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  1. This was a pretty hot topic a while back (pardon the pun). Seems that the general consensus was that it's normal and completely OK for it to be quite warm, and that passive cooling already in place should be more than sufficient to keep it at safe temperatures.
  2. I asked this question a bit earlier and got this response:
  3. Just made me wonder why most wifi boosters are around this price range, yet there's an 800mW one for $50 available in the hakshop (sold out).
  4. The pineapple runs very warm, this is normal. I can't remember the exact figures, but even when it's "hot", Darren assured me that it's still well within its operating temperature range and safe to use without active cooling.
  5. It'd be the APN settings. Fairly common for providers of unlimited data plans to block tethering.
  6. Which antenna (close to USB male end or female end) would the booster work better on?
  7. They're likely already connected to a wifi spot. Phones don't tend to search out for previous connections unless the one they're on is really bad or they're just not connected. You can deauth clients on nearby networks and then they'll try to connect to you instead.
  8. Yeah, that's what I said. The green LED lit up if you had an external adapter plugged in before boot, instead of the solid blue.
  9. Back on 1.0.1, if you had an external wifi adapter plugged in before it boots, it would light up the green LED instead of solid blue. Not really sure why that happens, but it was pretty neat.
  10. I've noticed it on 0.2 as well. In addition, you can't add the deleted SSIDs back until you remove them first...which is weird.
  11. I'll have to look at the exact temps when it's particularly hot, but leaving it running against the battery (or any flat surface, for that matter) seems to make things quite hot. Pressed against the battery, inside the tactical pouch, for hours at a time seems to exacerbate things.
  12. Gonna have to update the pineapple logo to fit better, but looking good so far...
  13. I've been noticing that my nano is running awfully hot lately. Has any progress been made on this? Having some kind of active cooling solution would be helpful.
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