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22-Feb-2018 00:11

Maybe like me, you're a pack rat and horde all sorts of shiny, semi-working technology . So, when my fancy Razr Maxx stopped charging about a year ago (hey, so I'm three generations behind the times, sue me), I simply had to set it aside and buy a new phone (S3, hurray! The Razr still worked fine, I just had to drill a hole in it and extend a battery wire out so I could attach some alligator clips to those and attach that to a USB charger.

Not an elegant solution, but it worked out okay until I replaced it!

I ended up kicking in the for the full version to get rid of the ads and the watermark on the video feed.

Totally worth it to support the work of the designer!

It's pretty straightforward and simple process, and well worth it. and if they're really lucky they just might catch me swearing and trying to fix the latest problem that's cropped up with my Rigid Bot.

I've even shared the password with some friends so if they're interested in this sort of thing they can check up on my progress . It's a pretty simple list this time, all that's actually required is an old (but still functional) Android phone, cable, charger and wifi.

My first thought was to try and repair the actual USB charging port.

For me, I had to open the case and modify some things.

It served me well for many years, but this is a definite upgrade.

This one has a soldering iron, hot air gun, and a variable power supply, all of which I ended up using for this project.

At first I looked into the Nest wifi smoke detector and drop cam, but that's a pretty pricey option.

I decided to go this route as it will allow me to keep an eye on things without straining my wallet too much, with is stretched pretty thin these days.

I'm using a Droid Razr Maxx that works just fine, except the charging port has broken loose. In addition, depending on your phone and application, you might want to get your hands on some sort of mount.