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So I did a firmware recovery since my pineapple stopped working. Everything so far went fine, solid orange LED. But now i have arrived on the ''Firmware Update'' page. I put the recovery image in here and updated. The page says it might take upto several minutes to update. But the problem is after i start the update it doesnt do anything, it just keep on the screen and nothing changes. If i power down the pineapple (did did after more than an jour of the TETRA doing nothing) and power it back on again it just goes back to the update screen. Does anyone have any tips or maybe the same issue? Im a noob so any help is greatly appreciated!
Hello! I own a Pineapple Nano, and have it setup. Let me run down the list. I am using an Alfa USB to connect to a WiFi connection to forward all traffic to the internet. I have my Management AP, and Public AP (Rogue AP) setup. I am able to connect with a device and my traffic is forwarded. I have the microSD card plugged into the NANO. It has been formatted to EXT4. I rebooted the device, and according to the GUI it is mounted and ready. I load the modules page. Then I click "Get Modules" and the list populates. I then proceed to "Install" any of the modules, let's go with "nmap". It finished the install and succeeds. Then I view the bottom of the page for "Install Modules" and nothing. I then refresh the page and it will not load, I get the forever loading pineapple. And this is where I am at. I am unable to access any other modules. I have reformatted the SD card through the GUI, and through terminal by SSH. And restarted the NANO multiple times. Does anyone have any thoughts on what roadblock I am facing? Is it maybe that the SD card is too large? The SD card is a 32 GB Class 10 card. I am willing to provide additional information, just let me know what you require. I have tried to look around the web and see if anyone else faced the same issue. I couldn't seem to find it, either its buried somewhere in the great wide web, or no one else has had this issue. Thanks, Janosik