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Take a look at this.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPtxHw3DWrg
Have a look at this.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPtxHw3DWrg
If you are using the LCD listed, It works on 9.0v as well I have one and have been using it on 9.0v without any troubles. If it dose not get a video signal it will not turn on at all.
Yep you do get them. I post projects on YouTube and get the same, Send me the code I need it now for a school project. where did you get the parts from that you made ?. I do persevere with them sending everything they normally ask for. I got at a bloke who uploaded a ible last week, asking him to put the original coder back in his arduino.ini code download link he had made, he never got back to me about it but days later I checked the code link and the original coder was back in the .ini file.
Nice to see you you put Geobruce in the downloadable .ini link.
Where did you get the code from, Nice of you remove the Original Coder Geobruce from the ini.
Only 10 out of 10, I think I'm going to have a play with this.
Have a look at this one by BC. You could use this idea in your projecthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dq6DmOSs39k
If you like to learn and play with electronics look up this guy on YT: Bigclivedotcom .Have some great projects that would make good Ible's
All of you asking for the CODE, try reading the Ible and use some common sense.https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_d2pPrExdfYd3hx...Link for the Idle.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30rPt802n1k will also help your if your having trouble getting it to work for you.
Bernieamier. I see you have NOT done a Ible yet, you could show us all how it's done correctly. Using your own words and expertise, explain how to build a bicycle,what the parts are, describing the parts so anyone could understand how to build the parts and assemble it (using words only, no pictures).This is your challenge if you wish to accept it, you have 7 days and don't get anything round way wrong.
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