No auto connect on wifi

I’ve a mecool m8s pro+ with a odroid wifi usb module and whenever I start the device wifi says connection failure im coreelec settings, I’ve to manually connect to wifi.
Anything weird in the logs? -

Also the wifi module says 300mbps
Im getting 37mbit/s down and 18mbit/s up.
Is the USB 2.0 connector that bad in this device?
I’ve 1000/1000 fiber


Maybe this post can help you

Not sure how that would help the auto connect?
The wifi module do work. It’s just that I need to manually connect under Coreelec - configuration - select my wifi - connect.

The speed sure but I did use a usb Ethernet adapter before and it gave me good speeds

As I suggest in the post, disconnect the internal WiFi module, then you will see that everything works fine.

Oh right, this is the output of lsmod:

Not sure what to disable…

CoreELECm8:~/.config # lsmod
Module Size Used by
sha1_generic 2492 0
ctr 4717 2
ccm 9908 2
rt2800usb 22192 0
rt2x00usb 10628 1 rt2800usb
rt2800lib 77082 1 rt2800usb
rt2x00lib 44547 3 rt2x00usb,rt2800lib,rt2800usb
mac80211 430095 3 rt2x00lib,rt2x00usb,rt2800lib
crc_ccitt 1334 1 rt2800lib
cfg80211 417431 2 mac80211,rt2x00lib
ir_nec_decoder 3615 0
ir_lirc_codec 5340 0
ir_sony_decoder 2649 0
ir_rc6_decoder 3823 0
ir_mce_kbd_decoder 5212 0
ir_rc5_decoder 2735 0
ir_jvc_decoder 2799 0
ir_sanyo_decoder 3115 0
lirc_dev 11896 1 ir_lirc_codec
meson_ir 4389 0
mali 224255 5
rc_core 19532 11 lirc_dev,meson_ir,ir_lirc_codec,ir_rc5_decoder,ir_nec_decoder,ir_sony_decoder,ir_mce_kbd_decoder,ir_jvc_decoder,ir_rc6_decoder,ir_sanyo_decoder
wifi_dummy 894 0
amlvideodri 13210 0
videobuf_res 5690 1 amlvideodri
videobuf_core 18248 2 amlvideodri,videobuf_res
videodev 144588 1 amlvideodri
dwc_otg 261556 0
fbcon 40863 0
bitblit 4820 1 fbcon
softcursor 1344 1 bitblit
font 7399 1 fbcon

And this is what exists in modprobe.d

CoreELECm8:~/.config/modprobe.d # ls

I am not surprised that you have problems, before answering with any nonsense disconnect the WiFi USB module, restart the device and re-write lsmod in SSH to be able to recognize the drivers used by each of the WiFis.

lol why is that?

removed the USB wifi and restarted the device, now I’m not able to connect to wifi at all.

Your two WiFis use drivers from the same manufacturer and use similar and even shared drivers. I cannot know which drivers are from one chipset and which are from another. It is even possible that your problem has no solution and you have to change to another USB WiFi module from another manufacturer.

The only suggestion I can make is that you try to use ethernet if you cannot use the internal WiFi to enter the device with SSH to write lsmod.

Alright to bad, found this aswell: 8.95.0 9082xs No Wifi

Guess the simple way is just to use ethernet instead,

Appreciate you took time to look into my issue.