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220v usb?  You need a 5v power supply for the usb power with the right amount of Amps to power the tetra.  the tetra need 18-24 watts of power which equals 2x 5v2.4a power supply.  some batteries have 2 5v2.4a plugs or you could use 2 different batteries with the 5v2.4a usb ports.  under powering causes problems but overpowering with a 5v power supply is not a problem as the tetra will only draw what it needs.

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On 22/04/2017 at 1:25 AM, Rawpower said:

Hi,

I don't receive any results performing the 'recon'-scan?

The scan even don't stops, stays on 100% ... without results in the frame below :huh:

What's wrong?

Thx

Bart

 

Try a factory reset.

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powering: okay  (via wall 220V outlet and transfer, not over USB ... ;-(
factory reset: done, but no improvement.

But I could further pinpoint the problem ...

Only when I select 2,4 GHz recon (or both) they recon process hangs with 100% without results 
AND
It happens only at my HOME-location,  I tested myTetra-pineapp @my parents the recon-functions works normal ....

So question ... what @ my HOME can spoil the recon-function @2,4Ghz band?

Any suggestions?

Many Thanks for your input !

Bart

 

 

 

 

 

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16 hours ago, Rawpower said:

powering: okay  (via wall 220V outlet and transfer, not over USB ... ;-(
factory reset: done, but no improvement.

But I could further pinpoint the problem ...

Only when I select 2,4 GHz recon (or both) they recon process hangs with 100% without results 
AND
It happens only at my HOME-location,  I tested myTetra-pineapp @my parents the recon-functions works normal ....

So question ... what @ my HOME can spoil the recon-function @2,4Ghz band?

Any suggestions?

Many Thanks for your input !

Bart

 

 

 

 

 

this is strange, doesnt sound like a faulty hardware since you can get it to work occasionally. try this and report any errors faced:

1) restart your pineapple

2) ssh to it

3) Start wlan1 as monitor mode using airmon-ng

airmon-ng wlan1 start

4) Perform airodump using your wlan1mon interface. you should expect to see some MAC addresses in your vicinity

airodump-ng wlan1mon

5)  This performs the same command as running recon on 2.4ghz for 1min. The results will be stored in /tmp/re

pinesniffer wlan1mon 60 1 /tmp/re

6) Read /tmp/re, you should expect some results

cat /tmp/re

 

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