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Getting back to you today!

Posted on Thursday, January 31st, 2013 in #liveupdates by Ian

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Sorry for the delay, there are 300 read-but-not-replied emails that came in during the Shenzhen trip last. Today is all about getting that backlog cleared, at least until FedEx drops off the next batch of toys – then it’s video time!

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One Response to “Getting back to you today!”

  1. lui says:

    I see a lot of gett9ing started stuff on the web but nothing on how to “actually” go in and program anything like a PIC or how and where to load the file you want to program a chip or how to read a rom and store that file,

    it is a mess of strewn tid bits that is taking days and weeks just to try and get rom codes out of a chip, a “serious” manual needs to be written in pdf format.

    MY QUESTION IS;
    how do i read PIC chips rom or any ROM and save that file so that i can clone another?

    thank you,

    lui

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