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How to force Bash Bunny into Recovery Mode?

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I have been trying with much fail to get the tool_installer to load and my Bash Bunny seems to only want to stay in USB mode and not recognize either switch 1 or switch 2 mode. About the most I have gotten it to do is switch colors with the payload.txt but everything else has failed so is there a way to force it into recovery mode so I can start from scratch in case thats my issue. Thanks

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If switching it back and forth does not work you could try to launch it and route it into a VM then restrict privileges to induce kernel panic, do not have mine yet but just an idea.

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I'm currently running `rm -rf /etc` then un/plugging 3 times. =X

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We'll make the recovery process easier in the future, bear with us while we get post launch development geared up.

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Sadness.  Bricked.

Regardless of switch position.  Green light comes on. Blue light comes on. Multiple insertions and sometimes I get a red light. Red persists for greater than 15 minutes.

Sadness.

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49 minutes ago, TTommy said:

Sadness.  Bricked.

Regardless of switch position.  Green light comes on. Blue light comes on. Multiple insertions and sometimes I get a red light. Red persists for greater than 15 minutes.

Sadness.

See this post from Darren Kitchen

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Got it.  Totally worked.  Sort of. Windows was cranky about the volume needing a chkdsk.  Windows got past that though. 

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