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Bus Pirate: Nokia 3310 LCD

Posted on Monday, October 19th, 2009 in binmode, Bus Pirate by Ian

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/7139826]

blue.zener interfaced a Nokia 3310 LCD using the new Bus Pirate binary mode. He also wrote a general Ruby class for the Bus Pirate binmode. There’s a bit more in the forum, too. The step-by-step overview is excellent, great work!

Don’t forget that we want your scripts too. We’re giving away two Bus Pirate probe kits to binmode script authors. Here’s all the binmode documentation so far.

Thanks for the tip!

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  1. مصطفی says:

    thanks

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