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  1. Thanks. IF you had said it should work, I would have ordered another Nano. Instead, I will get the Tetra, for when SIZE is not important, or I need 5GHz. Will future support showup as a app update on the Google Play Store? Thanks for the quick response.
  2. Has anyone had been able to get the Nano to work on the Pixel 2? I downloaded the latest Android app on the Pixel 2 XL and flashed the Nano with the latest firmware. I started the Android Pineapple app on the Pixel 2 XL, attached the Nano by a USB cable and enabled USB tethering, but I never get past "Waiting for connection". The Nano works attached to my laptop, so I don't think there is a issue with the nano. Has anyone had success with the Nano on a Pixel 2? Thank you for any input or suggestions.
  3. If I get the Ralink USB WiFI RT5370 for my Nano, do I need to SSH and issue any command for the Nano to recognize and use the Ralink? What I would like to do if possible, is to access WiFi Pineapple Connector via a WiFi connection as opposed to having my cell phone physically to my Nano.
  4. When I plug my Nano into one of my Linux laptops, I have to run the wp6.sh script. Until I do the Nano will not load the bulletins from wifipineapple.com. I only have to do this on my Linux boxes. No problems when using my Android phones. Here is a link to the forum topic on wp6.sh https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/37142-questions-about-wp6sh/
  5. EDIT ----> NOTE I HAVE MY NANO WORKING :) .. Thanks for the input.. I was able to get it running under a Kali 2.0 VM ------------ Below no longer needed ------ I had not tried Linux on a VM yet, I just installed a VM and made some progress. I installed Parallels on my MacBook Pro 2013. This configuration of Linux is the first oe that seems to see the Nano I received the following output from lsusb and dmesg I have not had an opportunity to get the output of the above commands on my other devices. I can try those at another time. parallels@ubuntu:~$ lsusb Bus 001 Device 006: ID 0b95
  6. I have been unable to get any of my devices desktop Win 7 pro, laptops running Linux or cell phones running Android to recognize my Nano. The only device I have not yet tried is my MacBook Pro 2013. The videos examples showing how to configure the Nano show using two USB ports. I can only use a single USB port on my MacBook Pro. I do have a Pineapple Juice 4000 to provide power. Is it possible to setup and update the firmware on a MacBook Pro? I can install a VM if that helps. I have run out of ideas on how to get my Nano to be seen. When I power up my Nano the blue ligh lights for 1 second,
  7. The Linux box does not see the Nano, nothing when I plug in the nano. The Linux box sees my cell phones my Pineapple Mark V and IV and well as anything else I plug in.
  8. I am having the same problem. My Nano power light comes on for a second goes out for a second, comes back on for 3 or 4 seconds and goes dark for good. I tried the reset fix by holding the reset button while plugging in the Nano. The light then stays on, never going through the blink light booting process. I originally expected to use this on my Nexus 6p phone [Google Project Fi]. I thought maybe USB to USB-C does not work on the Nano. I tried a Windows PC with no luck in getting the PC to recgonize the Nano. The Nano power light flashes once and goes dark. IS there something else I can try
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