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  1. I wasn't clear - I have a few uses for it (i.e. a few wireless clients which are normally unconnected, but which I wouldn't mind connecting). My question is to how well it would do as a general purpose router? It has the basic facilities like DHCP, but is probably missing features you might see in some routers like DDWRT. Traffic shaping, allow connect times, website filtering ... Sounds like a good opportunity for some new modules.
  2. My house is all ethernet and I don't run WIFI, but it would be convenient for a thing or two. That's an idea for a router, what are your thoughts about using the TETRA as a general purpose router? I wouldn't be the ISP facing router, but one inside just for WIFI clients.
  3. The nice thing about the Pineapple Juice is that it works perfectly in the tactical edition pouch. Really makes it easy to war walk. Downside is it has about 8 hours run time and no Charge Through feature (charge while running the Pineapple).
  4. Sorry I wasn't clear! Specifically the password isn't saved but username is. After getting in it asks to save password and I say yes, but it never recalls. I haven't tried the other ideas, will do but this is a dedicated phone, never used and freshly flashed.
  5. Good catch, I didn't know that. This would make a good module, maybe I'll work on it. Or maybe it needs to be integrated with tracking (a feature I haven't looked at at all). Some ideas ... Changing MAC is a fairly weak obfuscation technique, in this case the phone is still broadcasting (presumably) it's open WIFI desires If you get it to connect then you can try to fingerprint the device, easiest is if it makes an HTTP request So some signal analysis - I don't know what is available from the chipset but keep track of power output from the device - which may have a trend as it moves around a
  6. The Ralink RT3070 chipset in the Alfa USB WIFI you sell seems to register properly and creates a wlan2 Thu Jan 14 06:31:57 2016 kern.info kernel: [ 1483.020000] usb 1-1.3: new high-speed USB device number 5 using ehci-platform Thu Jan 14 06:31:57 2016 kern.info kernel: [ 1483.260000] usb 1-1.3: reset high-speed USB device number 5 using ehci-platform Thu Jan 14 06:31:57 2016 kern.info kernel: [ 1483.400000] ieee80211 phy2: rt2x00_set_rt: Info - RT chipset 3070, rev 0201 detected Thu Jan 14 06:31:58 2016 kern.info kernel: [ 1483.500000] ieee80211 phy2: rt2x00_set_rf: Info - RF chipset 0005
  7. On my Nexus (5 I think) running latest OS Chrome isn't saving and filling in the password properly, but on the desktop it works fine. Anybody else seeing this? Also the Android device unfortunately charges from the USB port and it can't be turned off from the Android side I believe. Any adapters to alleviate this issue? Ideally I'd like the Android to stay tethered throughout the day (without draining the Pineapple battery) and would autofill the password for quick access. Thanks much
  8. Thanks - great suggestion. One concern is that many battery packs are crappy so good, reliable ones are great to know about. The 20k mAh is a little big but might still fit in the tactical pouch. Unfortunately the USB port is offset, but a short USB extension cable (ideally right angled) might work.
  9. (carefully spending one of the 3 posts I can make today - please help me get out of this hell :) I'm greatly enjoying the usability of the tactical edition, I easily enticed my buddy (who I've been trying to convince to get a VPN) to take out his phone, from which I captured a MAC. Now I'm readying the pwning and much hilarity. Anyhow so far I'm getting about six or seven hours off of it while running in monitoring mode. Not bad but I'm looking for a longer lived version. One issue might be that a tethered Android charges from it, though oddly I don't think I see much running time difference
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