Yet another 'bricked' Bunny thread in Bash Bunny Posted September 14, 2017 · Edited September 14, 2017 by datguy_dev 1 hour ago, Opticon said: @datguy_dev Well guess what? Mine did the same thing. It was just as you wrote; "there is a duration of time of when the BB is left unplugged - that when plugged back into a power source - that produces different boot sequences for the BB." So, I'll tell you when this started becoming an issue, not to mention I lost the ability to use payloads in switch position 2. I was advised to update to firmware 1.3, as new features had been made available. I was running the out-of-box- 1.0 without incident. After writing and researching, I changed to a firmware that I hadn't used, as recovery mode would not work- contrary to what is in writing. Firmware 1.2 resolved it. Every single time I use it, it operates the same, with no random lights at boot or disconnection from my system, and I can leave it plugged in for hours. So contrary to any advice given on the board, I will not use 1.3 as it caused a myriad of problems including everything you wrote and more! -Cheers I should have mentioned I was running v1.3 at the time this happened. Yet, the problems I have began immediately after I changed the switch. Before that, it was fine. So I'm not entirely sure we have the exact same issues. I have wait 5 minutes, try to boot, and 70% or so of the tries it'll fail. Whereas if I wait 1 minute, it fails 100% of the time. However, there is like a 95% chance it'll boot if I remove the cover to inspect it, put it back together, then boot. But it crashes shortly after. Therefore I cannot recover nor change the firmware because my BB crashes after 15 seconds or so. Its truly bricked. Ran a continuity test on the switch. Seems to be working fine. Though it doesn't appear to be grounded directly to the USB negative. Odd. Oh well, peace out. I'm not going to buy another. May try the Rpi Zero route sometime down the road though.