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I am a high school student currently working on her extended essay (4000 word essay necessary for the iB diploma) and really want to use your hamstrometer to log data for my experiment. (I am logging the number of wheel rotations as my variable to measure the locomotor activity of hamsters). The problem is, I don’t know much about techy gadgets or putting them together. Is there a step by step guide I could follow? Something like your instructables tutorial on silencing the hamster wheel would be really helpful.
my note 4 shows the charging battery, then continues to vibrate . i need help .
When your power button was stuck, does that mean you couldn’t press it down? The symptoms of my phone seem similar, it won’t charge and it’ll periodically vibrate when plugged in. Before, when my battery had some power left, I was able to actually power it on, but I think the battery is not completely dead.
I tried both of the methods in your blog, but I’m still unsuccessful :(. I’m debating whether I want to replace the power button or try buying a new battery. Hence, I wanted to see if there was another way to tell that the power button was stuck (e.g., it didn’t depress or click when you pressed down, maybe?).
I have run into an issue. I need to get my data back from Samsung galaxy A-3. It has a missing screen and it has been in water for couple of seconds. It also is in constant vibration loop.
What would you suggest? Maybe buying a new A3 and trying to put parts from an old A3 to make it work?
Any feedback appreciated.
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