I was pointing you to the TP-Link 722. The 725 you mentioned is a nano. If you don't need nano, the 722 with its big antenna for $20 is much value for little money. That is why the Kali folks like it.
BTW, if you want an approach with absolutely no problems, buy a repeater like the TP-Link TL-WA850RE, configure it as client, and connect it via ethernet. Very big, but wirks.
@rudolf thanks, for the hackers out there these might be a great buy but I just need something to download my steam games quickly and professional pentesting equipment isn’t what I’m looking for, sorry
I had one adapter where the Raspberry already had the 'correct' chipset driver, but the adapter didn't work. So I plugged it into Windows, snatched their firware blob file, and copied it over the one the Raspberry used. Then everything worked. If was basically the same chipset, but a different revision with a slightly different firmware.
Is a great example of hard evidence linking to a lint in the Linux kernel
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