Category / really cool geeky stuff

  • December 22, 2015 - kenshinjeff

    End 2015 Mechanical keyboard buying guide

    After yet another Amazon Black Friday impulse buy on Corsair Vengeance K70, I’ve been doing quite a bit of research on mechanical keyboards. (Yes, I understand that usually people do the research before buying, but you know, it WAS a good price with free shipping.) I’m the kind of purchaser that must have the best […]

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  • January 10, 2015 - kenshinjeff

    What is a Gateway 3DS?

    Gateway 3DS is a hardware and software solution for backing up and playing 3DS Roms. The hardware represented by two 3DS cartrigdes (Red and Blue card) with slots for you to insert microSD cards. The software is a file called launcher.dat. As of 10 Jan 2015, the latest version of Gateway 3DS software is “Gateway […]

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  • March 4, 2013 - kenshinjeff

    3d printing kit recommendations

    It’s been a long time since I’ve last blogged, I’ve been so busy with work, weddings, friends and whatnot. Recently, or more specifically, after form1’s kickstarter, I got interested in 3d printers. It got me wondering how much money exactly would it cost to make one myself, and I started digging. Turns out that there […]

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  • March 23, 2012 - kenshinjeff

    kindle 4 review e-ink technology

    It all started when Steve asked me if I was interested in sharing shipping from Amazon. I know, I am such an addict for buying stuff online. Not to mention the both of us would do anything to earn a cent off existing infrastructure. But I didn’t go ahead as I had this disdain for […]

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  • September 29, 2011 - kenshinjeff

    xexun tk102 gps tracker perl script free

    As promised two months ago, I said I would release what I wrote for the gps application I was working on. At that point in time, I was using xexun clones from aliexpress/alibaba. Trust me, the real ones from David over at xexun perform way better. AND, the trackers gives the cell id by default. […]

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  • I was playing GodEater on the UMD, I had finished most of the download quests, I heard there was finally a patch for GodEater, I switched to CFW 5.5 GEN-D2. The game works on CFW, thanks to the brilliant hackers online, however, my save file was corrupted when I tried to load the game. I […]

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  • May 17, 2010 - kenshinjeff

    installing chinese input on the n900

    The Nokia N900 is a qwerty MID touchscreen smartphone that’s running Maemo 5 Linux as it’s operating system. Pros: – Running Maemo 5 = Running Linux = Many open sourced options – Display of 800 x 480 @ 3.5″ screen – QWERTY Keyboard – 5 megapixel Carl Zweiss Tessar lens camera – Supports Adobe Flash […]

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  • December 10, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    how to extact audio from .nds rom files

    So you really really like that game you’re playing on your nds, and the track/audio file you want is not available on the game OST, what should you do? Here’s what you should do. Dump your original NDS cartridge into a .nds rom file, or simply just go download a .nds rom file. Unpack your […]

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  • December 5, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    bootmgr is missing windows 7

    This is a freaking big annoyance. If you install windows 7 with more than one harddisk, it will automatically make the 2nd harddisk some kind of backup directory which windows refuses to format. Yeah sure, it’s a great add in, but really irritating when you decide to plug out that drive. I really wanted to […]

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  • November 6, 2009 - kenshinjeff

    Singtel Android APN Settings

    The magic file you are looking for is: /system/etc/apns-conf.xml You can actually rip it out from the different roms, and repack the rom zip file (Or so I’ld assume) The settings are (Do take note I haven’t quite figured out how to use MMS): apn carrier IDEAS apn e-ideas user * password * server * […]

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