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The problem seems to be the mmc/sdio driver at drivers/mmc/core/core.c I also have these errors regarding i2c, which I don't know if are related: Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.755939] rk30_i2c rk30_i2c.0: i2c-0: RK30 I2C adapter Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.761464] rk30_i2c rk30_i2c.1: i2c-1: RK30 I2C adapter Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.766892] rk30_i2c rk30_i2c.2: i2c-2: RK30 I2C adapter Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.772332] rk30_i2c rk30_i2c.3: i2c-3: RK30 I2C adapter Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.777746] rk30_i2c rk30_i2c.4: i2c-4: RK30 I2C adapter Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.783182] rk30-adc rk30-adc: rk30 adc: driver initialized Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.789028] timed_gpio_probe Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.792020] Advanced Linux Sound Architecture Driver Version 1.0.24.Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.799049] cfg80211: Calling CRDA to update world regulatory domain Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.806213] rk fb probe ok!Well, actually my guides fixes it forever, as you can see from the comments section.But nevertheless, to be able to setup IP address from Command line in Linux is a must learn stuff for anyone as you might be using a non-GUI Linux or your GDM3/GNOME/KDE/KDM broke.Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 772.289531] mmc1: req failed (CMD5): -12, retrying...Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 772.290005] mmc1: req failed (CMD5): -12, retrying...Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.877423] tps65910 1-002d: tps65910_set_bits:read from reg 3f failed Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.884223] i2c i2c-1: No ack, Maybe slave(addr: 0x2d) not exist or abnormal power-on, retry 2...Jan 1 picuntu kernel: [ 0.893367] i2c i2c-1: No ack, Maybe slave(addr: 0x2d) not exist or abnormal power-on, retry 1...

Now you should be able to connect to network and browse Internet. This is an annoying problem that STOPs you from browsing Internet and no Internet means no solution …The second version (product name TL-WN821N-v3.1, USB ID 0cf15) uses the Atheros HTC chipset and is fully supported by Linux since Ubuntu 11.04 (kernel version 2.6.39).This version uses the kernel module The firmware for the AR9170 chipset can be found at: In this guide I will quickly point you to an alternate solution where you can setup you IP addess from Command Line on Kali Linux.The reason you should read this other guide is because if you only have one Laptop or Desktop which allows you to browse Internet and you’re stuck with this annoying “Device not managed” error, at least you will be able to setup an IP address manually and be able to browse Internet and search for instructions that will permanently fix this “Device not managed” error.