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DWall and urlsnarf don't work after firmware update

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Hi!

After upgrading my Tetra to firmware 2.6.1, DWall and urlsnarf don't work anymore. I can start both modules, but it seems they don't collect any data. Does anyone else have the same problem? And how can I downgrade to 2.5.x again (last stable version on my pineapples....)

Thanks!

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On 10/14/2019 at 1:43 AM, Cap_Sig said:

To downgrade, first do a firmware recovery: https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery 

Then you can manually upgrade to whatever version you like: https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360025819673-Manual-Firmware-Installation

Thank you Cap_Sig! Will do that. In the meantime I found a Pineapple Nano which I didn't update. It's still running 2.4.1 and all the modules installed are working. I hope there will be an update for the 2.6.x

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10 hours ago, Nightshade said:

Thank you Cap_Sig! Will do that. In the meantime I found a Pineapple Nano which I didn't update. It's still running 2.4.1 and all the modules installed are working. I hope there will be an update for the 2.6.x

Anytime.  Glad to here your find.  Modules are being updated for the 2.6.x firmware.  Some have been confirmed updated by @Foxtrot and he has mentioned work is being done to others.  Hopefully other modules are updated by there creators soon as well.

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