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SuperFastYo

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  1. lol, I've had that backpack for about 2 years now and have everything I need in my work life. So since its a work bag I just rip off the patch and nobody glances at it. It would be dumb to run around with a patch stating what is for the world to see.
  2. I made this video when I first got the Nano and never saw a video of an unboxing of the Tactical Elite. Well Darrin decided to make one so I never uploaded mine. Today I was bored so just quick edited it and decided to upload my (ghetto) unboxing!
  3. you dont even need an OTG cable. Regular USB type C works just fine
  4. I'm a personal fan of teamtreehouse.com
  5. Bumping a dead thread to see if anyone has had luck with this method.
  6. Running the nano right now. Love it, and it's cheap(ish).
  7. Thanks for the advice Sami! I went with the nano mostly just for portability. I think I will eventually grab a Tetra, but for now the nano will work with my intro to this field. I will keep an eye on the forums before I buy though, just to make sure the reviews on the new firmware are positive. Thanks again from the US!
  8. Where do you teach, if you don't mind me asking.
  9. have you tried xda forum? They're going to be more knowledgeable about this kind of thing.
  10. That's terrifying. Bravo to hak5 for the quick response & resolution. Kinda off topic but anybody know a run time on these batteries on a single charge?
  11. Hey let's not downplay getting a printer online. Those things have a mind of their own. Mine requires a blood sacrifice at least once a month. I ended up getting a NANO Tactical Elite solely for portability. Once I feel comfortable and confident with the nano I'll buy a tetra as a stationary device or a semi-portable one at least.
  12. If the mark v works for you, stick with it. The tetra is nice cause it's got the latest hardware as the mark v is from 2013. Also having the 5ghz band is nice to have. I would say if you have the cash to burn the tetra sounds like a great upgrade. But from what I gather about hak5, the mark v will have continued support and stay relevant. This is just a personal suggestion on the bit of research I've done when I saw a mark v for sale. I however went with the nano for portability.
  13. No, none work. But thanks for looking that up for me edward. Just bit the bullet at full price :D
  14. Nano & Tetra are separate devices. Which device where you planning on buying?
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