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Is there a way to import modules from wifi pineapple nano or tetra to mark 7? Is there a way to get it backwards compatible? Anything I can do to make them work on my mk7 or how to give it as feedback to devs? As far as I know from quick searches, there is a GitHub pages for modules, for nano/tetra: https://github.com/hak5/nano-tetra-modules which have a significant amount of modules, compared to the MK7 module: https://github.com/hak5/pineapple-modules Therefore, I want to know is there a way to import those and make them work to some extent on my end, on my mark7. If not I wish to ask devs of wifi pineapple mk7 to try making backwards compatibility for modules a thing or give bigger initiative for module development. As they are there, but not quite compatible or not able to add them in an obvious way. So I want to suggest that perhaps using what's already there, instead of starting from scratch is a better way.
I had some problem when I receive my Rubber Ducky. All keyboard properties won't fit my keyboard and many others so I take a day to do this, a canadian french keyboard.properties. I hope it will be usefull. Just not reconize 1 key, so you cannot use these 3 characters : « ° » I don't think it very important, but if someone want to upgrade it or revise it to make this characters work, as you want. To add this properties to your Ducky, download and extract to the same folder as encoder.jar. To encode your ducky you need the next line: java -jar encoder.jar -i yourfile.txt -o inject.bin -l ca.properties The ca.properties must be in the same folder as encoder.jar or change "-l ca.properties" for this "-l path\to\folder\ca.properties D4rk F1r3 ca.rar