DIY:How to make a USB-Solar Rechargeable Light & Mobile Charger Note: A file of PDF Map and pictures of this project is available based on request, if you are interested to make one same (or better one), ask me to email you PDF maps and detailed pictures. (It is Free, No charge) (samimy) A Samimy Production January 15th-2011 My Other Projects: www.youtube.com Subscribe to watch my upcoming projects quickly. Music From: Stock-Music.net A Certified Purchased License For Samimy-Productions A Royalty Free Track Code: P109 Title: Fortuna: An upbeat, energetic electronic tune with a futuristic sound-like Dr. Who gets urban. ———————– question from a user: a question regarding ur project DIY: USB-Solar Rechargeable … DIY: USB-Solar Rechargeable Light & Mobile Charger by Samimy…please explaing me in detail ..what is it and what does it do? havent really eva heard of usb chargers..have been familiar with AC chargers for nokia cell phones… Answered by Samimy: that one is a rechargeable light, made out of LED’s the purpose is: recycling old or broken Hard drive. recycling old or broken cellphone batteries, and turn them to something useful, functions: it lights the room during study, and is portable because there is no cable. it is able to be recharged again by solar power or usb. it can recharge our cellphones too ones it got a full charge.
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Sygic Mobile Maps 10 - Install Guide - Nokia N900 ================================================= Version 8.24 1. Install AppInstaller (available from extras-dev repository) 1. Install setupsygic.deb (will be named differently, as long as its the .deb file just name it to what you like) 2. Copy Maps (you can use any maps for Sygic 10) and .mlm file to N900/Maps/ 3. Copy modifica.pl to N900 4. install rootsh if its not installed 5. Run X-Terminal and type: sudo gainroot cd /home/user/MyDocs perl modifica.pl (ignore any errors you get and exit x-terminal) Now run the app and you should see it working provided you did everything right :) *note make sure you copy all the files and folders to the root of n900 which is known as /home/user/MyDocs*