Yes I have installed them and they did not help. I am still unable to connect to my or any other network. The WIfi panel hust show "turning Wifi on... " and never changes.
Sorry to hear that. "AGeekswife1992" reported that it helped her some. Not knowing all that you have tried, I would revert back to CM9, which is the most mature and one could call most stable version of CM. Don't use the latest version. 7/14 as that has been having some issues. I would say try either the 4/21 or 5/12 Rom and the 4/29 gapps for ICS. I don't get why all of a sudden certain folks have started having WiFi issues like yours after all this time of stable WiFi drivers and it works fine in WebOS. Very early on WiFi was an issue for me, but that just had to do with the lack of maturity and development of the drivers.
I would run ACMEUninstaller and then from WebOS, from settings/device info run the full secure erase and erase the USB drive. After getting WebOS set up again, have a look at the USB drive/SD card with Windows Explorer and if you see anything remotely Android delete it. I am not aware of anything stored on the SD card that is essential to the running of WebOS or Android. In fact, I would run the USB drive erase first, look at what's left and delete anything that looks Android. There should not be much left except what WebOS thinks needs to be there. In a case like yours, I would manually delete everything and then run the full secure erase. After setting up WebOS, go back and see what if anything that got put back on the USB drive.
Once you get all that successfully done, create the cminstall folder and put moboot 0.3.5, and cwm6 dated 12/15 in it. Put the CM9 zip and the Gapps zip in another folder or on the SD card root, your choice. Run ACMEInstaller3 to install moboot and cwm. Once that is done, use cwm to install CM9 and reboot. Set it up, get your WiFi configured and browse the net. Set up the email app and play with that. None of that requires Gapps. Do this for 24 hours, recharge when necessary. After 24 hours and no Wifi issues, now install the 0429 gapps and let's see what happens. Good luck!
Edited by nevertells, 21 July 2013 - 04:52 PM.