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  • Aristarco commented on MichaelM2015's instructable Pumpkin Pie from Scratch2 weeks ago
    Pumpkin Pie from Scratch

    I thought this was from scratch but has the same ingredient that renders all pumpkin pie recipes on the webz useless for me: pumpkin pie spice. We don't have that here in Mx. Now, if you have an instructable showing how to make "Pumpkin Pie Spice", that'd be great!

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  • Aristarco commented on seamster's instructable Build a wooden fence and gate4 months ago
    Build a wooden fence and gate

    Exactly what I was looking for. Exactly!! One thing though. How deep did you dig the post holes? I've read a couple times but can't find the depth.

    Thank you!

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  • Aristarco commented on balsuryana's instructable From Old Motors Into Signal Booster4 months ago
    From Old Motors Into Signal Booster

    In most phones EXCEPT the iPhone, there is a "small coax-like" antenna connector available, it's called a U.FL connector. They have this connector since the flip-phone era but even when it's at the back, not every phone has easy access to it without removing the back cover. They were used for testing but you could find "external antenna adapters" online. The iPhone has this connector but it's not accessible and it is already connected to the frame antenna. In this picture of an iPhone 5s motherboard: https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/kPd1SGHT... you can see 3 of these connectors, one at the upper left and other at the left of the SK Hynix processor, another to the left of the processor marked with an orange frame. On the other side:https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.clou...see more »In most phones EXCEPT the iPhone, there is a "small coax-like" antenna connector available, it's called a U.FL connector. They have this connector since the flip-phone era but even when it's at the back, not every phone has easy access to it without removing the back cover. They were used for testing but you could find "external antenna adapters" online. The iPhone has this connector but it's not accessible and it is already connected to the frame antenna. In this picture of an iPhone 5s motherboard: https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/kPd1SGHT... you can see 3 of these connectors, one at the upper left and other at the left of the SK Hynix processor, another to the left of the processor marked with an orange frame. On the other side:https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/UXZEPCS1...there's one at the lower right of the processor marked with a yellow frame. Some of them are for Wi-Fi, some for Bluetooth and the rest for the Cellular signal.

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