Need help choosing a case for my ipad4

I just bought an ipad 4 and I don't know what case to get. I'm trying to decide between the griffin survivor or the otterbox defender, but I was thinking about getting a folio case or something else and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions or wanted to talk about a case they prefer.

Asked by coldpsyco91 5 years ago

Anyone have a wiring diagram for a griffin itrip auto (2008 model)?

My wiring has ripped out in a few places on the board of the griffin itrip auto 2008, and i cant seem to find a circuit diagram anywhere online. i found one dead link, and the rest werent helpful (2010 models were posted).  specifically, my yellow, orange and red wires on the button side have broken off.  anyone know the order in which i need to resolder them?

Asked by kamikaze33 6 years ago

Batch Fight: Homer Simpson vs. Peter Griffin?

I've been working on a game where you choose whether you're Homer Simpsons from "The Simpsons," or Peter Griffin from "Family Guy." It is very simple, Choose your player, 2-player game, 2 attacks each. Homer: Duff Belch D'OH! Peter: Piercing Stare HAHAHA I will post a sample sprite of an attack if you want. Should I bother posting code when I'm done?  _,,_                 ____     /    \               /____\    |    |               /O__O |   M  _OO              | (__  |   ( / __\             | /__. |   | \___/             |  \   |   \_/\/\              |  (..)|   /__\  |             |______|   |  |  |            /        \  |  |   \          | |      | | |  |    |         |_|      |_| ///_____|         | |      | | |      /|         | |      | | |    _/ |         \\\______/// |   |   |         \          / |   |   |          |   ||   |  |   |   |          |   ||   |  |___|___|         _+___||___+_ |____\__\        /_____||_____\ (Copy+Paste into Notepad.exe and switch to Lucida Console font for best results)

Posted by TheBatchies 8 years ago

degassing pump, how much cfm? Answered

I'm looking at a Harbor Freight vacuum pump to degas these liquids before they cure. How much cfm do I need to degas without sucking all the liquid out of the mold?Thank you for this wonderful Instructable class! Tony & Kathy Griffin

Asked by KathyGriffin 1 year ago

need equation to repulsing magnets

I would like to know the equation for the repulsing of magnets I have a science project due and can't find the equation the internet kind of goes around the bush. If you can answer this as soon as possible  please I really hate to turn it in late. So if you have ANY helping ideas search tittle above                                                -caleb griffin-mose

Asked by awe80me_k1ng 2 years ago

How can I detect newlines in a html textbox? Answered

I have a big text box and an array called lines[]. I want each line of the text box to be stored in one of the array segments. so if the text box was: Hello How Are You The lines variable world be: lines[1] : Hello lines[2] : How Are lines[3] : You I'm sorry is this is a simple question because i am new to coding. I am using html and java-script. Thanks, Griffin.

Asked by griffy100 5 years ago

Can I hardwire a wireless fm transmitter to a car radio aerial?

What is the difference in the signal of a wireless FM transmitter and of a wired FM modulator (plugged into the aerial socket of a car audio head unit)? Is it simply one of signal strength? I googled the antenna in my Griffin Itrip universal and soldered a simple 34" wire antenna onto it. This did improve the signal quality. However as soon as I drove around in the real world, interference came in, station and car engine electrics. This happens at all quiet areas of the radio spectrum. So, could I fit a coax cable from the Griffin and hardwire it to the aerial socket of my car, probably a Y connection keeping the car aerial. And yes, I'm too cheap to buy a real wired FM Modulator (£70) or a new car head unit (£700). Would this in any way 1) improve audio quality, 2) avoid interference, or 3) blow up the stereo. My car is a Vectra (yes I'm that cheap), so the aerial is at the back or I would have tried simply wrapping the antenna around the aerial for a good old bodge.

Asked by mensanation 6 years ago

How hard is it to fix an i-pod scroll wheel? I have an old 80 gig that I can not shut-off using the "click" feature. ?

As it is right now, I leave it in my shop on the dock and use a remote (Griffin) that came with the dock to turn it on and off. This sucks because I have to leave my music at home. Ideas or suggestions are welcome. I am mechanically adept, and am semi-capable with electronics.... can't read a schematic to save my soul though. Thanks for any help or ideas. Can't afford to replace it.

Asked by peaceman 9 years ago

Lord of Aracana: quickest way to bring down monsters.

First off, this game is rated M  and contains content that is gory and violent. It may be found  offensive to some. So if there is even the slightest chance you might take offense, or there is someone with you who might be offended or should not be exsposed to such content, please do not continue and please exit now. OK, now we can start. Hey all you gamers out there! There has been alot of discussion about the fastest way to bring down master guradians in the game Lord of Arcana. This is a new game out recently this year developed by Access games inc. It is now one of my faves on the psp system, featuring full HD graphics, tons of weapon and armour choices, and also you can join parties of up to four people on a quest.  After playing and beating it myself I know most of the tricks and the litte things you can do to gain an edge in battle. First off, learn your monsters! Find out their weaknesses, Here-in lies the secret of defeating your foes quickly and efficiently. Observe how and when they like to attack, From what angle and with what speed. And most importantly, find their dead-zone. This is like their blindspot. this is the best place to attack from. Only the big monsters such as master guardians will have these. For example, the guardian Bahamut's blind spot is right beside his right leg behind his wing. Wait for him to lift his tail for a slam then attack! The best weapon to use on the master gurdians is a polearm. Use the highest level polearm you have, then equip the battle art "pile drive". Wait for the monster to attack, now evade! Quickly, charge piledrive to max, this should take about 2 seconds. Now! Spring upon the unholy beast with all the wrath of  Hyrodyn! This is also effective for reaching beasts that like to cower in the earth. Use this tactic to reach the master guardian Asjada while she is hiding below the surface of the ground. After a few hits from this she will pop out and will be past half dead. This will make quick work of any monster you will face, but be warned it can be risky when facing fast moving targets such as the Griffin, Drake shade, or Kirin. Well i hope this helps, and either way, send me a heads up if you tried this. If you couldn't get it to work don't be afraid to ask for more info. If it does work for you, great! Have fun, and remember this creed while inflicting that last blow upon thy wretched beast underfoot....Fear the dark, fear the killer, FEAR ME!

Posted by Matrix-technician 6 years ago

Laptop charges only tipped on side?

Greetings!  I'm in need of some laptop power help. About ten days ago, my 1-year-old HP Pavilion G7-2017 laptop stopped charging when plugged to the AC adapter.  I've googled this issue a bunch and have only come up with wobbly power seats, battery issues, or with people who have finicky adapters that have to be moved to get a charge.  None of these are applicable to my situation.   Currently, my laptop (not the charger) has to be moved or tipped to get a charge from the old AC adapter but runs great on battery power once charged and, if stood on its side, will connect to the power supply without the battery installed.  Moving the laptop breaks the power connection, though, and shuts the computer down if the battery is not in it. In fussing with it, I discovered it would work when either: A) it was tilted totally on its left side (dc connector is on the right side, so cord would then stick out the 'top') B) slight pressure was put on the underside just in front of the battery where the RAM is located.  Finally, it stopped registering the AC adapter with either the orange or white LED and I couldn't get it charged so I did the next logical thing and took the whole thing apart.  I thought because of the nature of how it was charging and finicky it might be a loose connection to the power supply internally.  I took everything in the laptop out and double checked all the connections on power, motherboard, etc -- nothing is amiss.  The power cord slot inside is secure and functioning, RAM is seated correctly, etc.   Put it all back together and still couldn't get it to charge so I took it to Best Buy to borrow an appropriate AC Adapter today.  This is what happened: 1.  With the battery in, I plugged in new power cord while laptop was sitting neatly on the countertop (not tilted) and it immediately registered with an orange LED light at the point of entry for the power connection without having to manipulate or tip the laptop, which is what I had to do with the old adapter, ergo I thought AHA! It MUST be the AC Adapter!  2.  Started it up and got three long beeps.  Checked BIOS records for HP Pavilion G7 2017 and learned it could be hardware related.   3.  Replaced the original 4GB RAM with borrowed Geek Squad matching test RAM and tried to power again. 4.  Success!  New RAM and borrowed adapter did the trick, assumed it must be RAM issue.  5.  Bought replacement 4gb RAM stick, installed, rebooted to double check while it was plugged into borrowed AC Adapter -- everything booted fine.   THEN: 6.  Got home and plugged in my old AC adapter but no orange LED to tell me it was registering.   7.  Tipped laptop on its side and voila!  New RAM plus Old AC Adapter still had to be tilted on its side.  8.  Put old RAM back in and tried again; same result -- old AC adapter only registers in the power connection when the laptop is placed on the left side with cord sticking out the 'top' or when lightly pressed on the underside of the center of the laptop, though this latter is incredibly finicky.   The fact that a borrowed adapter worked fine but this old adapter only works when the laptop is tilted is what keeps me thinking it's AC Adapter itself but could still be a connection issue or other hardware issue.  Am I totally off base?  For what it's worth, I've ordered a new AC adapter to try it out again.   Any thoughts out there?   Thanks! Erica

Asked by Griffin Street Productions 4 years ago