Thats what I was talking about!Went ahead and tried this verbatim. Wireless adapters work in either port and everything just... works. No capacitor upgrade was needed.
Glad that what I proposed is confirmed working.
1 Ohm is indeed a lot better than seven Ohm, but note that its still generating a 0.1 Volt drop for every 100mA. So if your PSU is on the edge, and only delivering 4.8 Volt to the PI, a 0.1 Volt drop is still significant.
If its not generating any hot plug (reset) problems lowering the value even more is recommended, maybe not to 0.001 Ohm, but maybe half an ohm, but using a better PSU would be a better solution in such cases.
Note that the resistor will not dissipate a lot of heat (as it should, unless there is a short), so a quarter watter is not needed, as these are generally larger than the polyfuses, so you can also use a tinier 1/8 or 1/16 Watt resistor, perhaps a 1206 SMT resistor will fit.
But do note that soldering resistors to the polyfuses will void your warranty, and may also overheat the polyfuses themselves (not that it matters, unless you remove the resistors again, and do not wait for the polyfuses to recover).
remember the polyfuses are made to be soldered to the board, so heating them up this way won't do much permanent damage, unless your soldering lasts several minutes and the polyfuses literally melt from the board. If your soldering skills are particularly poor I won't recommend this patch.