1. this post does not fit here this is the "how to section"
2nd. I find it suspicious that you don’t mention that you can’t see your own AP but you want to captures packets from other APs that you saw from scanning with your phone that probably aren’t yours
sorry to mention, i can see mine and others before i type in the code. after i type in the code i see nothing in bt3 and i see my ap and others on the phone, cannot understand why????
i thought i could use this straight out of the box
so you can see your AP when you scan using the wireless manager but airodump-ng wont pick up anything? hmm im not sure, try unpluging your card plug it back in and then just use airmon-ng start (your interface) and then airodump-ng (your interface) there is really no need to change your mac.
ok, got it too work, i didnt bother with changing mac address, i just typed:
ifconfig rausb0 up
airmon-ng start rausb0
then airodump-ng rausb0
then i found the next problem:
aireplay -1 0 -a bssid -h 00:11:22:33:44 etc rausbo
it comes up with
perhaps mac address filtering enabled
check bssid -a option is correct
try to change the number of packets
driver/card doesnt support injection
Unless you typed your commands wrong in your post, you appear to be blindly copy'ing and pasting commands without any clear idea what the hell any of them mean.
It is not "-a bssid" but "-a <your AP bssid>"
It is not "-h 00:11:22:33:44". For one thing, that MAC address is not long enough. Secondly, it is suppose to be the SOURCE MAC address from where the packets are suppose to originate from.
It is not "rausbo" but "rausb0"
Have you even tested your card to make sure it can inject properly?
No wonder it doesn't work. Here is an idea...go READ about aireplay-ng, what the commands are, how they work, and what they do, and when to use them.