datacata Posted June 25, 2022 Share Posted June 25, 2022 So I'm having an issue getting Key Croc to connect to wifi. I’ve gone through this same config.txt connection procedure with the Screen Crab and didn't have any issues, but I’m hoping that there’s still something I can change to get finally get the Key Croc connected. I’ve tried with multiple APs, I’ve simplified the SSIDs and passwords to not need to break the spaces and special characters with \ , I’ve tried connecting to APs with no password (with and without adding key_mgmt=NONE to the wpa_supplicant file), I’ve connected to the device via serial connection and checked the wpa_supplicant.conf to verify that everything is kosher on that side, I’ve edited clean versions of the config.txt in Notepad++ on windows and with nano on my linux machines just to make sure there wasn’t any weird new-line stuff going on, I’ve updated the firmware (though interestingly enough the firmware that the device originally arrived with was reportedly 1.3.513 as opposed to the supposedly most recent 1.3.510), I’ve tried factory resetting the device (which brings it back to 1.3.510), I’ve let the device rebuild the config.txt file multiple times, I kinda’ don’t know what else to try at this point. Do you guys have any ideas as to what to try next? The device does light up with that blue-ish cyan light when the config.txt file has wifi settings enabled so it seems to be trying to connect, it just never succeeds in getting a connection. It does collect keyboard input without issue though, so that's pretty cool. But yeah, any additional wifi connection tips would be appreciated at this point. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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