Archive for the ‘Personal’ Category
Before I Start here is a disclaimer –
I am not a professional CAD or Mechanical Engineer to know much about this. Also, All information I have is from the internet and have NO practical knowledge.
Here we go then.
I am currently working on building a High Performance Free Flow Exhaust for my Bike (Yamaha FZ16). Attached is the CAD design I made for the Exhaust (I am not a professional CAD designer but do it as a Hobby – by the way this is my first CAD Drawing).
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I got my Android for a couple of months now and was stock for so long that I had to do something.
So first thing I planned to do was to root it .. 🙂
Its very simple
Attached are 2 files “root.zip” and “unroot.zip”
To root your phone – Do the following.
- Copy root.zip to your SD Card (/sdcard)
- Rename the file as update.zip
- So your file should be in /sdcard/update.zip (you can view this from any file manager you can install from the android market)
- restart phone and hold the HOME button you will enter into recovery mode. (as seen the image attached)
- select apply sdcard:update.zip
- This will root your phone you are all set for nice RnD.
To unroot your phone
- Follow the same procedure above, just replace unroot.zip to update.zip
I was working on my bike this weekend. Removing the Stock Intake is the tricky part.
Once you have removed the Stock Intake. Connect the K&N Filter directly to into Carburetor Air intake. I saw few of the people online connecting K&N Filter inside the Stock Intake filter. I think this is not a Good Idea. Also if you have to improve performance a little go for a Free Flow Exhaust, which I am planning to get it done soon. Will post as I get it done.
NOTE: Also make sure that in the Stock Intake container is air tight and no dust enters the container.
Experiment …. 😉
Was working on Asterisk configuration with CISCO 7940 IP phones.
There are many links which let configure this phone, this is just an overview of what I did to get this up and running
Configuring AsteriskNow is very simple. Below are the details to setup a IP-PBX.
- Old CPU laying somewhere.
- IP Phone (Cisco 7940/7960)
- DHCP and TFTP Server (for Firmware upgrade)
- Download AsteriskNOW
- Configure Asterisk. (More howto later, for now important is to create users without NAT)
- Create a Trunk
- Create a Dialplan
- Create users (On catch here is when we create a User make sure to uncheck “NAT“)
- Configure IP Phone used the link here which is very helpful (Attached are files required firmware / conf files etc).
Thats it !! IP phone should be up and running.