Having recently flashed my Galaxy S to Android 4.0.4, I decided It might be a good I idea to list some of the applications that I always seem to have to install. The list discussed in this post are some of the many apps that I find that I cant live without.
During the recent weeks I have begun coding my Android application. In order to centralize all issue and revisions of the project I am using Google code and SVN. Using Eclipse I can easily monitor issues and maintain the projects development. All information can be found at: http://code.google.com/p/tail-me/
Final Year Project Blog
Week 1 (ending 02/11/12)
This is the first of my final year project weekly blog posts. The purpose of these blogs is to keep track of my development progress in a personal an informal manner. The project I am working on is an Android application which can make use of the devices internal GPS to track your location and augment Google maps with the data collected. The overall goal is that the app will provide accurate location tracking and path recording for Android users who wish to record their location while walking forest trails, horse riding, etc.
RPiTweet is the latest project that I have found myself working on in my spare time. Whether or not I will get the time to get it to a stage where I’m happy with it is a different story.
In this How To I will guide you through increasing the range of your Wi-fi home network so you can have access through your home and garden.
This topic has been covered by various online sources ( heres an excellent guide : http://lifehacker.com/5563196/turn-your-old-router-into-a-range+boosting-wi+fi-repeater) But they all require that you have a router which supports wireless bridging and has DD-Wrt installed. Both routers which I have don’t support either of these, so I am going to use an Ethernet bridge with some power-line Ethernet adapters.