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  1. Nm. Figured it out. As it turned out, it really was a SD card issue. I never knew SD cards still came in 128MB. Whats so special about the stock memory card anyways? Anywho, a cheap $5, 4GB no name replacement from Fry's did the trick. As it turned out, Solid RED = Flash Successful, BUT, SD card is wonky. Either it cant find inject.bin that is blatantly in there, or it couldnt read the SD card. As soon as you flash the duck, pull it out and insert your replacement memory card. Then insert the entire ducky, naked, back into the USB port, it should immediately switch from
  2. Can't find the post edit button. Anyways here is the dmesg output from "dmesg | grep usb". At one point the device identified itself as "Ducky HID Keyboard", but since flashing it no longer does any of that. [ 2253.785417] usb 3-4.1: Product: AT32UC3B DFU [ 2253.785419] usb 3-4.1: Manufacturer: ATMEL [ 2253.785420] usb 3-4.1: SerialNumber: 1.0.2 [ 2270.272568] usb 3-4.1: USB disconnect, device number 17 [ 2270.981484] usb 3-4.1: new full-speed USB device number 18 using xhci_hcd [ 2271.072404] usb 3-4.1: New USB device found, idVendor=03eb, idProduct=2422 [ 2271.072408] usb 3-
  3. Nevermind. Now ALL of the firmwares provided by ducky-flasher goes SOLID RED. I havn't not been able to find anything via Google on what the lights mean. Some lights stay green, others stay red. At one point the ducky was having a green+red flashing pattern. But since the green generally means the ducky works in some capacity, how do I make it go green again? It was green when I first got it in the mail. I am running ducky-flasher on Kali Linux 4.6 btw.
  4. Hi, so I wanted to try out the alternative firmwares made available to the USB Rubber Ducky, I used DuckyFlasher to install the firmware, and I held the button down before I plugged in the Ducky into my USB port. Now I get a solid red light for three out of four firmwares provided by DuckyFlasher. The only one that gave me back the Green Light was Twin-Duck Special Request #2 in DuckyFlasher. However, it no longer typed keyboard commands for me. I tried to flash back the original firmware that came with the Ducky, which is duck.hex in ducky-flasher. Still a solid red light.
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