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  1. Hi all, Just received my brand new WiFi Pineapple Tetra today and within moments of completing the configuration I fucked up somehow. The setup when through successfully but when rebooted and asked for a password for someone it does not like what I entered. I am 99% sure I typed the password I have been trying but with no luck. Is there a way to reset the device for a fresh setup?
  2. I am following these steps from the wiki: Factory Reset / "Unbricking" In the extreme case that a LAN Turtle has become permenantly inaccessible or inoperative, there is a quick method for recovery using a special web interface. Download the latest factory image from https://downloads.lanturtle.com/turtle-2-factory.bin Carefully open the LAN Turtle case by removing the two screws underneath the sticker on the bottom While holding the button on the bottom of the LAN Turtle, plug the device into a computer After 3 seconds let go of the button and wai
  3. please help! i got a brand new tetra, barly used. when promped to hold the reset button on update, using my finger didnt do it, as in the button is super hard to click, and while trying to click with a pencil, the button broke! i now have a bricked pineapple tetra, and i didnt even got the chnace to use it.! is there a way of booting without reset button? what are my options?
  4. Hello guys, I'm new here at the forum so be gracious with me ? I found my "old" Pineapple Tetra from I think the beginnig of last year and forgot the password to login... So I want to reset it, but there is no reset buttons... The only thing I found was 5 switches at the site of the power supply, I also open up the case, but there is also no reset button. It should be the same model as shown in this picture Could anybody help me? Thanks ?
  5. Hi, My nano was doing some weird items, and I decided to perform a factory reset. After I did the first reset and after creating the Admin/root accounts - my MacBook lost its internet. I did not make any network changes to the Nano. As a matter of fact, the tab only showed wlan1. So I decided to shut it down and after that point the device, after connected to power and my Mac, will no longer show me the admin page. The light is blue "blinky". Idea help would be appreciated.
  6. Hello to all, I am trying to configure the pineaple but when entering http://172.16.42.1:1471 I give it in get started, I press the reset button but the pineapple is turned off and it does not come back online to configure Regards,
  7. Hello, How safe is it to use the factory reset feature? Will I run into problems if I use it an avarage of 3-4 times a day? Here's the reasoning - I'm developing and testing a custom payload for the Bash Bunny and it involves installing extra tools from multiple sources (apt-get, pip, gcc). I want to keep the installation stage tidy and separate so that it's easy to install all components on a brand-new Bunny. In order to test a "clean install" I need to keep on resetting the Bunny. Will I run into troubles down the road if I keep resetting the Bunny?
  8. Just bought a Tetra a few weeks ago. Every time I shutdown or reboot the Pineapple, it factory resets. Nothing saves, and I have to go through full setup everytime. What can I do to stop this or exchange it?
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