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By andurilmike, Junior Member on 20th December 2019, 05:19 PM
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Hello,

I have the 1.10 model of the TL-WN722N plugged in with a standard OTG adapter and it doesn't work.!
I installed Nethunter via the TWRP method by installing the image file in recovery mode, after unlocking the OEM via windows with adb.
I have version 6.0.1 of Android on Nexus 5 and I connect the key with a standard OTG adapter.
Currently I have done a lot of research and I can't figure out how to fix the problem.
I also try to install applications that manage and enable the OTG.
Here are screenshots of the commands I tried and with the version of my Android.

sorry i can't put an external link

The biggest problem is that the modules do not install, I have already tested some kernel and none install the modules so we get the problem cited above.

sorry i can't put an external link

I have spent whole days looking for a solution, looking at forum pages and I don't understand.
I managed to understand that there is a bone for the phone + the kernel and the full kali pack (tell me if I'm wrong).
But I don't know why the modules don't want to install.
The phone works very well in OTG.
I tested with several OTG cables and it works perfectly with a USB key.
I'm on Nexus 5 with original android 6.0.1 in marshmallow and I'm trying to connect a TL-WN722N 1.10 to the phone.
In short I hope you can help me because I am surpassing, I am completely neophyte but that fascinates me.
Sorry for the translation, I'm French.

Here is the name to my gitlab issue:

"Problem with my TL-WN722N V 1.10 on Nexus 5 6.0.1 plugged with OTG"

I tested the kernel that I was offered and it doesn't work.
Especially since I can't understand in what order I should install each file and if I should "reboot" between each "install".
Thank you for taking the time to read this block and I hope you can help me.
If any info is missing, tell me.

Thank you

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20th December 2019, 11:52 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by andurilmike

Hello,

I have the 1.10 model of the TL-WN722N plugged in with a standard OTG adapter and it doesn't work.!
I installed Nethunter via the TWRP method by installing the image file in recovery mode, after unlocking the OEM via windows with adb.
I have version 6.0.1 of Android on Nexus 5 and I connect the key with a standard OTG adapter.
Currently I have done a lot of research and I can't figure out how to fix the problem.
I also try to install applications that manage and enable the OTG.
Here are screenshots of the commands I tried and with the version of my Android.

sorry i can't put an external link

The biggest problem is that the modules do not install, I have already tested some kernel and none install the modules so we get the problem cited above.

sorry i can't put an external link

I have spent whole days looking for a solution, looking at forum pages and I don't understand.
I managed to understand that there is a bone for the phone + the kernel and the full kali pack (tell me if I'm wrong).
But I don't know why the modules don't want to install.
The phone works very well in OTG.
I tested with several OTG cables and it works perfectly with a USB key.
I'm on Nexus 5 with original android 6.0.1 in marshmallow and I'm trying to connect a TL-WN722N 1.10 to the phone.
In short I hope you can help me because I am surpassing, I am completely neophyte but that fascinates me.
Sorry for the translation, I'm French.

Here is the name to my gitlab issue:

"Problem with my TL-WN722N V 1.10 on Nexus 5 6.0.1 plugged with OTG"

I tested the kernel that I was offered and it doesn't work.
Especially since I can't understand in what order I should install each file and if I should "reboot" between each "install".
Thank you for taking the time to read this block and I hope you can help me.
If any info is missing, tell me.

Thank you

A +

andurilmike

You didn't mean the whole time the 6.1 factory image, or did you?

It was to 90 % over the thread of Lineage the talk.

Anyhow, anything which you got linked by the fellow user and me, were apart from the official image from Offensive's site, solely for Lineage meant.

Before I forget, here the newly build chroot, with all the new apps, wallpaper, boot animation from the nightlys:

https://mega.nz/#!9MZ3nAKJ!oQFguK9vl...EzNWTz5roBN-Hk

What do you not understand about the flash procedure in particular?

PS

As re4son wrote does the hammerhead kernel not install any modules.
I don't know what you flashed before though.

What did happen with Lineage+Opengapps+root+installer+kernel(or together, as my previous upload..?

I haven't the best experiences with Lineage, but it depends.

May I ask if you had time to take a look from the rom I linked you at the beginning?

It's the most reliable, although a bit outdated rom named NetHunter OS.

https://gist.github.com/binkybear/8f...2f47c3c3edd08e

Post your questions as detailed as possible..so let's wrap it up.
21st December 2019, 12:48 AM |#3  
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A miracle happened there and installing nethunteros-nethunter-hammerhead-cm-14.1-hammerhead and then kalifs-armhf-full.tar.xz for the chroot and it works well.

The only problem is that when I try to install packages:

E: unable to locate kali-linux nethunter package
E: unable to locate kali-linux package
E: unable to locate kali linux-all package

But other than that, everything works.

Victory.

Thank you all for your patience and your advice.
23rd December 2019, 03:39 AM |#4  
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469/5000
A miracle happened there and installing nethunteros-nethunter-hammerhead-cm-14.1-hammerhead and then kalifs-armhf-full.tar.xz for the chroot and it works well.

The only problem is that when I try to install packages:

E: unable to locate kali-linux nethunter package
E: unable to locate kali-linux package
E: unable to locate kali linux-all package

But other than that, everything works.

Victory.

Thank you all for your patience and your advice.

No need to thank me.. I am glad, that you were able to get it to work finally, after that number of failed attempts..

I went with the NetHunterOS rom version, which I linked you in gitlab

https://build.nethunter.com/nethunte...ethunteros.zip

SuperSU has already been integrated in this variation as well.

After you flash the obligatory OpenGapps version for the same Android version and architecture 7.1 [arm], you are basically good to go.

I prefer the package size 'pico' - but this goes after your personal liking.

In my experiences is it better to use the "older" kalifs filesizes and not the newer ones with ~ 1,3 GB -- it seems to break somehow the rom/kernel if you use the newer ones

https://build.nethunter.com/kalifs/k...hf-full.tar.xz

I don't know if you can use the internal wifi chipset, as well as a external adapter for wireless pentesting with the version wich you choose, but this is possible with the one I linked yesterday and again above.

A problem is that
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(sudo) apt-get (dist-)upgrade

and seemingly further package upgrades are breaking the rom.

Although theoretically should you be able to install stuff.

Did you try it over the terminal, or just the NetHunter.apk?

Best regards l
23rd December 2019, 02:18 PM |#5  
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Thank you.

I use an external wifi antenna, the TL-WN722N v 1.10 in USB OTG.

I tried to install metapackages via nethunter.apk

Nethunter cannot detect a HID interface.

Duckhunter HID does not work.

Thank you

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31st December 2019, 08:44 PM |#6  
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Thank you.

I use an external wifi antenna, the TL-WN722N v 1.10 in USB OTG.

I tried to install metapackages via nethunter.apk

Nethunter cannot detect a HID interface.

Duckhunter HID does not work.

Thank you

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Yeah, I just meant with the mentioned rom/setup, are you able to use the internal Wifi chipset (Broadcom4339) in monitor mode and could forgo the external adapter.

HID should work as well.
5th January 2020, 11:30 PM |#7  
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No, I cannot use the internal wifi card in monitor mode or the HID device.

I don't understand why?

Thank you
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