[KERNEL] [4.2.2 CM10.1][m4xx3d0ut][kexec,ath9k,rtl8187,USBhost][5/2/13]
so i thought this kernel may be helpful to others so i decided to post it. its a recompiled version of the cm10.1 kernel with Tasssadar's kexec patch applied (thanks Tasssadar!), added support for ath9k, and added support for rtl8187.
this will allow you to use TWRP multirom and boot android or pwnie express's pwn pad backup in which ever order you prefer.
also you may allow them to share the kernel and use (for example) an Alfa AWUS036H or a TP-link TL-WN722N usb wifi adapter with both.
it will allow multiple radios to be used at the same time via a usb hub (pictured) and packet injection works as well.
this is the part that i say "attempting to crack the key to a wireless network on which you are not authorized to is ILLEGAL and i do not condone such actions"
i am a security researcher and only conduct tests on my own networks or ones i am authorized to do so on, i recommend you do the same.
also, if anyone has an ubertoothone or some an industrial bluetooth adapter let me know if they work. if they do not i will recompile and we can retest, i intend on purchasing one as soon as i have the extra funding.
please let me know how it works and ill keep this thread updated with any optimizations i make in the future. enjoy!
edit: NEW UPDATE!!! kernel now implements host mode charging (charges with usb devices connected, power injection cable required) thanks Timur!!!
also i have designed a new power injection cable with a toggle switch for host mode charging.
it allows for a hub, external nic's, or whatever you want to be powered 1 of 3 ways.
1.) with an external power source (in this case the usb battery pack) sending power only to the external devices, therefore not adversely affecting the battery life of the nexus 7.
2.) switch flipped to the other position, nexus 7 will power attached devices and work as a normal usb cable plugged into otg.
3.) both nexus 7 and external devices will be powered by external source
first pic is n7 with 2 wireless nic's, a 4 port hub, and a usb battery pack
second pic is the switchable host power injection cable
third pic is screenshot of second wireless device up and charging icon on
fourth pic is basic schematic for power injection cable (note mine has extra female usb for 1 device at a time)
then last few are some picks from airmon-ng and aireplay-ng in a kali chroot