Use Your IPod to Cheat at Any Test!


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We're in 2015, there are a lot of smartwatches on the market. But what if you could just use your iPod nano 6g to cheat at any test? Let's find out how!
-----CAUTION: I Don't endorse cheating of any type, but because people are too moralistic, this is a guide for entertainment purposes only. But remember: you're free to do what you want. Obviously, I'm not responsible for any problems you'll have using this guide.-----

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Step 1: What Do You Need?

You'll need these:
•you iPod nano 6g
•your 30 pin to USB cable
•an image editing program
•and last but not least, your watchband (any will do the trick)

Step 2: OK, But What Image Editing Program?

as said before you can choose freely, because we don't need lots of editing features. just TEXT!

Step 3: Let's Start!

First of all you need to know you Pod's screen resolution. it's 240x240 pixels.
After that, let's move to your PC editing program.
You have to use a 240x240 or a 480x480 resolution.
So, let's fire up Paint and set a 480x480 canvas.

Step 4: Use Your Fancy!

Write down your notes and save them.
Remember to set a font that is easily readable!

Step 5: Let's Sync!

Now, sync your saved notes to your iPod with the iTunes application.

Step 6: So... That's It!

This instructable is finished. Your iPod is now ready to help you when you don't remember your formulas! I boosted my maks a lot thanks to this simple lifehack!

Just promise me that you'll use this responsibly! ;)

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    CraftMcMarty

    4 years ago

    Actually, people do care. I agree with Bikhawk, try getting hired after someone sees this.

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    blkhawk

    4 years ago on Introduction

    It is dishonest to encourage others to cheat on an exam. It is much better to motivate others to study and learn at school. If the teacher expects you to memorize formulas, you have a moral obligation to learn those the best you can,

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    blkhawkFoxhead

    Reply 4 years ago

    I could not trust any "professional" that cheated on his or her exams. Call me whatever but you are teaching others to be dishonest and that is wrong in most people's books. Instead help others to prepare better for an exam.