S4 League

Posted by derp5045 6 years ago


Galaxy s4 LCD driver

Hello! I hope im posting this in the right place, has annyone found a driver for the galaxy s4 (or simmilar) LCD panel, i have recently tried to replace the cracked glass and a small mistake later i destroyed the touch capability of the LCD assembly, it would be a waste of a completly good full HD 5" AMOLED LCD so i was wondering if annyone has anny idea if a (fake chinese or something) driver board exists for this LCD so you could plug a HDMI on it ... thank you ! 

Posted by compufreek 3 years ago


Will an update for/ or rooting my phone will enable mhl support?

Hello everybody! I just bought a mhl cable for my mobile phone, but after connecting it, my tv doesn't show me anything. I searched my phone spec's and I found out that my phone doesn't support mhl. Such a shame! But then I was wondering, my phone runs on android jellybean. If I upgrade it to android KitKat, would I then be able to use the cable? Or should I just root my phone? (Does any of you have a good rom for me that supports mhl?) I have searched a couple of hours on google but it didn't gave me some answers. I hope you guys can help me. My phone is a Samsung Galaxy S4 mini (GT9195) with jellybean on it.           

Asked by lukeD 3 years ago


Upgrading the Charging Capabilities of an Android

I would like to know how difficult it would be to swap out the charging port on an S4 for the new hyper charging ports on the new Droid Turbo. I know there is not a lot of free space with in the cell for mods. And I am assuming that the hyper charger is smaller. That being said the tools for a repair swap out do not seem that difficult to master. What else would be needed to make this project successful, a power converter? Basically I want to see if its possible to take the outdated cells people would normally throw away or trade and mod them into something of desire for a cheaper price. Thank you for your time Instructable Community 

Posted by Ragestine 3 years ago


Get electromagnetic pulses from a gas igniter

Hi, here I have a common gas igniter like this: http://s10.postimg.org/r55cvgt9l/gasigniter.jpg Well, I removed the circuit from the box, then I shorted the two terminals, using various kind of coils (thick wire, thin wire, in various configurations and with different turns), but seems that this circuit is unable to generate electromagnetic pulses; I've tried to turn on a fluorescent lamp, to cause interferences to a pocket calculator (as I can see in various videos on youtube), but nothing happens. If I remove the coil from the terminals I am able to get nice sparks. So, why this circuit won't work as expected? I miss something? However this is the circuit: http://s4.postimg.org/fgd78werx/ignitercircuit.jpg Please note that I'm aware of the fact that these kind of circuit could be dangerous; I'm taking all possible precautions (I'm using it far from any electrical device, I'm using isolated gloves, and so on). I just want to make this circuit for fun. Many thanks.

Posted by akopelumenuscu 2 years ago


Can I use USB to power a Relay??

I have purchased a simple 4 channel relay (http://www.fort777.co.za/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=800_801_946&products_id=10357&zenid=fvokss9s9ucgakrrn9ged441hs1oushq) My Aim is to use the USB port on my TV to control the relay.  The intention is to have it switch on a lamp when the TV is powered up.  I have run into an issue and being a bit of an electronics novice I am not sure what to do.  The Relay kit as both a 12v input (I assume that is to actually power the relay coil) as well as a connector that has pins for Ground, 5v and Signal for each relay (S1 - S4). If I attach the red wire from USB (5v) to S1, and the ground from the USB Cable (Black) to ground, the indicator LED flickers and then dies.  at no point does the relay click, and the light seems unaffected whether the 12v power is connected or not.   I feel I might be missing something simple, but as an utter novice in this area I am not sure.  Any help. 

Asked by Lylec 4 years ago


What Multi-tool should I choose?

I was wounder is anyone could help me pick a multi-tool ether from Leatherman or Gerber, I really don't like swiss army. If it could be around $30 have the some of the following: Knife, pliers or scissors, assorted screwdrivers, file, lanyard, bottle opener, awl and tweezers. It doesn't need to have all thoughts things but some. I am currently thinking about a leatherman Squirt P4 or S4. I have had the Gerber clutch but the pliers broke off and it was really worn out so I thought to get something new. Right now I have the Swiss+tech utili-key on my key chain right now and its basically a knife/saw, bottle opener with a tiny screwdriver on it. I know your going to say to win one but it would be easier just to buy one. Any opinions and review about what you have would be great. Also it needs to fit comfortably in my pocket, it will be going everywhere with me including school so the blade has to be less then 2.5 inches and can not lock.

Posted by acer73 10 years ago


help with my sketch anyone please....

const int TxPin = 6;       //lcd pin const int buttonPin1 = 2;  //pins that are for const int buttonPin2 = 3;  //buttons to open valves const int buttonPin3  =  4;                       // and pumps const int buttonPin4 = 5;    const int pumpPin = 9;        //pin that turns on the pump    const int valvePin1 = 13;        //pins that run valves const int valvePin2 = 12;       const int valvePin3 = 11; const int valvePin4 = 10; int buttonState1 = LOW;           //setting the button state to low int buttonState2 = LOW; int buttonState3 = LOW; int buttonState4 = LOW; const int PROBE1=A0, PROBE2=A1, PROBE3=A2, PROBE4=A3; int MOISTURE_LEVEL = 250;                              //the value after the valves and pump goes ON #include SoftwareSerial mySerial = SoftwareSerial(255, TxPin); void setup() {        pinMode(pumpPin,OUTPUT);    // sets pumpPin to output    pinMode(valvePin1,OUTPUT);    // sets valvePins to output    pinMode(valvePin2,OUTPUT);    pinMode(valvePin3,OUTPUT);    pinMode(valvePin4,OUTPUT);    pinMode(TxPin, OUTPUT);          //lcd pin to output    digitalWrite(TxPin, HIGH);            digitalWrite(pumpPin, LOW);         digitalWrite  (valvePin1,LOW);    digitalWrite(valvePin2,LOW);    digitalWrite(valvePin3,LOW);    digitalWrite(valvePin4,LOW);    mySerial.begin(9600);    mySerial.write(22);                // turns display on    mySerial.write(17);                // turn on lcd back light      mySerial.write(12);                 // Clear  LCD    delay(5);                          //required delay after clear Lcd                                    } void loop(){    mySerial.write(128);        // sets sets lcd cursor to line 0 space 0   mySerial.print("S1-");      mySerial.write(148);           // sets lcd cursor to line 1 space 0   mySerial.print( "S2-");      mySerial.write(168);              //sets lcd cursor to line 2 space 0   mySerial.print("S3-");      mySerial.write(188);              //sets lcd cursor to line3 space 0   mySerial.print( "S4-");      mySerial.write(132);               //sets lcd cursor to line 0 space 4   mySerial.print (analogRead(A0));    mySerial.write(152);               //sets lcd cursor to line 1 space 4   mySerial.print (analogRead(A1));    mySerial.write(172);                //sets lcd cursor to line 2 space 4   mySerial.print (analogRead(A2));     mySerial.write(192);               //sets lcd cursor to line 3 space 4   mySerial.print (analogRead(A3));                if (analogRead(A3) {     digitalWrite(pumpPin, HIGH);     digitalWrite(valvePin1, HIGH); }    else   {     digitalWrite(pumpPin, LOW);     digitalWrite(valvePin4, LOW); }   if (analogRead(A1)   {     digitalWrite(pumpPin, HIGH);     digitalWrite(valvePin2, HIGH); }   else   {     digitalWrite(pumpPin, LOW);     digitalWrite(valvePin2, LOW); }       if (analogRead(A2)   {     digitalWrite(pumpPin, HIGH);     digitalWrite(valvePin3, HIGH); }   else   {     digitalWrite(pumpPin, LOW);     digitalWrite(valvePin3, LOW); }    if (analogRead(A0)   {     digitalWrite(pumpPin,HIGH );     digitalWrite(valvePin1, HIGH); }   else {     digitalWrite(pumpPin, LOW);     digitalWrite(valvePin1, LOW); }

Posted by s1im 5 years ago