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  1. Good news! I decided to just hook it up to both ports of one of my monstrous power bricks, and now it's working like a charm. I suspect my laptop started out putting out just enough juice on the USB ports - but once I unplugged it and drained the battery a little, it backed off, and the Pineapple went into a tailspin of Weird Power ProblemsTM Thank you for getting me pointed in the right direction :)
  2. Yes, and I could ping IP addresses from my connected phone. However, no DNS resolution was occurring, so the phone thought it had no access. Now it just won't connect whatsoever.
  3. Sorry for the double post - don't see an Edit button anywhere :( logread on the Pineapple looks like this. I'm trying to hit a PineAP SSID, then the management SSID, from first my phone, and then my laptop. Wed Jan 18 20:49:03 2017 daemon.info hostapd: wlan0: STA f0:43:47:14:71:18 IEEE 802.11: Station tried to associate before authentication (aid=-1 flags=0x0) Wed Jan 18 20:49:07 2017 daemon.info hostapd: wlan0: STA f0:43:47:14:71:18 IEEE 802.11: Station tried to associate before authentication (aid=-1 flags=0x0) Wed Jan 18 20:49:10 2017 daemon.info hostapd: wlan0: STA f0:43:47
  4. Thanks - I actually thought of that last night, and realized I should have both ends of that Y-cable plugged in. A while later, it began working out of blue..so I'm not sure if there was any correlation! However, whilst messing around with it just now, it started malfunctioning again. I've tried both plugging both male ends into my laptop's 3.0 ports, as well as connecting one to the laptop and one to a Pineapple Juice battery. It's gone back to immediately rejecting my connections. dmesg in Linux shows this happening over and over: [ 2008.287696] wlp3s0: authenticate with 00:c0:
  5. I seem to be having a general case of "failure to launch" at the moment. My Nano is working great for recon, but it is consistently failing to do anything related to acting as a wireless AP. I cannot connect to the open AP, the management AP, or any of the spoofed APs produced by PineAP. My phone almost instantly gives up and marks the networks as "Disabled", or just stops and leaves it marked as "Saved". My laptop won't connect to them, either. Signal strength is fine. I'll occasionally see associations occurring for the PineAP SSIDs, but they either immediately result in deassociation,
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