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DIY

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Get a dummy phone to help you make DIY accessories

It’s no secret that I make more accessories than I buy, and while that generally saves a lot of money, it does put the actual

June 15, 2012 Accessories, Hacks, Tips & Deals
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From the DIY drawer: Galaxy S II macro lens mounting system

Back when I wrote about being pleasantly surprised about a macro lens for smartphones that my friend bought, I also linked to a $10 set containing such a lens

June 13, 2012 Accessories
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How to mod the HTC EVO 3D Seidio car mount for use with the HTC EVO 4G LTE

This guest post was written by Rob Fortner. With a desire to save some money, and to not have to pay another $50 for a

June 08, 2012 Good and EVO, Hacks
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From the DIY drawer: Galaxy S II tripod adapter

Like I mentioned in the article about the previous tripod adapter I made, I’ve been exploring different ways to grab my Galaxy S II with

June 06, 2012 Accessories

Sand the back of your HTC EVO 4G LTE to reveal what’s underneath

The Android community in general has a reputation for being a free-spirited, DIY, tinkering group that is never really satisfied with stock anything. I’d argue

May 31, 2012 Good and EVO, Hacks
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From the DIY drawer: Clip-on tripod adapter

I’ve been experimenting with ways to attach my phone to various things (like a tripod), and have been testing out a variety of methods for doing so.

May 31, 2012 Accessories, Hacks
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From the DIY drawer: iOS/Android lapel microphone

When I first started doing screencasts – videos of the screen recorded using the same device – I quickly discovered that the built in mics

May 15, 2012 Accessories, Android, Apple
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From the DIY drawer: Arqball Spin rotating base

The Arqball Spin is an app-slash-Kickstarter project that's simple yet brilliant in its use of looping video and HTML5 embedding. When I first saw it,

May 10, 2012 Accessories
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From the DIY drawer: Device holder/dock made from a ground pad

The moment you put a case on your device, compatibility with available docks can suddenly drop to 0. Even with a naked device, docks can

May 05, 2012 Accessories
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Google employee creates tablet powered, NFC-enabled beer keg

Google employs a lot of smart people, and I think that this proves that Paul Carff is one of them. He’s created a DIY automated beer keg that uses

April 30, 2012 Accessories, Android, Hacks, Tablets
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