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README.md

AR-150 WiFi Pineapple NANO

Converting your AR-150 to a WiFi Pineapple NANO should be an easy process. However, the web & git is full of broken bin images and botched firmware builders... resulting in a broken or partially-working firmware. The latest working build available elsewhere is 2.4.2. Here, we start with version 2.5.4.

Summary for 2.5.x:

  1. Rootfs 2.6M
  2. PineAP(d) working.
  3. Drivers for: kmod-rt2800, kmod-rtl8187 and kmod-rtl8192cu (TL-WN7200ND, AWUS036H, based on RT5370, etc)
  4. Kernel 3.18.84

Summary for 2.6.x:

  1. Rootfs 1.6M
  2. PineAP(d) working.
  3. Drivers for: kmod-rt2800, kmod-rtl8187 and kmod-rtl8192cu (TL-WN7200ND, AWUS036H, based on RT5370, etc)
  4. Kernel 4.14.134

Recomended setup

  1. USB 2.0 2 ports hub https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/USB-2-0-2-Dual-Port-Hub-For-Laptop-Macbook-Notebook-PC-Mouse-Flash-Disk/273070654192
  2. Generic RT5370 adapter
  3. Please support Hak5 work and buy the original hardware
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