rippledj Posted July 13, 2022 Share Posted July 13, 2022 Hey, I bought the Rubber Ducky about a year ago but just got around to using it now. I have the "red-light" problem where the device always shows a red light no matter what I do. I have tried all the suggestions from the support documentation (included below). The support docs say that red-light means the firmware is working. I have tried both FAT16 and FAT32 formatted SD cards, with the known-good inject.bin in the root directory, on multiple systems. I have re-flashed the firmware using the python tools.... What are my chances of getting this to work? Is it pooched? Since I paid like $69, it is worth trying I guess. =======SUPPORT====== Red LED issue The red LED shown on your device is a function of the stock firmware and indicates the following: Firmware is running properly inject.bin cannot be read Common issues causing inject.bin read errors include: File encoded improperly Use only the Hak5 JS Encoder Invalid DuckyScript encoded Test known good inject.bin file File named incorrectly Ensure file is exactly "inject.bin" File not on root of card Move file from any sub-directories Incorrect MicroSD card format Format card only as MS-DOS FAT16 Card partitioned incorrectly Ensure only a single partition exists Card over 2 GB (SDHC or SDXC) Use only MicroSD cards 2 GB or less Card not seated properly Reinstall card carefully with forceps Card damaged Test new card meeting above requirements Host not recognizing device Test against different computer Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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