Yes, it is possible. Basically, it is done by changing the AP image from ap3g2-k9w8... to ap3g2-k9w7...
You can refer to the document below for details on how it is done.
I have to mention that you will need a CCO account and service contract associated to that account in order to have the right to download the image.
Thanks for your reply.
I found a lot of those guides last night, but when i try and enter
debug lwapp console cli or debug capwap console cli
I don't have the option, all i've got is.
AP#debug capwap ?
am KAM-AP debug
client CAPWAP Client Debug Options
flexconnect CAPWAP FlexConnect Debug Options
ids WIDS debug
mcast CAPWAP MCAST Debug Options
mfp CAPWAP MFP Debug Options
rm CAPWAP RM Debug Options
AP#debug lwapp ?
client LWAPP Client Debug Options
iapp-data-echo LWAPP IAPP data plane echo
I managed to find another way of doing it. Details are below
Delete -recursive flash:/<path to directory>
tar -xtract tftp://10.0.0.5/ap3g2-k9w7.tar.153-3.JAB.tar flash:
set BOOT flash:/ap3g2-k9w7-mx.153-3.JAB/ap3g2-k9w7-xx.153-3.JAB
Then my AP booted and I was able to configure it in standalone mode.
Thanks for your help Sebastian. Would still be good to know why I didn't have the debug lwapp console cli or debug capwap console cli commands.....
I'm glad that you have figured it out.
The debug capwap console cli command is hidden and does not show up in IOS help. You just have to write it as it is, hit enter and it will work.