Touch screen chip on Nuu A1 - faking input - all/most chips the same?What is the touch screen digitizer controller chip used in the Nuu A1 phone? I have one that is used as the Insulet...
Réponse à : « Tool kit for Macintosh se »Any idea where to get just the T15? (And less than $35 for a tool you'll use once..) Or should I just get a dremel and cut it apart? I want to take the hard drive *out*, for "digital archeology" purposes (probably nothing there, but would be interesting). I have a SCSI HDD from an old external drive I had too - I can find a standard 5/12V power board easy enough. Then get another SE on the cheap and get data off via HD floppy and a USB Superdrive. (Along with a iLamp that will still run the OSX version that still has a Superdrive drive included!) Ah, the joys of trying to get really old data off things. Did people ever have this problem with *really* ancient 8-inch (??) floppies? Or cassette based Apple 1/2? The screen on my *very* old SE/30 ("well, of *course* it's old!") doesn't work (horizontal hold coils failed), and my external color monitor broke too (*vertical* hold coils failed). I think I had an XCeed 8-bit color board, and I can't get the Mac->VGA adapter I bought to work. I either can't find the...
Réponse à : « usb disc drive problems? »The is ridiculous! Is there any explanation of *why* Apple decided to do this? If they didn't, they might actually *gasp* sell *more* of the "Superdrives" (how many people remember that as a drive that could handle 400K, 800K, *and* 1.4MB disks?)? Okay, probably not, since the Apple one probably costs at least 20% more than a comparable drive.. But still..