Monthly Archives: March 2018

Missing Android manual

We all got Android devices without a proper manual so here are some basics I have learned over time…

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How to boot Windows partition virtually under KVM with UEFI firmware

It is actually quite easy to boot Windows virtualized using KVM. But to properly use the UEFI bootloader, suitable QEMU arguments are required. Here is a lightly commented QEMU command I use to boot virtual Windows 10 I have on … Continue reading

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RC5 device addressees and commands are partly “standardized”

During my attempt to program an Atmel micro-controller to act as a remote controller sending RC5 commands, the original remote suddenly stopped sending the correct Standby code to the device and I noticed device ID part of the RC5 frame … Continue reading

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