The coolest Raspberry Pi hardware extension models from China

  • Posted on: 8 November 2015
  • By: robin

The Raspberry Pi enriched the life of hobbyist, hackers, electronic enthusiasts and opened the door even for inexperienced users. There are thousands of easy understandable tutorials for Raspberry Pi projects in the internet. This makes it possible that even your mom would be able to build awesome stuff with the Raspberry. The Ease of use and the low price of 35 Euro were key to success for the small computer.

How to fix eclipse after OSX El Capitan Update

  • Posted on: 8 November 2015
  • By: robin

After I updated from Yosemite to El Capitan some of my Eclipse Java Projects were broken. Eclipse was missing a few Extensions like AppleScriptEngine.jar, dns_sd.jar j3_audo.jar and so on. The reason is that Java 6 is not included in El Capitan and needs to be installed manually. Simply follow this link: https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1572

 

How to use YL-3 (a 8x7 Segment LED display) with Raspberry Pi

  • Posted on: 6 October 2015
  • By: robin
YL-3 Display with 74HC595

The YL-3 is a 8x7 segment led display modules based on two 3461BS (4x7 segments) and is controlled by two 74HC595. You can buy the YL-3 module online at dx.com. The 74HC595 is a 8-Bit serial shift register which i liked a lot because it was the first time for me to work with it.

Xiaomi Xiaoyi Ant - Solution for problems with timezone, RTSP and HTTP access

  • Posted on: 9 September 2015
  • By: robin
Xiaomi Xiaoyi Ant timezone

The four main problems with the Xiaomi Xiaoyi Small Ant are solved! A Russian has made the effort of fixing the Small Ant and additionally added a few new features. Since using this hack the small cam is running better than ever. Thank you very much for this post, chex01!

HowTo: Use adb over network / wifi / wlan / remote

  • Posted on: 2 September 2015
  • By: robin
android adb

I always hated it when i had to plug and unplug the usb cable in the phone. Luckily, you can use adb and android studio over network to install applications on the device. It only takes a few seconds.

First I connected my Nexus 4 a last time with usb. I tested it with adb devices – Only my nexus4 was shown.

So:
adb tcpip 5555
Next you need to find out the IP address of you phone.
adb connect 192.168.178.68
Done !It should look like this:

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