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Hi all!

I looking for a decent iitc on ios.

Any ideas?

is there an app / solution for the intel map on iOS?

i know that iitc isn't with the tos, but on the laptop it keeps the drawn lines.

however, on iOS, the official intel map is a chore to use, but decent... but wipes everything on close.

iitc-mobile is impossible to use

there must be an ingress player who uses ios... i can't be the only one!

anyone have an idea why when i set a backup in twrp, and then restore, it always restores to stock?

to the point where i have to enter wifi details, root phone, etc.

quick easy one!

using a arduino mini pro, and hm10 copy (if relevant)

i seem to be getting weird freezes of the arduino when using the bluetooth code, and my thoughts have swayed to using wdt to unblock it, but then i thought maybe its a clash of the 2 units both using the same serial (maybe at the same time)?

if i comment out the serial.begin line, my code works perfectly fine, albeit no serial monitor information

if i comment out the bluetooth.begin line, my code works fine, but with no bluetooth control.

void setup () {

Serial.println(" ready ");

i can operate with no serial monitor, but its awfully helpful to see whats going on!

any thoughts?

right.. simple quick one!
the shift register and led driver, 74hc595… can use 3 arduino pins to drive 8 leds.

but when you daisy chain, does that give you control of 16 leds individually, or 8 pins doubled up?

i was hoping 16 pins individually, but it just seems to be copying the first 8, whatever i do!

I know it's blasting from the past, but I'm failing to find a simple solution to my minor issue...

I want to flash 16/20 dumb LEDs and have fading, on the attiny85, but I can't find (don't have the ability) to get it working with the 74hc595, tpic6b595, pca9685 and the tlc5940.

I seem to remember the early editions of fastspi having 74hc595 support? 

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strip mirroring!

2 strips of 16 leds, put on pins 3 and 4, using the;

FastLED.addLeds<WS2812B, DATA_PINA, GRB>(ledsA, 0, NUM_LEDS_PER_STRIPA); FastLED.addLeds<WS2812B, DATA_PINB, GRB>(ledsB, 0, NUM_LEDS_PER_STRIPB);

and a tweaky pattern;

void rotatingDots (int speed1, int hue1, int speed2, int hue2, int speed3, int hue3, int fadeSpeed) {
ledsA[pos1] += CHSV(hue1, 255, 255);
ledsA[pos2] += CHSV(hue2, 255, 255);
ledsA[pos3] += CHSV(hue3, 255, 255);

ledsB[pos1] = ledsA[pos1];
ledsB[pos2] = ledsA[pos2];
ledsB[pos3] = ledsA[pos3];

pos1=map(sin8(millis()/speed1), 0, 255, 0, NUM_LEDSA);
pos2=map(sin8(millis()/speed2), 0, 255, 0, NUM_LEDSA);
pos3=map(sin8(millis()/speed3), 0, 255, 0, NUM_LEDSA);

now this works beautifully for the 2 strips showing the same pattern, but some of the patterns i would like to be synced (as above) and then a choice to mirror them.

now ive given changing the array around, but it seems to just not work;

int mirrorLeds[16] = {15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0};

void mirrorMe() {
if ( MIRROR == 1 ) { for (int i=0; i<16; i++) { ledsB[i] = mirrorLeds[i];
} else {
for (int i=0; i<16; i++) { ledsB[i] = [i]; }
} // end of void mirrorMe

the theory being that i can remap the address's on the fly.

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