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Hey,

I'm following user manual guide as well as youtube video but I get stuck at very starting point.

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I booted up my wifi pineapple mark 7

Connected my device (Android & Laptop) with it's AP

Open web portal at http://172.16.42.1:1471

I have 2 options to proceed: 1:"Quickly Press" & 2: "Hold for 4 seconds"

I'm holding reset button for 4 seconds but nothing happened.

Thought this may be my phone problem so I opened this portal on my laptop (windows 10 running)

I tried proceeding with multiple browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Edge one-by-one but nothing happened.

I opened portal on all device, all browsers at same time but still nothing happened

It is not redirecting me to firmware installation page.

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I thought this might be Pineapple's reset button problem

So I pressed it quickly and it's Wifi AP lost, which means reset button is also working

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So where I'm getting stuck, help me!

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Have you tried to skip using WiFi as setup method and use a USB cable instead between your laptop and the Mk7? If there's no USB-C port on your laptop, you could use a Type A to USB-C cable. If not possible to supply all the amps that the Mk7 needs using that cable alone, a Y cable could be used to add some power.

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On 6/3/2021 at 7:03 AM, chrizree said:

Have you tried to skip using WiFi as setup method and use a USB cable instead between your laptop and the Mk7? If there's no USB-C port on your laptop, you could use a Type A to USB-C cable. If not possible to supply all the amps that the Mk7 needs using that cable alone, a Y cable could be used to add some power.

mine dont work either -- is this a huge scam or just shitty firmware at the 7th version?

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On 6/3/2021 at 12:59 PM, kingkaran977 said:

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I booted up my wifi pineapple mark 7

Connected my device (Android & Laptop) with it's AP

Open web portal at http://172.16.42.1:1471

I have 2 options to proceed: 1:"Quickly Press" & 2: "Hold for 4 seconds"

I'm holding reset button for 4 seconds but nothing happened.

Thought this may be my phone problem so I opened this portal on my laptop (windows 10 running)

I tried proceeding with multiple browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Edge one-by-one but nothing happened.

I opened portal on all device, all browsers at same time but still nothing happened

It is not redirecting me to firmware installation page.

=============================================================================

I thought this might be Pineapple's reset button problem

So I pressed it quickly and it's Wifi AP lost, which means reset button is also working

=============================================================================

So where I'm getting stuck, help me!

I ran the wireless setup on a unit myself earlier today, everything worked fine.

Make sure you're actually pressing the button hard/deep enough.

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@Foxtrot yes, I tried all possible ways and correctly pressed the button but it is not working... So I'll go through another method i.e. through ethernet cable... I'm currently busy these days but soon buy usb to ethernet cable and test through that... hope that would work

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