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1 hour ago, chrizree said:

Try any suggestions that can be read in the USB Rubber Ducky documentation that is available online

Solid red:
https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010555093-My-USB-Rubber-Ducky-shows-a-solid-red-LED-now-what-

Flashing/blinking red:
https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471194-My-USB-Rubber-Ducky-is-flashing-RED-now-what-

I dont mean to come off smug but thats literally the first thing I did... then went to google then came here. using the new injection.bin did nothing same results reformatting the card.

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3 hours ago, JoshM said:

reformatting the card

what format? If your PC/MAC/Linux? box can read it but the error looks like the Ducky cant read it then format would be likely cause. Also visually check there's no fluff/dirt in the sd card slot, squirt of can air if you got it.

Else maybe you tried flashing one of the 3rd party firmware's and bricked the ducky? If so then try and get back to DFU boot mode by holding in button while plugging in. You may need drivers. But if hardware is detected (ideally a DFU device) then you should be able to recover. However if you cant get a working DFU bootmode (if there was a bad flash or not) then it looks like it may be a dead duck.

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12 hours ago, Just_a_User said:

what format? If your PC/MAC/Linux? box can read it but the error looks like the Ducky cant read it then format would be likely cause. Also visually check there's no fluff/dirt in the sd card slot, squirt of can air if you got it.

Else maybe you tried flashing one of the 3rd party firmware's and bricked the ducky? If so then try and get back to DFU boot mode by holding in button while plugging in. You may need drivers. But if hardware is detected (ideally a DFU device) then you should be able to recover. However if you cant get a working DFU bootmode (if there was a bad flash or not) then it looks like it may be a dead duck.

Havent been able to format anything. it wont even go into DFU mode. Kinda thinking I got a busted unit.

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7 hours ago, JoshM said:

Yep

So, to me it sounds like its been bricked by a bad flash. It's very rare that defective units come out of the factory, not impossible, just extremely rare.

You can try to contact hak5 with your purchase order details etc. and maybe they can do something.

Personally I would not be to hopeful as this could easily be something you have done to your own ducky and isn't necessarily a hardware fault. Good luck.

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On 10/13/2020 at 7:29 PM, l0cky said:

I am trying to use my rubber ducky but when i plug it in nothing happens and the led is red. I just bought a micro SD and i is till not working.what do i do?

Definitely try a new SD card. My duck is alive!

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1 hour ago, JoshM said:

Definitely try a new SD card. My duck is alive!

Great! do you think it was a make/model kinda thing? what brand was it? so we can avoid that one 🙂

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15 minutes ago, kaliham said:

i will go buy another sd card apparently it will come from the sd provided with ducky

What's with the font size? It doesn't need to be that big.

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Hi friends I read all the posts here and I understand I have a similar problem, I tried to buy another sd card and in both cases the duck stays solid red. Do i Need to create a specific folder on the sd? Because I just put the bin file normally alone
 

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You can also try to format the SD card in the same way as I've described it in my post linked below. It's aimed for the WiFi Pineapple Nano, but I use the same procedure for the Ducky as well, so it's "transparent".

https://forums.hak5.org/topic/53331-wifi-pineapple-nano-sd-card-not-detecting/?do=findComment&comment=333618

 

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I appreciate your response, I put the file this way on two different sd cards (the same one I got in the order and another one I made sure I had for backup) in both cases as soon as I connect the ducky to the computer I get a solid red light.
I have gone over the possible problems here (https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010555093-My-USB-Rubber-Ducky-shows-a-solid-red-LED-now-what-) and I can not troubleshoot where the problem is in my case.

maybe someone how sees this can share some wisdom with me ?mm.thumb.png.ef5ad760964d6ccff3a4fdd2bf4209da.png

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