Follow the instruction:
1. Config the RPi as a Wifi Access point or a Wifi Hotspot
sudo apt-get -y install hostapd dnsmasq
Add the config below to the hostapd.conf file:
I have worked on this few months ago, and today, i figured out why this happens! The reason android phones fail to connect with Raspberry Pi's AP is that in android phones have a range of IPs in their "Developer Options". While connecting to RPi's AP on android phone, use static Ip in "Advanced Options" such as in my case the ip of AP is "169.254.208.226" so ...
On a headless system you can install browsh: that's a text frontend to Firefox. It can display pretty much any page that Firefox can, but in text mode over SSH. Don't forget to install Firefox too.
Another option is to set up X forwarding and use Firefox directly, with the graphical interface displayed on the computer which runs the SSH client. If you're ...
Or, is there another way to connect to such networks using the CLI? Perhaps by > assigning my mobile’s MAC address to wlan0, so that I can acknowledge the logon page on my mobile? Is that possible, and would it work? How would I do that?
I've used the reverse to get around this issue in the past, simply because changing the MAC address on my laptop is ...
BE FORWARDED TO THE SPLASH PAGE
Rather than trying to access the splash directly, try to get it to forward you to the splash page.
$ lynx www.google.com
You should be notified about loading an html file. Agreeing to the prompt will bring up the splash page in the terminal on your mobile device connected to the Pi on wlan1. The virtual keyboard may or ...
If the w3m text browser does not work you can try to use the classic text browser lynx. It is also available from the Raspbian repository.
You can also use scripting for login. I have done it with curl but it has taken me some days of development. You have to analyze the HTML source pages from the login page to GET and PUT the right responses for username ...