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Hex Editing Pokémon Sword to Change My Stupid Jersey Number 1

Hex Editing Pokémon Sword to Change My Stupid Jersey Number

Hello fellow Pokémon fans, tech enthusiasts, and people looking to do silly stuff! From the same person who brought you the MFA phone: Stupid video game decisions and solutions. When the new Pokémon Sword and Shield games arrived on the Switch a couple weeks ago, I was as excited as a kid on Christmas. A new adventure with the childhood formula of capturing dangerous creatures in little balls of magic...

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Video Tutorial: How NOT to package your ESP8266 & BME280

Continuing our series from last week, we’re going to package up the Wemos D1 Mini and the BME280 Environmental sensor on a perfboard, with batteries. Or at least that was the plan until we ran into a software bug… which could have been fixed. Until… well, watch the video and count how many ways this project didn’t go according to plan. If you agree that #LearningIsEducation please leave a like...

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Video Tutorial: Writing code onto Micropython Wemos D1 using Ampy

Last week we covered how to flash Micropython onto an ESP8266 (Wemos D1 Mini) but we had to type our code into the REPL by hand. That’s not terribly useful for a real world project, so this week we learn how to upload code and make it run on boot. We’ll be using a tool called Ampy, by Adafruit, since the Micropython world is a little immature.

Video Tutorial: Flashing Micropython on a Wemos D1 Mini 2

Video Tutorial: Flashing Micropython on a Wemos D1 Mini

Welcome to Episodes #01 of the new Obviate.io video series where we’ll be flashing Micropython 1.9.3 onto a Wemos D1 Mini ( ESP8266 ) development board using Apple macOS.