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[Bug 1512831] Re: Flight mode: Wi-Fi re-enabled upon reboot



Can you please re-test with a current image?

I just tried this on my arale ( rc-proposed/meizu.en #216 ) which was
updated two days ago.  I can't recreate.

I verified that WiFi was enabled, then enabled FlightMode, verifying
that WiFi had been disabled before rebooting.

I ran this scenario five times in a row, and each time after the device
booted, FlightMode was enabled, and WiFi still disabled.

I even tried one time with WiFi disabled, before enabling FlightMode,
with no difference.

** Changed in: network-manager (Ubuntu)
       Status: Confirmed => Incomplete

** Changed in: network-manager (Ubuntu)
     Assignee: (unassigned) => Allan LeSage (allanlesage)

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  Flight mode: Wi-Fi re-enabled upon reboot

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Bug description:
  One arale r152 rc-proposed, finding that under flight mode Wi-Fi can
  be re-enabled upon reboot, will attach a screenie ("boite_LeSage" is
  my home router access point).

  1.  Enable flight mode, verify that flight mode is indicated, Wi-Fi switch is off.
  2.  Reboot phone.

  Flight mode engaged, Wi-Fi disabled.

  Flight mode engaged, Wi-Fi enabled.

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