That's weird, Did you try to boot into recovery or fastboot mode?
It's funny that I came with the same damn card. But on my OnePlus3, the "lsusb" shows nothing. I've compiled the module on my linux laptop but don't know whether compiling it for Android would help, given I don't see it with lsusb.d
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 2357:010c TP-Link TL-WN722N v2/v3 [Realtek RTL8188EUS]
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
lsusb detect the device but i can't make it works.
What i have to do to make it works? Install the drivers? Update the kernel? Buy another external wifi card?
Maybe someone here have a external card working!
I just tested my oneplus 3T with kali net hunter. I have installed it in twrp after magisk on top of Oxygen OS 9.0.6 (last stable version).I had an unused OnePlus 3 laying around and I deceided to give Kali Nethunter a go. Eventually I managed to get to startup without issues only to find out I could not use all features.
First there is the wifi due to a 'crap' qualcomm chip (but this is just a hardware limitation and mentioned previously.
However I can't use DuckHunter HID (HID interfaces are not enabled or something is wrong with the permissions of /dev/hidg* ). It turns out that rights are set to 600 instead of 666, but I wonder whether I need to change this manually.
Also I cannot use the stuff in the USB Arsenal. I get an error "Your kernel does not support USB ConfigFS!". It doesn't provide much more info.
Anyway, considering these errors I would like to verify whether this functionality is ought to work on the OnePlus 3 and if it does I would like to verify whether my installation was okay.
In short I installed TWRP to be able to install the latest "OnePlus 3 Any Pie" from https://www.offensive-security.com/kali-linux-nethunter-download/ and I installed Magisk to provide sudo/su rights. I tried supersu before but did not work and nethunter would complain it could not start properly.
Anyway, any help is appreciated.
Thanks, I'll give this a try. Perhaps this could be added to init.rc to applied upon (re)boot.I just tested my oneplus 3T with kali net hunter. I have installed it in twrp after magisk on top of Oxygen OS 9.0.6 (last stable version).
I managed to make DuckHunter HID attack work: with root explorer set permissions of these 2 files: /dev/hidg0 and /dev/hidg1 to 0666 and change owner of these files to root.
also: usb is set to charge only and adb debugging is enables.
Unfortunately this hack does not survive phone reboot, but still.
Hope it will help someone
That's pretty cool, but I guess for me if I need it, I usually grab a laptop for it. IMO, this is not for most people. Seriously, if you have more tools to do a bunch of pen-test stuff on your phone, the very same phone that you use for other daily routine stuff, it also means those daily routine daily apps could have access to your pen-test tools also. It's like having a bunch of lock picking tools available in your garage when a thief trying break in to your house.