Greetings, folks . /
I am currently trying to combine binkybear's build for the 6p, "Nethunter OS"(*) , which is exclusively developed for the use of Nexmon, in a few words the usage of the built-in WI-FI chipset as m0n..
The same goes for the recently released version "2019.2", which has been released @ kali.org is in my opinion too 50 % useless and quite irritating as well as dismissive.It implies the same kernel that I have a compiled couple of weeks ago.. So, no external options.
Just look the Pie build for the Nexus 6 up..
If you want to check gitlab and the available kernel then you can make your own opinion of those "releases"..
I don't get it, seriously.
Anyway, the current stand for our precious treasure is that you don't need a external adapter for Oreo.
I was suprised to see this kind of reception, altough Nexus 6p is beside Nexus 5 and Raspberry, the best supported device as Nexmon's little chart says.(*)
I, for my part am not that interested in a Nexmon support.Not that I wouldn't dismiss it, but there is no version that has both options - internal monitor mode and the usability of a external device.At least for Oreo.
As I mentioned a long paradoxically time ago, I had the idea to give Nethunter OS a shot.
The first barrier is the missing maintenance and development, of this awesomeness, even the fact that I am still very pi**ed by the so-called, working Oreo kernel.So I pseudo-philosophical wandered aimlessly trough dozen and dozen of github/gitlab commits, merge requests and so everything that I could find about our device.
That I fall back to this project is proof of my desperation to finally install a working version of Kali Nethunter, without Nougat's stock.
That the Oreo build(s) are not working is been proven by now.
I have absolutely no clue how the dev got it to work.
But there is no Pie kernel for the Shamu on the other hand, therefore absolutely nonsense..
As I proclaimed a couple of pages ago, Nethunter OS.
I did my best to get it up to date, which implied the correct choice of the chroot, because the arm64 chroot seems to wreck the Nexmon functionality in general, obsolet pgp keys, of course the vendor which I had to find according to the release..
It's seni-fun, if I am being honest.
At the moment I am still in the process of getting it to work.
But I'm on the right path and am able to use nexutil and every single one of the dozens wlan adapter..
Reason is that I don't want to use Stock Nougat, neither Pure Nexus, SuperExe or what stock related builds whatsoever.
If anyone is interested in my progress, is welcome to send a post here.
I had practically non-existent feedback, therefore I decided to post results or current status reports only on occasion if I feel like it.
Hello, I am interested in your work I wanted to know if you have any progress.
for my part I could not get it injected using the latest compilation of nexmon, in different rom without luck