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Restore network settings to default
I think I somehow broke my network settings. Could be related to the installation of an incorrect AvNav package (as Wellenvogel pointed out here), or to the several things I tried to fix it it.

Point is: I've been using the "On board" configuration all winter winth the Rpi at home, connected with ethernet cable, and there was an "openplotter" WLAN working perfectly fine.

I can connect devices to the openplotter wlan and raspberry has internet access through the ethernet (connected to home router).

However today I switched Network's app configuration to "Station and AP", and even though I have a WLAN configured as "openplotter", from other devices I can only see "avnav1" network, which leads me to think that I really fucked something up with the avnav installation.  Big Grin

So, is there any way to restore all network settings and start over?

Did you already remove the avnav-raspi package and rebooted afterwards?

This should remove the avnav networking stuff.
OMG I feel so dumb right now  Confused

I thought installing the right package would fix whatever avnav-raspi did... but indeed, just removed avnav-raspi, rebooted, and everything works as expected, cinluding iPhone wifi sharing.


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