Find free open Wi-Fi connections with FreeAir

FreeAir Wi-Fi connection finder
There are plenty of ways to let your Symbian phone find Wi-Fi connections, but what's the point if you have to find that really free open wireless router in between a jungle of access points that ask you for passwords or money or both?

FreeAir by KloNom makes things a lot easier by finding free and open wireless internet connections for you, so you don't have to deal with all the paid, locked, useless wireless background noise. You can tell FreeAir when to search, when not to search, and how often it should search. Keeping the search interval high keeps your list of free Wi-Fi connection options more accurate, keeping the search interval low makes your battery last longer. The choice is yours.

To run FreeAir you need to have Python installed. You'll also need to sign the .sis files or set your phone free to avoid Symbian's Signing Madness.

FreeAir v1.0 on Mobile Castle

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