I got this ipad from my grandpa, but the thing is disabled because of too many pin code attempts. Now trying to restore with itunes forces me to also update the iOS, which would slow down this ipad since it is not the latest (see apple marketing strategy).
So my question, how do I restore/reformat this ipad without updating?
I use pc exclusively, so I can't connect the ipad with another apple product.
So long as you don't jailbreak it, iPad 2 or later will run the latest OS with no bother.
>how do I restore/reformat this ipad without updating? By definition you don't, because restoring an iProduct mean putting a new system image on it.
If it's set to disable itself when you enter the pin wrong, then *it cannot be reenabled*. The whole point of this feature is so that when someone steals your iPad, they... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I am growing a lemon tree (the small kind) in a pot and although its had some difficulty, it now appears to be doing ok and has grown about as big as it can get in its current pot. Some leaves turn upside down and one or two have browned or dried, I suspect from the intense heat here, however I wish to repot it - its summer here, the plant is no longer flowering but does have some slowly growing fruit thats been growing for several months now - is it ok to repot, what are some tips for putting it int a bigger pot, and how do I get it out of its current pot with minimal damage? Any tips?
Ok, to make a long story short, my hands are shit but I want to try to carve things.
the conclusion i have reached is use foam.
foam itself is relatively expensive, and large so i don't want to buy pre made pieces.
is there any diy foam i could make, that would have little to no air pockets, (think the fiam normally has .01mm air holes or less, but than there is one area that looks like it could be mistaken for swiss cheese) that i could make in fairly small quantities or containers, empty soda cans?
If you have acces to a wood lathe, i would sugest you cut the diameter to about 4 inches in diameter. round up the tip, and dont forget to sand it to a high finish. That being said its probbably cheaper and easier to just buy a dragon dildo
Hey /diy/ I been thinking... Everyone has a shitload of devices that use wall warts. Voltages generally vary from 5VDC(USB) to 18-19VDC(laptop). All of them have to convert from ~120VAC to low VDC. Most of the cost of these are reduction, rectifying, and filtering USB is starting to become a standard, you can even get outlets with 5VDC, but it doesn't cover the problem.
------What if there were a 20VDC, low ripple standard???------ -It would power laptops with minimal circuitry. -It would require less of bulky wall warts, possibly even eliminating them. -It's much easier (and cheaper) to convert from 20VDC to USB 5VDC than from 120VAC -low ripple 20VDC would require less filtering for 5-9-12-18 VDC requirements.
Downsides are: -You'd have to buy a supply for your house, and extra wiring (some are wiring their houses for 5VDC(USB)) -Manufacturer support currently non-existent
Wouldn't it be cheaper and more convenient in the long run? Now, nobody has it, and it would be expensive to implement, but what about new houses?
Right now, I have a wall-wart for: 2 phones 2 tablets Rechargeable trimmer 3 laptops Bluetooth-to-stereo printer video switchbox modem wireless router battery charger 2 e-cigs jambox (small portable stereo for you youngfags)
I'm sure I missed some... But, even at $3 each, that's $51, and that's a low estimate. House wiring lasts (for all practical purposes) forever but we get new devices every 5 years or less. Cheap China laptop chargers are $10, good ones $60 or more You can't replace a wal-wart for less than $5-$10. Why not one LOW RIPPLE supply instead?
The problem is getting it where it's needed. You still need 120v AC outlets for appliances, lighting and devices, and in many cases even two outlets is not enough, so you cannot sacrifice one or both outlets for 20v DC.
It's not worth the expense, incompatibility or inconvenience just to prevent use of wall-warts.
>>931680 yeah, there's really no benefit of a spring knife that is worth the hassle of dealing with weapons laws. I can open a regular folder (even one without the little assist knob or 'spring assist') one handed, since i still have all my fingers. Plus, my instinct has always been to not trust the locking mechanism of a lot of folding knives. framelocks always seem to jam open on me, and don't trust the straight folders, so lockback for the win imo.
I am putting plywood shelves in my closets that look something like this. The shelves are 5/8 plywood, and I face nailed a furring strip to the front to get it rigidity. The supports along the back and sides are 5/8 plywood about 3 1/4 inches in height. The issue is, even after brad nailing the shelves into the supports, the middle of the shelf at the front (away from the wall) still has some give to it. I'd prefer not to put in the metal brackets at this point because I'd then have to shim it out from the wall because the support is already there. I was thinking of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>931637 That's a crazy span for 5/8 plywood. Should have used solid wood but... I would say you need to add a post or something in the middle to support the shelf. What kind of closet rod are you using? A wooden one will sag like crazy just like the shelf.
Hey /diy/, I usually go to the technology board but this has been a question for a few days. So my neighbor across the street decided to start welding shit and I'm worrying about my son's eyes. He likes to play on his bike during the day, which is also when my neighbor decides to weld. The dude has a welding mask, but doesn't take care to stop the bright light. How far can I be without damaging my eyes? I'm assuming it won't affect us too much, but it's annoying to tell my son to stop and turn around when he gets halfway around the cul-de-sac.
I'm in the middle of building a featherweight axe robot as my first robot. The consensus seems to be to start with featherweights as they are quite easy and much cheaper than heavyweights. Best place to start is the Fighting Robot Association forum.
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