Asked by udayapatil 7 years ago
I was looking for a 3G Router and I was thinking about the ADSL router I have at home and if I can use the same one with the 3G Huawei card that I have. I don't have a landlines because the telecoms company has no infrastructure where I live. So would it be possible to have some kind of adaptor that connects to the port where the phone line goes in but on the other end have a USB port that you can plug in the 3G card? There would need to be some kind of electronics/software in between I suppose. Any Ideas on how this can be done or if it can be done?
Posted by kokaine 6 years ago
Ok ! I bought an iphone with a broken charger connector , cut to three months later ( today) I have changed the connector and got the phone working. Didnt even think about there being a code on it. So like the complete nob that I am , I attempted the code three times , only to be locked out. now strangely enough I did reconnect to my computer at one point and it gave me the code screen again , not sure if thats cause i still had the phone in parts , and accidently disconnected a ribbon , or if thats what has caused the code screen to totally disaper. Well anyways , all the main advice I can find on google and on youtube about connecting to itunes , and putting it into the restore mode do not work , ie turn off phone , turn back on , but keep the home button down , I have tried numerous variations, numerous times and I cant seem to make it happen ???????? I managed to conntact the guy I got the phone from, and have 2 possible codes , but that dosent look like its going to help now ??? Any advice please,
Asked by captainnoob 5 years ago
I have a lot of e-books that are pdf format . I want to read them on the go on my ipod nano 3g . How can I do that ?
First whats stronger rg-58 or rg-174 when going long length say 5 meters for 3g crc9 3g dongles? (mainly huawei dongle e160e) crc9 to uhf antenna work for 3g dongles? crc9 socket has two soldered tabs on back what is that about, is it when the crc9 is plugged in the middle crc9 male pin crosses these somehow? oh and 1 more question what is the crc9 socket on the huawei pcb called? cant find replacement socket due to no-knowledge
Asked by bubbadamage 7 years ago
Hi all, I've been trying to charge my iPhone 3g with AA batteries. I have the batteries, which are producing 6 volts and about 2700 millamps hooked up to a 5 volt, 1 amp regulator. Then I have the output of the regulator hooked up to a female usb, which charges my friend's phone fine (generic samsung). However, when I hook it up to my iphone charger, it doesn't seem like its charging and the charging screen does not come up. Does anyone know what the problem is? Thanks,
Posted by piratebadger 8 years ago
Wasn't sure where to put this, thought it might be of interest to someone in here :) As a project, I set up my Raspberry Pi as a 3g internet Wireless AP to strip SSL from secure websites and harvest the login details. I wanted to show how easy it would be for someone to set up wireless AP providing free internet, with the equipment hidden - maybe in a backpack - and sit in a public place grabbing login details without anyone suspecting a thing. In the future I would like to do this while running the Pi from a battery bank. Guide to set up Raspberry Pi as a 3g Wireless AP Tutorial on writing BASH script to harvest login details
Posted by BigCowPi 5 years ago
I'm in a family thats just bought a house on an island in Greece for use in the sommer. We would like to be able to connect to the internet from there, but we don't speak their language and don't know where to start looking? Is it possible to get some sort of 3g subscription, which you can pay for as u use it, or would it be better to get a cable let out? Any ideas?
Asked by bjarkethomsen 8 years ago
Apple has released the new iPhone--and there are Instructables to make it better. Check out these iPhone-related Instructables, some of our favorites, that can make your iPhone better prepared for everyday use. Retractable Headphones Headphones are always getting tangled up in knots, but these recoiling headphones will keep the wires conveniently curled up and ready to use.   Business Card Stand Using just a business card, you can make this simple stand on which you can watch movies or just let your iPhone rest. Handgun Handset By talking into the grip, listening through the barrel, and starting and finishing your calls with a pull of the trigger of this modified airsoft gun, your iPhone calls will never be the same again. If you get trigger-happy, though, you might end up with a bunch of dropped calls. Book Safe As long as you don't choose a piece of classic literature, you can safely conceal your iPhone inside of a book with this design. Car Stand You don't want to be talking on your phone while you're driving, but this car stand will keep the iPhone in a convenient position for music and other purposes during car trips. One-Hand Use A simple loop attached to the back of the iPhone can make one-handed iPhone-ing simple and secure. And these are just a few--there are plenty more great iPhone Instructables to use!
Posted by joshf 9 years ago
Also can I use it like an itouch?
Asked by qwerty29 8 years ago
My daughter was charging her 3g iPhone and said that she pushed on a file that i can not remember and her phone locked up..... any help would be appreciated.
Asked by opg1 5 years ago
Acer emachines em 350-21G16 Intel Atom N450 1.66 GHz 1 GB RAM DDR2 160 GB HDD 6-Cell Wi-Fi
Asked by nitinyamdagni 7 years ago
I am toying with the idea of getting an ebook reader, mainly for reading downloaded books such. Apparently the Kindle can show ordinary PDF files quite successfully, and is quite a reasonable price. I have a question, though, that Amazon haven't answered clearly - what web sites can it access? The Kindle has wifi, and there's a version with (free) 3G connectivity for downloading books. But, what websites will it access? Could I visit any website at all (such as Gutenberg Press, or even Instructables), or is it restricted to visiting Amazon's own ebook store? Would it be capable of accessing an email account? I can't get a straight answer (although I suspect the answer is that access is restricted, since access to Wikipedia is presented as a specific feature). According to Amazon's 3G coverage map, There is a decent signal where I live, where I work, and where my parents live. If I can visit whatever sites I like, the extra £40 for 3G would be worth it. If I can only visit "approved" sites, then I would stick to the wifi version and load up books by USB.
Posted by Kiteman 7 years ago
How can I attatch an external antenna to my HSDPA netbook, without soldering wires to the internal antenna?
Just gota new netbook (Advent 4213) that has built in HSDPA (ie, a sim card slot for mobile internet). My problem is that where I work there is a very weak signal - I've looked at a couple of antennas, but there's no socket in the netbook to plug one in! The inbuilt antenna is on the bottom. Can anyone recommend a way to non-permanently attatch something, like velcro, etc, to boost the signal? It's just info on what sort of connection I could use. Thanks in advance!
Asked by Coz_UK 9 years ago
Hey guys i have an iphone that i droped in water then the backlight died. i heard of this coil or known as backlight. i heard u need to buy a new one then take the broken one out and solder a new one. and i was wonderin if u can use a iphone 3g on the 3gs's? if u have any idea please comment or know a better way to fix the phone kk
Asked by HmOnGbOi 6 years ago
It seems like such a simple question, but I can't seem to find a clear answer. I seem to recall reading a while back that the 3G access was tied to the account, not the Kindle, so if you bought a used one the subscription wouldn't transfer. Other places seem to suggest that you have to somehow transfer its registration with Amazon. Amazon doesn't have any answers, they want you to buy a new one. And yes, I know not all Kindles are built for 3G access, let's assume that I'm getting one that is.
Asked by CameronSS 6 years ago
Hi guys - This is my first post. Basically I have a ton of IT gear lying around from disassembled laptops etc but I stumbled across an old 3G dongle from the 3 Wireless Network (UK). I think I can unlock it with https://www.dc-unlocker.com but I wondered what else I migh be able to repurpose it into? Could I stream media to it via a USB enabled TV? Any suggestions for projects welcome. Steve
Posted by ZenPro 4 years ago
Asked by bendog38 7 years ago
I've followed the steps that pretty much every online guide is saying, so please do not refer me to one of those. The QuickPwn screen says, "It appears to be successful," after my attempt at it, and my iPhone does a bit of configuring like normal, then when it gets to the time to reboot, it shuts off, then freezes at the start-up screen. It vibrates every once in a while, and eventually times itself out and tries again. This is about my 5th time trying it over 2 days. It worked once, the second time, but I had not restored it from a back up- it was just set up after you connect it to restore mode then restore it with the computer. That just means it was like brand new, out of the box with nothing on it.
Asked by Padlock 9 years ago
Asked by luannki 7 years ago
What is the cheapest way to get (preferably make) a device that receives 3G mobile and outputs it as standard Wi-Fi? I know that you must be able to buy devices that do this but i would believe that they would be quite expensive. thanks
Asked by 3VIL G3NIUS 8 years ago
I am doing this for my mom who works at a retirement center and she volinterd me for a tech problem. i wasnt sure on how to do this so i am looking for answers every where. i think the best bet would be take it to the geek squad at best buy or some thing? but i like to learn new things everyday so i thought i would check this site for answers. i would like any and all feed back even those who would like to tell me i shouldnt even be touching a key board. thanks again.
Asked by bluesbrand61 7 years ago
I want to make i want to make an app because i saw a few apps tht have 50K+ downloads... and i want to make some $$$. _
Asked by GianniMora 8 years ago
Posted by awesome3612 5 years ago
Also, what software do I use on a windows PC?
Asked by Marcelbloke 8 years ago
Hey Guys !! I Need Your Help my project is to do a Gps Guided Rc Car controlled via 3g (web) with obstacle avoidance + video streaming from the rc car to the web I am Using Arduino UNO .. I will be glad if someone could help ?! Thanks in Advance
Asked by abedier 5 years ago
I've had an ipod touch for a little over a year now and the left headphone output is no longer audible. I believe that it is due to a loose or slightly bent contact inside of my iPod, because if i wiggle my headphone connector in the iPod's female audio jack the left side audio will turn on and off. I have contacted Apple about the iPod (no longer under warranty) and have been told that the cases for iPod touches are crimped together, and so there is no way for them to open the iPod and replace the port. Any suggestions as to how i could fix my problem? I've been thinking of using a dental tool to pull the contact that is causing me issues outwards, but decided i would ask around before potentially worsening my port. Thanks! -Geo
Asked by geo526468 7 years ago
I just updated my already jailborken iphone 3Gs firmware to OS4. Update seem successful but after the firmware was updated and i connected to itunes, it tells me "The SIM card inserted in this iphone does not seem to be supported" Does that mean my phone is locked again and if so how do i go around this.
Asked by oppan_d 7 years ago
If i connect it to a spare 2.2 amp battery i have will it use as much amps as it can ( 1.0 or 2.2?) or will it just charge for 2.2 hours at 1 amp per hour?
Asked by tylak 8 years ago
It just wont turn on and its warenty is out iv tried every thing ??
Asked by kaitlyn. 8 years ago
I was trying to figure out how to boast my signal coverage in my area, and a got an idea: to use a UHF amplifier, to pick up the towers signal and rebroadcast it. of coarse since things like WiFi, Bluetooth, and cellular 2G/3G/4G networks use two way radio, the signal can go back to the reviving end of the UHF amp, and get broadcasting to hit whatever tower. my phone should better recognize the tower, as if i just magically made a tower 2 feet away. however this might also amplify stay noise. if this idea doesn't work, why not? i think i am going to need at least a 20dB increase in power, but as of now i need to do more research. but if i can buy a product that does a similar thing for less than $40, i would. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_zone_(cell_phone)#Dead_zones http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repeater http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_spectrum (cellphones use UHF spectrum) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Signal_booster
Asked by -max- 5 years ago
where is a god website that has low cost repair parts, as in a full selection of apple ipod parts for remaking ipods.? Answered
ifixit is okay, but there are better ones out there thanks
Asked by led235 8 years ago
I have upgraded my iPod to the iOS 5 Beta 1 and for the first day it was fine until the touchscreen stopped working. Should I downgrade?
Asked by drmjj55 7 years ago
Selling my White 16gb iPhone 3Gs. Can't update or restore it, so im selling it for parts or to someone who knows how to fix it. Still powers on and in great condition. Get details and bid on the auction here: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=220706508818
Posted by sega27 7 years ago