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WIFI Pineapple Nano wireless connection

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Ok so I just got a new wifi pineapple and I set everything up and it works perfectly fine but when I try to connect it to my phone using the Pineapple wifi it always says I put the password in wrong idk what is wrong. I changed the password multiple times to see if it would work but it keeps saying that I'm putting in the wrong password can someone please help me.

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are you trying to connect to the Management AP that you setup during initial setup with your phone?

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How did you do the first setup?  On a computer?   What kind of device are you using to try to connect to the AP?

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11 minutes ago, b0N3z said:

How did you do the first setup?  On a computer?   What kind of device are you using to try to connect to the AP?

I followed step by step instructions on how to set it up on a computer and I'm trying to connect it to an iPhone 7

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go to your wifi settings and "forget" the network and retry. If that does not work try to reset the pineapple and start over.  hold down the reset button for 7 seconds.

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Just keep resetting till it makes sense. Thats what I did. lol. I ruined that thing a dozen times somehow but now I have no problems.

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I am having a similar issue. While the Nano is attached to my computer via USB i can connect to it on either my other computer or my phone. When I try to power it up using the battery(fully charged). I can not connect to the management AP. Any recommendations?

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Same issue here. If I hide open AP and enable the management AP whilst connected over USB everything is fine. 

 

If I power cycle the nano then I cannot connect (incorrect password). Resetting or updating the management AP password or changing MAC address of wlan0-1 sometimes fixes it. I can also fix it by setting the configuration to default. In all cases it's necessary to 'forget' the previous connection.

 

I have factory reset the nano and set up via Linux and Mac with no difference. Problem persisted with latest firmware (1.1.3) upgrade.

 

Did anyone work out what is happening?

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