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Thread: SOLUTION: Guide to get Raspberry Pi 3 internal Bluetooth working with Kali Linux

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    Lightbulb SOLUTION: Guide to get Raspberry Pi 3 internal Bluetooth working with Kali Linux

    Hi all,

    I finally got around to play with the on-board Bluetooth of the Raspberry Pi 3 and found a way to get it to work with Kali:

    EDIT 20/03/2017: I've created a new kernel package that does the entire setup automatically. No need for the steps I've posted before.

    Head over to the Re4son-Kernel site for instruction --> https://www.whitedome.com.au/re4son/re4son-kernel.




    Happy hacking,
    Re4son
    Last edited by re4son; 2017-03-20 at 11:12 AM. Reason: Include steps
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    wazzup buddy do you have a tutorial?...

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    Last edited by re4son; 2016-11-27 at 10:44 PM. Reason: Link to post #1
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    Check out "Sticky Fingers Kali-Pi":
    https://whitedome.com.au/kali-pi

    Now with mana-toolkit and more goodies!

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    Update:

    I've created a new kernel package that does the entire setup automatically. No need for the steps below.

    Head over to the Re4son-Kernel site for instruction --> https://www.whitedome.com.au/re4son/re4son-kernel.

    Happy hacking,
    Re4son
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    Check out "Sticky Fingers Kali-Pi":
    https://whitedome.com.au/kali-pi

    Now with mana-toolkit and more goodies!

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    Curious if you've included the g_ether kernel module?
    Comes in very handy as you can just plug the USB cable into to a laptop, power and console in without having to set anything up.


    For example:
    https://gist.github.com/gbaman/50b6cca61dd1c3f88f41

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    Hi aramova,

    It's included. I've taken over all "USB Gadget Support" settings from upstream.
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    hey, i followed your tutorial, but I have a problem.

    I am using the pi 3.

    i followed all your steps, had a problem with running "sudo systemctl enable hciuart" it just says "no such file or directory"

    but then i did the following commands:

    "agent on"
    agent registered"
    default-agent"
    default agent request successful"
    scan on"
    no default controller available"

    Not sure what I have done wrong, but it won't scan.

    Any ideas?

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