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  1. Hi to everyone, I was just looking through the latest upgrade release for the Pineapple Nano, and what I found was possibly a cause for concern. I was using the Hex editor wxHexEditor easily downloadable or installable through kali linux. Its a GUI editor so its easy to read and use. I dont profess to know loads about code but was thinking of possibly giving it a go in trying to re-engineer this code with better code at some point in the future. I was a bit dismayed and taken aback when I used the Disassembler panel feature to find that a lot of the code seems to have invalid instruction flagged!! I dont know whether this is in anyway some kind of normal for so much code or is there something to be alarmed about ? This may explain the reasons why so many Pineapple users are witnessing extraneous problems with their nano Pineapples. Please see the printscreen uploads taken of the editor with disassembler on the far right. Best, Miko
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