Quite the issues with wifite/airmon-ng, in particular the power supply, which is with the official nethunter kernel
for 8.1 stock no problem, therefore sth. is interfering.
I wrote a entire bug report to you, the same night and Xda ra*ed in theory at least. :/
Airodump-ng is working curiously and I promise you, that I will camp in the issue section in Nethunter's gitlab section, which is is nevertheless my home since tjey butchered the Oreo kernel for the Angler.
Lineage is not compatible with the Privacy guard sh*t and Nethunter, btw.
Omnirom, as always, smooth as silk.
I suspect that there is sth. wrong with the power supply.
I charged extra the device, twice and used dozens of my Wlan adapter, firstly the ones with lowest power consumption.
Maybe you send me instructions how I could send you proper bug reports, because this is your turf, I am pure Debian/csec.
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That's unfortunate, you are on.
Man, I have to inspect a network for vulnerabilities.
How should we remain, milouk?
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Oh, and I don't know if you noticed that, but the System says Sphinx 3.5..
That made me flash the same kernel, or the non-oc build twice and the other once...pretty funny, just make the according corrections to avoid confusions..
Hoeh, what is there not you understand?
You are the only one how does not seem to understand me. ;/
And I write with Irish, English and Americans constantly, without any misunderstandings.
I wrote precisely answers to what you are asking in the PM.
Phone=charged twice, because I had the assumption, as well.
Adapter=not even the TP-LINK seems to get enough power.
Monitor mode is dropping constantly.
This could be interpreted as harsh, but is only frustration from my side.
Thanks for the help, sir!
Sorry for the follow up but before proceeding, I feel the urge to ask a couple of more things:
1) As I mentioned, I have the ver 3.1 non OC. Is it safe to load these presets? I'm afraid they could refer to some tweaks modified with the next version. But I assume that it's safe.
2) I use EX kernel manager: what are these files? Are they script or are they user setting?
Pardon for my noobyness but could you please tell me what to do with these files? Or just tell me what procedure to search? Thanks in advance!
3) is https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=68330029&postcount=4418 this the procedure I have to perform?
Nexus 5x, PixelExperience June patch, flashed over the latest stock Google image (December), rooted latest Magisk. I modified Kernel settings with exkm: both clusters Max 1632 MHz, min 302, touchboost disabled
It doesn't matter which Pie ROM you install, you have to have it over stock the first time you flash it. In my case, I flashed latest stock December through fastboot 4 months ago, wiped cache, dalvik and data, and flashed the ROM over. After that I just dirty flashed April, May and June versions of the ROMSorry, for further OT, but did you have to install the latest stock first and after flashing the rom over the image?
Is this correct?
I couldn't even find the according thread with those instructions.
But if it's not an Overlay, rather a fully Pie rom then it's not for me anyway.
I stay away from those, even if the 5x is a tool for work, it's a important piece of hardware history, in my very humble opinion.
It doesn't matter which Pie ROM you install, you have to have it over stock the first time you flash it. In my case, I flashed latest stock December through fastboot 4 months ago, wiped cache, dalvik and data, and flashed the ROM over. After that I just dirty flashed April, May and June versions of the ROM
I was referring to PixelExperience ROM, as mentioned