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So, my cell phone has a warranty that's about to go. If it beaks with no signs of physical damage and isn't something easily replaceable like a broken battery they'll replace it with minimal inspection. I want to take advantage of this, how can I break my phone? There might be signs of it being tampered with if I open it up and do something, so I'm thinking I could send a large voltage into the USB to Killian but I saw a thread about this a while ago, all of you guys said it'd just kill a part of the mobo. So, could I use a strong alternating electromagnet to induce current in the circuitry and destroy it, yeah? What currents in the magnet would I be looking at? Would it even work?
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I'm thinking about building this baby right here and make it look really good, but I'm not even sure where to start. Should I work with scrap metal or rely on some kind of good-enough-looking plastic or clay? White cables would work well enough for the, well - cables, and I guess there's a way to build around an existing digital watch, right?
Any ideas or input on this?
I hope this is still the appropriate board. Thanks in advance.
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Don't you just hate how your keys end up bunched up in the bottom of your pockets and digging them out can be a pain?
Well, I decided enough was enough, and got a healthy dose of inspiration from the pocket clips on ordinary folding knives and how annoying as hell they would be to carry around without the clip.
1. Take a spoon or fork
2. Bend it as much as you can with two sets of pliers. Or, better yet, stick it in a vise, hit the area where you need it to bend with a blowtorch until it glows red, the bend it with pliers. I would have gone this route had I had the tools.
3. Bend it around until it looks like a pocket clip.
4. Cut it down to size with a dremel.
5. Drill a hole
6. Attach it to your keyring with a small split-ring.