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Arpeggio gets more and more fun to watch smily_headphones1.gif

 

 

 

Dayum, I likes.

 



What do you like about this show? I watched the first 3 episodes, but when following so many others this season I decided to drop it. It was starting look like it could be some weird Upotte!/Dragonaut thing and I wasn't in the mood to see another one.

... but I know that's not really fair because I did not watch enough to give ARS a fair shake, so your opinion is welcome. I might marathon it at a later date.

It had a similar air as GUP. Not too serious battle mechanics or plot storyline execution. The story itself is, but how they do it isn't too much, and their day to day interactions is really cool and funny to watch


I-401 such cuteness.

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LOL!

 

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I-401 such cuteness.

:3

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Some random stuff I got tonight: (prepare for unedited photos, too lazy to edit them atm :P)

My first ever kickstarter came in! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/david-toledo/the-practical-meter-know-your-power

 

And I got a second phone!

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Does that cable actually increase the charging speed? o.o...

 

On a side note, isn't faster charging = more heat generation = more risk of damage to battery? Though realistically nobody cares about that last part.

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It's also everyone's favourite cable type: flat. Therefore, I have proof that flat is justice since it improves transfer speeds. smily_headphones1.gif
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It's also everyone's favourite cable type: flat. Therefore, I have proof that flat is justice since it improves transfer speeds. smily_headphones1.gif

Pettanko's are always the fastest :)

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It's also everyone's favourite cable type: flat. Therefore, I have proof that flat is justice since it improves transfer speeds. smily_headphones1.gif

Bringing justice to the world, day by day.

post #95273 of 127319
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Does that cable actually increase the charging speed? o.o...

 

On a side note, isn't faster charging = more heat generation = more risk of damage to battery? Though realistically nobody cares about that last part.

Yes it does, or at least the meter says it does lol. It disables data transfer and uses the extra two pins for charging as well, so it should in theory.

Hmm, if you have 30 minutes to get as much juice to your phone for the rest of the day, would you:

A: Slowly charge it to save the battery and have it die in 2 hours

B: Fast charge the battery to have it die in 4 hours, with a very small decrease in capacity that you won't notice because you'll replace the battery or get a new phone by then?

 
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It's also everyone's favourite cable type: flat. Therefore, I have proof that flat is justice since it improves transfer speeds. smily_headphones1.gif

Bringing justice to the world, day by day.

LOL, I laughed IRL at that one~

post #95274 of 127319
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Yes it does, or at least the meter says it does lol. It disables data transfer and uses the extra two pins for charging as well, so it should in theory.

Hmm, if you have 30 minutes to get as much juice to your phone for the rest of the day, would you:

A: Slowly charge it to save the battery and have it die in 2 hours

B: Fast charge the battery to have it die in 4 hours, with a very small decrease in capacity that you won't notice because you'll replace the battery or get a new phone by then?

 

LOL, I laughed IRL at that one~

Oh, interesting, that's what it does? Not a versatile cable (in one sense) but really useful for charging it seems. Except... how does the device register two pins normally used for other stuff, to act as charging pins?

(btw another question... that charger cable thing's site says "free shipping sitewide".... wth is sitewide?)

 

:D

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Yes it does, or at least the meter says it does lol. It disables data transfer and uses the extra two pins for charging as well, so it should in theory.

Hmm, if you have 30 minutes to get as much juice to your phone for the rest of the day, would you:

A: Slowly charge it to save the battery and have it die in 2 hours

B: Fast charge the battery to have it die in 4 hours, with a very small decrease in capacity that you won't notice because you'll replace the battery or get a new phone by then?

LOL, I laughed IRL at that one~

Technically it doesn't use the data pins to charge.
I did my research on this one because of project-cyrostat (high speed usb charger)

The data pins are actually for telling the phone that it can draw x amount of current from the port that it's connected to.

 

There are 3 power standards for USB ports:

Standard Downstream Port (SDP) = 500mA max, data transfer allowed.

Charging Downstream Port (CDP) = 1500mA max, data transfer allowed.

Dedicated Charging Port (DCP) = 1500mA max, no data transfer.

 

Most of the older computers has SDPs therefor charges slower (or not charge at all since some phones will only charge from CDPs and DCPs).

 

For most android devices, shorting the data pins will tell the phone that it's connected to a DCP

While for apple devices it's applying 2.7V on D+ and 2.0V on D-.

 

However for my MI2S phone, it will draw 1A from anything it's plugged into except for SDP.


Edited by b1o2r3i4s5 - 11/18/13 at 8:59pm
post #95276 of 127319
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Yes it does, or at least the meter says it does lol. It disables data transfer and uses the extra two pins for charging as well, so it should in theory.

Hmm, if you have 30 minutes to get as much juice to your phone for the rest of the day, would you:

A: Slowly charge it to save the battery and have it die in 2 hours

B: Fast charge the battery to have it die in 4 hours, with a very small decrease in capacity that you won't notice because you'll replace the battery or get a new phone by then?

 

LOL, I laughed IRL at that one~

Oh, interesting, that's what it does? Not a versatile cable (in one sense) but really useful for charging it seems. Except... how does the device register two pins normally used for other stuff, to act as charging pins?

(btw another question... that charger cable thing's site says "free shipping sitewide".... wth is sitewide?)

 

:D

Lolol, no idea what sitewide means...

See Borisu's post~

 

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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post
 

Yes it does, or at least the meter says it does lol. It disables data transfer and uses the extra two pins for charging as well, so it should in theory.

Hmm, if you have 30 minutes to get as much juice to your phone for the rest of the day, would you:

A: Slowly charge it to save the battery and have it die in 2 hours

B: Fast charge the battery to have it die in 4 hours, with a very small decrease in capacity that you won't notice because you'll replace the battery or get a new phone by then?

LOL, I laughed IRL at that one~

Technically it doesn't use the data pins to charge.
I did my research on this one because of project-cyrostat (high speed usb charger)

The data pins are actually for telling the phone that it can draw x amount of current from the port that it's connected to.

 

There are 3 power standards for USB ports:

Standard Downstream Port (SDP) = 500mA max, data transfer allowed.

Charging Downstream Port (CDP) = 1500mA max, data transfer allowed.

Dedicated Charging Port (DCP) = 1500mA max, no data transfer.

 

Most of the older computers has SDPs therefor charges slower (or not charge at all since some phones will only charge from CDPs and DCPs).

 

For most android devices, shorting the data pins will tell the phone that it's connected to a DCP

While for apple devices it's applying 2.7V on D+ and 2.0V on D-.

Ah okay, I see I see. That makes a lot of sense now!

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Wow, this is awesome!
Some fans are making a list of all the pop culture/history/etc references made in Kill la Kill!

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/225692543/References.html

The list is already this long and we are not even halfway through the anime D:

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THIS IS TOO PERFECT: http://youtu.be/FLPLgJqeZJw

 

 

 

This is the new Gangnam Style...except I like this one better.

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THIS IS TOO PERFECT: http://youtu.be/FLPLgJqeZJw

 

 

 

This is the new Gangnam Style...except I like this one better.

Where the hell do you even find these? O.o

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Where the hell do you even find these? O.o

EatYourKimchi.

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